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Ole Miss Baseball Player Enters Transfer Portal

By Adam Brown
Sports Editor

After baseball season was cut short after 17 games due to COVID-19, Ole Miss baseball player Connor Walsh decided to enter his name in the transfer portal. The news about the Niceville, Fla. native who redshirted as a freshman came earlier this week.

Walsh’s decision to enter the transfer portal was confirmed to HottyToddy.com by baseball’s sports information director Alex Sims. 

Connor Walsh taking the infield. Photo courtesy of Joshua McCoy.

Walsh stepped onto campus as a top 50 prospect, a No. 9 shortstop in the nation by Perfect Game and No. 2 shortstop out of the Sunshine State. He finished his high school career hitting over .430 (junior and senior campaigns) with nine home runs, 13 triples, 12 doubles and 67 RBI’s.

Adam Brown
Adam Brown
Sports Editor

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