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Freshman impresses coaches

...could probably play a number of positions. For a true freshman, I'd say he's a little bit ahead of schedule." BYRD WATCHING: Freshman C.J. Byrd, from North Augusta, is battling redshirt sophomore Drew Williams for the backup safety position...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/08/26/uga_4833.shtml
UGA
Games begin tonight

...everybody is in town, they go check what the other schools have got. The big kids help out overall area exposure." Byrd-watching paid off. "There are probably six to 10 top players throughout the Augusta area right now that have a chance to...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/08/20/met_425891.shtml
Metro
Ortiz's effort could turn into All-Star bid

...pitches to throw has really helped me develop into a better pitcher. I've been able to get a better grasp of it." BYRD WATCHING: Paul Byrd was on a Sunday morning flight to Atlanta and will drive to Birmingham, Ala., today to be examined by...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/06/30/bra_379855.shtml
Braves
Lopez hits the ones he sees

...might split the game among the relievers. Rookies Trey Hodges or Jung Bong are likely candidates to replace Hampton. BYRD WATCHING: For the first time since undergoing elbow surgery to remove bone chips in April, Paul Byrd threw at his normal velocity...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/06/09/bra_377911.shtml
Braves
Glascock pitcher back in top form

...or five girls in the eighth grade who are going to be as good or even better. We've got a strong nucleus here." BYRD WATCHING: North Auguta's C.J. Byrd has drawn the interest of the Louisiana State Tigers. Coach Nick Saban personally...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/03/21/bas_409445.shtml
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