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2014 June 23 - 12:00 am

Southern Union State Student Named Alabama’s Top Community College Athlete

“I slapped since seventh grade,” Shields said, referring to the technique of “slapping” at the ball like a bunt from the lefthanded batter’s box. “I had slapped until my senior year (of high school). I started to kind of hit from the left side, but I was never a power hitter.

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