Springer!

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  1. Stinger92860

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    U-C-O-N-N!!!
     
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    CL82 23 National Championships... and counting.

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    George Springer has been making the post World Series rounds, and today he made a stop in Storrs to have a little visit with his old coach, the baseball team, and a few other people. There are a number of photos at UConn Baseball (@UConnBSB) | Twitter


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    George donated a signed World Series baseball and a signed All Star game baseball to the UConn Club Auction, see www.theuconnclub.org to bid. Bidding ends Sun., 12/10.
     
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    He made $3.9 million dollars last year, he can afford to donate a baseball.

    Next year he'll make 7 or 8 million.
     
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    The World Series ball's top bid is currently $130, well below market price. No one has bid on the signed All Star ball. see www.theuconnclub.org