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Woodruff opts not to play summer baseball for MSU

June 9, 2014

Pitcher Brandon Woodruff will not represent Mississippi State in summer baseball. (Photo by Lee Adams)

Brandon Woodruff has been dropping hints left and right about his future as a baseball player.
The Mississippi State junior right hander tweeted out, "Thankful for the opportunity to chase my dreams as I transition from a Bulldog to a @Brewers! Grateful for all the support during this time!"
Woodruff was drafted in the 11th round, 326th overall, by the Milwaukee Brewers last Saturday as a part of the First-Year Player Draft.
A team spokesperson said Woodruff will not play summer ball in Cape Cod. He was scheduled to be on the Hyannis Harbor Hawks, but he will more than likely begin his professional baseball career this summer. 
No release has been sent out by the Brewers on Woodruff signing, but it seems to just be a matter of time. 

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