Bratton named director of baseball operations

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Tyler Bratton, who spent this past year as a student assistant coach for Ron Polk, has been named Mississippi State’s director of baseball operations, John Cohen confirmed.

Bratton, who turns 25 on Aug. 3, is from West Point and attended Oak Hill Academy.

He joins Lane Burroughs and Butch Thompson, who were hired as hitting and pitching coaches, respectively.

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8 Responses to “Bratton named director of baseball operations”

  1. bigdraws Says:

    Welcome Tyler.

  2. warbirdz44 Says:

    Shifting gears to hoops, did anyone else notice Ravern Johnson’s Facebook status today? If not, this is it: “Ravern Johnson is one more year im done forget school gotta get this league or ovaseas money.”

    I hope he’s not being serious because he would be a moron to leave after this season.

  3. Jimmy Barbee Says:

    A lot of morons floating around, some bypass MSU and go to Tulane.

  4. warbirdz44 Says:

    JB, you’d be lucky to get into a school half as good as Tulane.

  5. Jimmy Barbee Says:

    Yes sir, I had a time getting out of Potlockney school. Lucky for me, those two teachers at Potlockney want to see me out of their sights , so they sent me to Tula.

  6. chrisfromcorinth Says:

    What’s up guys. I”m here to report that my firs time out in competition was pretty damn good. With five categories to enter, wet placed in the three we got in. First in beef, second in pork, and third in chicken. Somehow we didn’t win overall. Lost to the fish entry. Don’t know how I lost to a one hit wonder but so be it. We did good for our first time out.

  7. nashdawg Says:

    What exactly is the job description for director of baseball operations?

  8. Gregg Ellis Says:

    nash, it’s organizing travel and pratice times, camp and alumni affairs. And not to mention keeping up wit scholarship and compliance detaisl.

    How is your dad?

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