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Caden Sorrell has become an invaluable member of Texas A&M’s outfield

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After intermittently starting to begin the 2024 season, Texas A&M freshman outfielder Caden Sorrell has quickly proven that he’s not only worthy of being an everyday starter, he’s also become an invaluable member of the No. 4 Aggies lineup.

“It’s been an amazing feeling. I started off not playing too much but kind of just making the most of every opportunity that I’ve been given. Staying true to my routine has been the biggest part for me,” Sorrell recalled postgame Friday night. “It can be a little unmotivating, depending on how you look at it. For me, it was just being the best teammate that I could be, even though I’m not playing, just being there for my guys.”

During a 12-8 win against Auburn at Blue Bell Park, Sorrell was 1-for-5 with 3 runs batted in, 1 home run and 1 run scored.

“The first two prior ABs weren’t too hot so I went up there and tried to do too much. Was just kind of moving guys over and doing the best that I could. It just so happened to carry out of the ballpark,” Sorrell said. “Our routine is to always stick to heaters, so that’s what we did, and we battled with two strikes.

“Every single guy that we’ve got in the lineup is incredible. That’s why it’s so hard to get that starting spot because we have so many guys that can hit. It’s amazing feeling that if you can’t do your job, you have someone behind you that can.”

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