Florida has one of the most decorated baseball programs in the nation.
While the rest of baseball slept through Wednesday’s trade deadline, Astros GM Jeff Luhnow was busy locking up his team’s second championship in three years.
A month has passed since the last review of Gators around the majors, but there is still a strong UF presence in Major League Baseball. Now that the league has reached the All-Star break, let’s look at how some former Gators are doing at the halfway point.
The college baseball season came to a close last Wednesday when the Vanderbilt Commodores defeated the Michigan Wolverines to win the program’s second national championship.
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