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Adam Sorgi Interview

Adam Sorgi

The bright light during Stanford's recent skid has been redshirt junior Adam Sorgi, who entered the weekend with a .396 average and 12-game hitting streak. Sorgi's surge is more remarkable considering his one-year injury absence after major shoulder surgery, plus a setback in February. The veteran middle infielder also talks about Stanford's struggles of confidence in the field and at the plate.

Can you walk us through what happened the early part of the winter in terms of what you were and weren't able to do with your shoulder, and what dictated when you were able to get back into the lineup? "Basically they said that I should be able to be back playing about a year after my surgery, which happened to be February 3 of last year.  I was really excited to be back on time and ready to... Recommended Stories

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