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Bulldogs split first two in set

April 26, 2014

Mississippi State second baseman Brett Pirtle (13) leaps to make a throw to first base against Texas A&M on Friday night. (Photo by Lee Adams)

The Mississippi State Bulldogs started off the day on a positive note, but when it ended, the Bulldogs were on the opposite end of the spectrum.
The No. 20 Bulldogs came back from Thursday night's suspended game to beat Texas A&M 5-1 Friday afternoon, but lost the nightcap 6-3 to the Aggies.
MSU is now 28-16 overall, with an 11-9 mark in Southeastern Conference play. The Aggies moved their record to 26-18 overall with a 9-11 mark in league play.
John Cohen's club out hit the Aggies 11-9 in game two, but it wasn't enough.

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