Players on world champion little league team have ties to Robins Published Aug. 30, 2007 Robins Air Force Base, Ga. -- Five of the players on the Warner Robins American Little League team, which defeated Japan 3-2 to win the Little League World Series, have a parent who works at Robins. Michael Conlon's son Zane (#5) plays second, short and pitches. Mr. Conlon is a sheet metal mechanic in 402nd Aircraft Maintenance Group. Clint Jackson's son Hunter (#3) plays third and outfield. Mr. Jackson is an equipment cleaner in 402nd Commodities Maintenance Group. David Martens's son Nick (#6) plays outfield and second base. Mr. Martens is a facility manager in 402 Software Maintenance Group. Michael Wells's son Micah (#10) plays first base and outfield. Mr. Wells is an electronics technician in 402nd Electronics Maintenance Group. Trish Wynn's son Clint (#12) plays pitcher and outfield. Mrs. Wynn is a management analyst in WR-ALC contracting office. See the article in next week's Rev-Up to see how these parents feel about the success of their children.