FORT MYERS — After having seven players drafted last year, Florida Gulf Coast’s baseball team is reloading.
There were more Eagles drafted than players from any other Florida college, including four in the first 11 rounds. Six of the players lost were major players on last year’s team — including three of the top four pitchers — that finished second in the Atlantic Sun Conferennce.
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