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Florida Gators freshman tabbed by U.S.A. Baseball

GAINESVILLE -- The honors continue to role in for Preston Tucker, the University of Florida freshman first baseman who was named national Freshman Hitter of the Year by NCBWA. On Tuesday, U.S.A. Baseball announced that Tucker recently accepted an invitation to try out for the 2009 National Baseball Team.

U.S.A. Baseball will hold its trials June 15-24 at the U.S.A. Baseball National Training Complex in Cary, N.C. Thirty-six collegiate baseball players will try out for the team and 22 will make the final roster.

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Didn't he drop the double play ball that allowed S. Miss to score the go ahead run? He is the Bill Buckner of Gator baseball.

That's cold.

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No error on Tucker...take a better look.

go to gatorzone and listen to postgame conference...you might be a gumby but you're no GATOR

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