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LSU’s Bregman Finds Inspiration

The old saying is everything happens for a reason. Junior shortstop Alex Bregman certainly believes so. The Albuquerque, N.M., native was given a chance that most high school players would not pass up. After a dynamic high school career, the 17 year-old was drafted in the 29th round by the Boston Red Sox.

“I had the opportunity to enter the draft, but I decided to attend school at LSU,” Bregman said. “I broke my finger my senior year of high school and only got to play four games. I didn’t really get an opportunity to be seen by the professional league guys, but that was the best thing that happened to me in my life.”

While being recruited by colleges from all over the country, Bregman was persuaded by his hitting coach, former LSU first baseman Jason Columbus, to take an unofficial visit to Baton Rouge. Continue reading LSU’s Bregman Finds Inspiration

Mississippi State hides Vulgar Message to Ole Miss in Warmups

The Mississippi State Baseball Team recently received new warmup shirts that say “Viva Stark Vegas” which is what MSU students refer to Starkville as. Nothing is really wrong with the shirt as you can see below.

But wait, there is a hidden message in there which is a dig to Ole Miss including a vulgar word that is missing two letters.

— Bunkie Perkins (@BunkiePerkins) April 16, 2015

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Two Florida Pitchers Arrested and Charged with a Felony

FloridaLogo_thumb.jpgSophomore Florida Gators pitchers Sophomores A.J. Puk and Kirby Snead were arrested and charged with a third degree felony on Sunday evening. The players went into a construction area and climbed up a crane without legal authority. They were arrested at 11:43 p.m. Sunday while being booked at 1:08 a.m. in Alachua County Jail and currently remain there waiting to appear before a judge Monday morning to receive their bond amount. Continue reading Two Florida Pitchers Arrested and Charged with a Felony