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MSU's double play breaks school mark

June 3, 2013

Shortstop Adam Frazier (12) of MSU throw the baseball toward first base during Sunday's game against Central Arkansas. (Photo by Kim Murrell, SDN)

The Mississippi State Bulldogs broke a single-season school record against Central Arkansas in the bottom of the fifth with its 72nd double play of the year.
The play began with a Myles Gentry come back whirl around to shortstop Adam Frazier at second, who promptly tossed it to first baseman Wes Rea to end the inning.
 

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