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Foster Griffin committed to Ole Miss baseball many months ago, signed last November, and continues to be excited about his chosen school. But for now, all that matters to Griffin as far as baseball is concerned is his high school team and winning a state title.

"We're in the regional semifinals," said the 6-foot-5, 195-pound left-handed pitcher from The First Academy in Orlando, Fla., a Class 3A school. "Then its regional finals and the state final four." That's the plan anyway. One of the reasons his team is doing so well is Griffin. Projected by some to be a first-round pick in the MLB draft next month, Griffin said it's all about team first for...

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