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LSU junior infielder Alex Bregman was named to D1Baseball's Midseason All-American Team and received "Midseason Top Player" honors from the website on Friday.

Bregman doesn’t lead the nation in any major offensive categories, and his .341 batting average may pale in comparison to Scott Kingery’s .477. But he has robust offensive numbers nonetheless, hitting .341/.422/.630 with seven homers, 13 doubles and 32 RBIs. His secondary numbers might be even more impressive. Bregman ranks as the nation’s fifth hardest player to strike out, with just six strikeouts and 19 walks in 34 games. He’s not known for blazing speed, but he is an extremely intelligent baserunner who has been more aggressive on the basepaths this year, ranking fifth in the nation with 21 steals in 25 tries. He also ranks 11th with 87 total bases.
Bregman is listed as the No. 3 college prospect on D1Baseballs's Top 150 prospect list.
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what about his fielding!?!? Best shortstop in the nation, is that a given?
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Wait, I thought last year tRant said Bregman sucked tho... interesting.
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