Former Coastal Carolina pitcher Andrew Beckwith celebrates a win over Florida during the 2016 College World Series. Beckwith was drafted by the Kansas City Royals on Wednesday.
Former Coastal Carolina pitcher Andrew Beckwith celebrates a win over Florida during the 2016 College World Series. Beckwith was drafted by the Kansas City Royals on Wednesday. Mike Theiler AP
Former Coastal Carolina pitcher Andrew Beckwith celebrates a win over Florida during the 2016 College World Series. Beckwith was drafted by the Kansas City Royals on Wednesday. Mike Theiler AP

Four more Coastal Carolina players, two commitments go in MLB draft

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