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Topic - Andrew Rash
Andrew Rash thought he'd be playing professional baseball this summer. Instead, the Virginia Tech senior finds himself in limbo, unsure if he'll return to the Hokies for one more season or just move on with his life after baseball.
"I know he'll do what he can for me," Rash said. "He always has."
"I don't really know right now what I'm going to do," Rash said from his family's South Carolina home this week. "I'd love to come back and play. At the same time, I have to see what's best for me and what's best for the baseball program."