Brett Graves Named to SEC Community Service Team

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Brett Graves

May 28, 2014

COLUMBIA, Mo. - Mizzou baseball junior pitcher Brett Graves (St. Charles, Mo.) has been named to the SEC Baseball Community Service Team, as announced by the league office on Friday (May 23).

The hype around Brett Graves and his projection to be a first round draft pick has not stopped the right handed hurler from helping out in his community. During this past season, Graves helped host a benefit for former St. Louis Cardinal Kyle McClellan's charity while the Tigers hosted Mississippi State on April 19th at Taylor Stadium. McClellan and Cardinal ace Adam Wainwright started a charity to benefit orphaned children in Haiti. Graves and McClellan were able to raise nearly one thousand dollars for the charity by running a silent auction during the game. The event was put together by Graves.

The SEC supports a Community Service Team for each of its 21 league-sponsored sports. The Community Service Team looks to highlight an athlete from each school who gives back to his community in superior service efforts.

For all the latest on Mizzou baseball, stay tuned to and follow the team on twitter @MizzouBaseball.



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