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Mississippi State currently has 38 former players or signees active in professional baseball this season. Each week Logan Lowery of the Daily Journal takes a look at their performances. Check out how the former Diamond Dogs are doing. Corey Dickerson Position: Left field/ Designated hitter

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Frazier called up by the Pirates

Adam Frazier received his first call up to the Show on Thursday night.

Adam Frazier became the 55th player in Mississippi State history to be called up to the Major Leagues. The Pittsburgh Pirates called up the 24-year old shortstop following his Triple-A game on Thursday. Frazier joins the Pirates for their series

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Colorado comes to terms with Humphreys

Reid Humphreys signed with the Colorado Rockies for $227,400. (Kelly Price/ Mississippi State)

Mississippi State left fielder/ closer Reid Humphreys came to terms with the Colorado Rockies on Tuesday and signed a $227,400 contract. The Rockies selected Humphreys in the seventh round with the 200th overall pick. The 6-foot-1, 205-pounder from Brandon signed

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Collins inks contract with Cleveland

Gavin Collins and the Cleveland Indians came to terms on Monday agreeing to a $100,000 contract. The former Mississippi State third baseman was selected in the 13th round with the 392nd overall pick but the Indians drafted Collins as a

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Tatum signs with the Royals

Vance "Moonlight" Tatum has signed with the Kansas City Royals. (Kelly Price/ Mississippi State)

Mississippi State junior pitcher Vance “Moonlight” Tatum has agreed to terms with the Kansas City Royals. The 6-foot-4, 215-pound southpaw from Southaven was drafted by the Royals in the 18th round with the 553rd pick overall. Tatum will begin his

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Bulldogs in Summer Leagues

Mississippi State's Ryan Gridley (10) makes contact with a Louisiana Tech pitch during their NCAA Regional Baseball Tournament championship game at Dudy Noble Field in Starkville, Miss., Sunday, June 5, 2016. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

Mississippi State sent 25 players to participate in eight different summer leagues around the country. Check out how the Bulldogs are doing this summer. CAPE COD LEAGUE Trysten Barlow Team: Hyannis Harbor Hawks Position: Pitcher Bats/ Throws: Left/ Left Height/

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Hudson, Mangum earn fifth All-American honors

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More All-American honors rolled in for Mississippi State pitcher Dakota Hudson and outfielder Jake Mangum over the weekend. Both were named Rawlings third team All-Americans by the American Baseball Coaches Association. It is the first time two Bulldogs have been ABCA All-Americans

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Sexton signs with St. Louis

The St. Louis Cardinals signed two-thirds of Mississippi State’s weekend pitching rotation on Saturday. The Cardinals signed first round selection Dakota Hudson as well as 18th round pick (556th overall) Austin Sexton. St. Louis also inked Bulldog signee Walker Robbins, who

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Hudson inks $2 million deal with Cardinals

The St. Louis Cardinals announced the signing of first round draft pick Dakota Hudson on Saturday. The former Mississippi State pitcher inked a $2 million deal with the Cardinals after being selected 34th overall in last week’s MLB Draft. The

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Henderson officially hired, Coggin promoted

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One of the top pitching masterminds is making his way to Starkville, as 28-year coaching veteran Gary Henderson has been named Mississippi State’s new pitching coach, MSU head coach John Cohen announced Saturday. Cohen also announced the promotion of Will

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Three Bulldogs earn South All-Region

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Three Mississippi State players were picked to the Rawlings South All-Region team by the American Baseball Coaches Association this week. Junior pitcher Dakota Hudson and freshman outfielder Jake Mangum earned a spot on the first team while sophomore designated hitter

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