Texas A&M star leaves CWS game with injury

Eeditor’s note: This story has been updated from its original version to include Texas A&M manager Jim Schlossnagle’s postgame update on Jace LaViolette’s hamstring injury.

Texas A&M baseball is already without star outfielder Braden Montgomery, and the Aggies could be at risk of losing another star.

In the top of the sixth inning of Monday’s College World Series game against Kentucky, Aggies star outfielder Jace LaViolette moved from first to third on a double down the right field line by Jackson Appel. The right fielder held the back of his hamstring while standing at third. After being treated by a Texas A&M athletic trainer, LaViolette remained in the game.

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