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SMITH COLUMN: Renfroe off and running for Emeralds

July 13, 2013

Smith

The projection for former Mississippi State baseball player Hunter Renfroe to make the major leagues will be by 2015.
If he continues on the pace that he's shown to begin his professional career, don't expect it to be that long.
Renfroe has gotten off to a good start for the Eugene Emeralds in the San Diego Padres' organization. In his first two games, he has gotten four hits in seven at-bats.
"Hunter can beat you in so many different ways," MSU baseball coach John Cohen said in a statement released by the school. "The Padres are getting such a dynamic five-tool player."

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