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Series deadlocked: Rally by MSU falls short in game two

April 19, 2013

Mississippi State pitcher Kendall Graveman (49) shows the umpire his glove after making a tag against Auburn on Friday. Bulldog shortstop Adam Frazier, left, looks to see the call. (Photo by Dana Smith, For Starkville Daily News)

Mississippi State showed little offensive production in the first eight innings.
The Bulldogs came to life in the ninth inning, but it was a little too late.
The No. 18 (Collegiate Baseball) Bulldogs fell to the Auburn Tigers 3-1 in game two of a Southeastern Conference series Friday night at Dudy Noble Field.

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