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College World Series 2014: Most Important Players from Vanderbilt’s Title Run

Published by on June 26, 2014

After an intense tournament in Omaha, Nebraska, the Vanderbilt Commodores have won the 2014 College World Series, becoming NCAA champions—and there were a few players who were key to their title run.

After surviving the double-elimination bracket, the Commodores were able to make it to the final series against the Virginia Cavaliers. They were able to win a close one in Game 1 by a single run at 9-8, but the Cavaliers came back with a 7-2 victory on Tuesday. The Commodores won the final game 3-2 thanks to an eighth-inning home run from John Norwood.

Now that Vanderbilt's magical run has ended with a national title—its first men's national championship in any sport—let's take a look at some of the players who helped them win it all.


Carson Fulmer

With the entire season on the line on Wednesday night, the Commodores gave Carson Fulmer the opportunity to start. Thanks to his strong outing along with an entire season of strong outing...

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