COLLEGE STATION, TX- Former Lufkin Panther and Texas A&M pitcher Tyler Stubblefield is expected to miss at least two months of this year's baseball season after tearing his ACL.
The story was first reported by texags.com. The injury happened in a intrasquad scrimmage Saturday.
The left-handed sophomore took the mound 17 games last season for the Aggies. He struck out 61 batters in 59 innings, ending his freshmen season with a 3.81 ERA.
For the Panthers, Stubblefield was an MVP All-District selection, leading the Panthers to the third round of the playoffs his sophomore year. He also was the quarterback for the football team, breaking passing records, and was a first team All-District honor is senior year.
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