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17 Facts About Austin Meadows
Austin Meadows attended Grayson High School, and led the school's baseball team to the Georgia Class 6A State semi-finals as a junior, hitting.
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Austin Meadows was named a preseason First-Team High School All American by Rawlings and Perfect Game, and he hit.
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Austin Meadows played football as a running back, wide receiver, and punter at Grayson where he was a teammate of Wayne Gallman and Robert Nkemdiche.
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Austin Meadows was considered one of the top prospects eligible for the 2013 Major League Baseball draft.
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Austin Meadows was ultimately selected in the first round, with the ninth overall selection, by the Pittsburgh Pirates.
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Austin Meadows spent the final week of the season with the Altoona Curve of the Class AA Eastern League.
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Austin Meadows suffered a broken orbital bone in his right eye during spring training in 2016.
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Austin Meadows missed nearly two months of the season due to hamstring and oblique strains.
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Austin Meadows recorded his first major league hit off of Tyson Ross, as well as his first stolen base, that same night.
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Austin Meadows ended the 2019 season with career highs offensively.
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On July 16,2020, Austin Meadows was placed on the injured list after he tested positive for COVID-19, which caused him to miss the beginning of the abbreviated 2020 season.
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