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    SEC In The MLB Playoffs

    Birmingham, Ala. -- With the Major League Baseball Playoffs beginning on Friday, below is a list of 32 former Southeastern Conference players who will compete in the postseason.

    *Special credit Auburn SID Dan Froehlich.

    SEC Players By School
    Auburn – 4 – Justin Christian (SF), Josh Donaldson (OAK), Tim Hudson (ATL), David Ross (ATL)*
    Alabama – 3 – Alex Avila (DET), Tommy Hunter (BAL), David Robertson (NYY)
    Arkansas – 3 –Eric Hinske (ATL), Craig Gentry (TEX), Drew Smyly (DET)
    Florida – 3 – Darren O’Day (BAL), Ryan Raburn (DET), David Ross (ATL)*
    South Carolina – 3 – Steve Pearce (BAL), Brian Roberts (BAL), Steven Tolleson (BAL)
    Ole Miss – 3 – Zack Cozart (CIN), Lance Lynn (STL), Seth Smith (OAK)
    Mississippi State – 3 – Paul Maholm (ATL), Tyler Moore (WAS), Mitch Moreland (TEX)
    Georgia – 2 – Mitchell Boggs (STL), Justin Grimm (TEX)
    Missouri – 2 –Ian Kinsler (TEX), Max Scherzer (DET)
    Texas A&M – 2 – Brandon Hicks (OAK), Cliff Pennington (OAK)
    Vanderbilt – 2 – Ryan Flaherty (BAL), Mike Minor (ATL)
    Kentucky – 1 – Collin Cowgill (OAK)
    LSU – 1 – Ryan Teriot (SF)

    SEC Alums by MLB Playoff Teams
    Baltimore – 6 – Ryan Flaherty (VU), Tommy Hunter (UA), Darren O’Day (UF), Steve Pearce (SC), Brian Roberts (SC), Steven Tolleson (SC)
    Atlanta – 5 – Eric Hinske (ARK), Tim Hudson (AU), Paul Maholm (MSU), Mike Minor (VU), David Ross (AU & UF)
    Oakland – 5 – Collin Cowgill (UK), Josh Donaldson (AU), Brandon Hicks (TAMU), Cliff Pennington (TAMU), Seth Smith (OM)
    Detroit – 4 – Alex Avila (UA), Ryan Raburn (UF), Max Scherzer (MU), Drew Smyly (ARK)
    Texas – 4 – Craig Gentry (ARK), Justin Grimm (UGA), Ian Kinsler (MU), Mitch Moreland (MSU)
    St. Louis – 2 – Mitchell Boggs (UGA), Lance Lynn (OM)
    San Francisco – 2 – Justin Christian (AU), Ryan Teriot (SF)
    Cincinnati – 1 – Zack Cozart (OM)
    New York – 1 – David Robertson (UA)
    Washington -1 – Tyler Moore (MSU)