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Despite youth and injuries, Florida baseball team rights itself as postseason approaches

LSU second baseman JaCoby Jones, left, tags out Florida’ Justin Shafer, after Jones fielded a ball near Shafer’s path to second base in the top of the sixth inning of a game Saturday in Baton Rouge, La. Jones also threw out the batter, Zack Powers ,on the same play. Despite being swept by LSU, Florida has bounced back from a slow start to the season. (AP Photo/The Advocate, Travis Spradling)
Travis Spradling

LSU second baseman JaCoby Jones, left, tags out Florida’ Justin Shafer, after Jones fielded a ball near Shafer’s path to second base in the top of the sixth inning of a game Saturday in Baton Rouge, La. Jones also threw out the batter, Zack Powers ,on the same play. Despite being swept by LSU, Florida has bounced back from a slow start to the season. (AP Photo/The Advocate, Travis Spradling)


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