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Waguespack picks Ole Miss over LSU

The Ole Miss Diamond Rebels went to a somewhat unlikely place to snag its eighth verbal commitment for the 2012 signing class.

On Friday, Dutchtown (Baton Rouge, La.) High right-hander Jacob Waguespack called recruiting coordinator Carl Lafferty to formally commit to the Rebels.

“I’m at the East Coast Pro Showcase right now and I wanted to (commit) before that, so I went ahead and did it Friday,” he said Sunday. (more…) (August 1, 2011, Page 8A)

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    Wahl named all-star in Cape Cod League

    Ole Miss right-handed pitcher Bobby Wahl has been selected to the Cape Cod League All-Star team and will represent the Cotuit Kettleers in the Jordan’s Furniture Cape Cod Baseball League All-Star game on Friday at Fenway Park. (more…) (July 27, 2011, Page 6A)

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      RHP Hensley to announce college choice Saturday

      Ty Hensley has been receiving interest from college and professional recruiters ever since he towered over classmates as a 6-foot-3, 200-pound freshman in Edmond, Okla.

      In the three years that have passed, attention has only grown to match the right-hander’s 6-foot-5, 220-pound frame. (more…) (July 26, 2011, Page 8)

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        More from RHP Sam Smith

        BLOG: After losing their entire weekend rotation to the MLB Draft, the Ole Miss baseball program can use all of the arms it can get. (more…) (July 20, 2011)

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          After busy summer, Smith ready to head to Oxford

          Barbe (La.) High is becoming quite the pipeline for the Ole Miss baseball team.

          In addition to rising junior center fielder Tanner Mathis and 2012 commitment Gavin Cecchini, the most recent standout from Barbe to sign with Ole Miss is Sam Smith, a 6-foot-5, 220-pound right-hander from the Lake Charles-based school. (more…) (July 20, 2011, Page 6A)

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            What a Knight: Rebs land Sumrall catcher

            When San Jacinto catcher Ryan Hornback was drafted — and eventually signed — by the Pittsburgh Pirates, that opened up a void for the Ole Miss baseball team that Austin Knight was more than happy to fill.

            Over the weekend it was made public that the standout Sumrall catcher will be joining the incoming Rebel freshmen. (more…) (July 11, 2011, Page 7)

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              Cozart’s debut not enough to lift Reds

              MILWAUKEE (AP) — Zack Cozart’s lasting memories of his major-league debut will be better when he looks back at the night’s souvenirs. Right now, the former Ole Miss Rebel’s biggest memory is the rally-killing double play he hit into. (more…) (July 8, 2011, Page 7A)

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                Gibbs’ skills make him prime recruit

                A lot has been made about the new BBCOR bats and their impact on power numbers at the college levels.

                What those bats have also done is put a premium on players who can play “small ball.”

                One player who could benefit greatly from the switch is Oxford’s Luke Gibbs.
                (more…) (July 7, 2011, Page 6)

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                  Keeping up with the Rebels plus more MLB Draft stuff

                  BLOG: It’s about that time of the year again to update the where-are-they-now Diamond Rebels blog. It’s no easy task attempting to keep up with all the Rebels that are now spread throughout the minor (and major) leagues. (more…) (July 6, 2011)

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                    Snyder fortunate despite injury

                    Ole Miss’ Matt Snyder realizes exactly how fortunate he is.

                    After being hit just below his right eye in his first game for the Haymarket Senators of the Valley League summer league, he’s fortunate to still have his eyesight — and, frankly, to be alive.

                    After having numerous reconstructive surgeries, Snyder is fortunate he can once again step into a batter’s box — he did so for the first time since June 4 on Wednesday, although, at his mother’s insistence, he’s wearing a partial shield to protect his face from future errant throws.

                    And, after all that he has gone through, he’s fortunate his dream of playing professional baseball is still alive. (July 1, 2011, Page 9A)

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