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Texas A&M's Alex Magers makes SEC baseball community service team
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Texas A&M's Alex Magers makes SEC baseball community service team

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Texas A&M's Alex Magers throws during game action against Georgia at Blue Bell Park in College Station on Saturday, March 27, 2021. 

Texas A&M sophomore pitcher Alex Magers was named to the Southeastern Conference baseball community service team. Magers participated the last two seasons in the squad’s Vs. Cancer campaign to raise money to fight pediatric cancer, raising more than $4,600. He took part in the Aggie Paint-a-Thon in 2019, and he works with his hometown rotary club in D’Hanis.

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