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MSU Freshman C.T. Bradford Produces

Mississippi State freshman outfielder C.T. Bradford came in with an outstanding resume that included being selected first team Louisville Slugger as well as earning the 2010 Mr. Baseball award for the state of Florida. And he backed up those honors by hitting .295 as well as being selected to the Southeastern Conference All-Freshman Team.

And Bradford feels he can accomplish even more despite having already played 57 games this season. "I plan on finishing even stronger because I feel the best I have all year," said Bradford. "My swing feels better than it has all year. We work out hard and I've played this amount of games in this short amount of time before. I played 50 or more game during summer ball (for the Florida Bombers) so... Recommended Stories

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