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Frazier leads Bulldogs: MSU junior shortstop has four hits in victory

May 24, 2013

Mississippi State's Nick Ammirati (17) is congratulated along with teammate Brett Pirtle (13) after Ammirati hit a sacrifice fly to score Pirtle in the fourth inning of Thursday's Southeastern Conference Tournament game against Texas A&M. (Photo by Dave Martin, AP)

HOOVER, Ala. – Adam Frazier is making a case for another Southeastern Conference Tournament Most Valuable Player.
The Mississippi State junior led the No. 18 (Collegiate Baseball) Bulldogs with four hits as they knocked off Texas A&M 6-4 Thursday night in the tournament. 
The Bulldogs (43-16) won't be back in action until Saturday. They will await the winner of the Texas A&M (32-26) and Vanderbilt game that will be played today. MSU is one game away from a berth in the SEC Championship on Sunday. 

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