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Side glad to have stayed in Athens

ATHENS – Joey Side could have left Georgia's baseball team last year, while the gettin' was good.

The Bulldogs were coming off a frustrating 30-25 season, and Side could have made himself eligible for the Major League draft because he was 21 years old. Georgia coach David Perno wasn't going to try to stop him. Perno learned that lesson after the 2003 season, another dismal effort that finished with several key contributors having decisions to make about going pro or staying with the Bulldogs... Recommended Stories

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