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Two former Seton Hill baseball standouts signed professional contracts with teams in the Frontier League this past week.  2014 graduate Brendan Costantino was signed by the Lake Erie Crushers while 2015 graduate Cody Herald was signed by the Washington Wild Things.  These two bring the total number of Griffin baseball players who have signed professional contracts to seven since 2007, when Rick Austin became the first SHU draft by the Phillies in the 27th round.