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Bench Mobb co-founder Lindgren playing vital role for State pitching

May 22, 2014

Mississippi State pitcher Jacob Lindgren (21) celebrates a victory with his teammates last season. (Photo by Eric Francis, AP)

HOOVER, Ala. – Jacob Lindgren was one of the founding fathers of Mississippi State's Bench Mobb.
Lindgren, Ross Mitchell and Evan Mitchell decided the dugout needed to be looser during last year's run to the College World Series, so they formed the crazy and wild Bench Mobb.
The goofy antics were documented last year and have carried over with both Ross Mitchell and Lindgren to this season.
But when Lindgren steps on the mound, his goofy antics go out the window.

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