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    Rod Dedeaux, Fred Lynn Named To CWS Legends Team
    The late Rod Dedeaux, who led USC to 11 national championship in baseball, was named to the College World Series Legends Team, along with former Trojan Fred Lynn
    The late Rod Dedeaux, who led USC to 11 national championship in baseball, was named to the College World Series Legends Team, along with former Trojan Fred Lynn

    May 6, 2010

    INDIANAPOLIS---As part of the commemoration of the final Series in Omaha's Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium, the NCAA and College World Series, Inc., have announced the official College World Series Legends Team.

    The late Rod Dedeaux was one of only three coaches named to the team while Fred Lynn was selected to the team based on three straight national championships for the Trojans from 1971-73.

    The 28 members of the Legends Team, pared down from an original list of 95 nominees, were selected after more than 100,000 votes were cast by college baseball fans, college baseball writers and Division I head baseball coaches. The members of the Legends Team are former student-athletes and coaches who had the best CWS performances throughout the 60 years the event has been played at Rosenblatt Stadium Voting for the team was based solely on the former student-athletes' performance when they were competing in the NCAA College World Series, and not for any regular season or post-collegiate performances.

    The 28 CWS Legends Team members will be invited to attend the final College World Series at Rosenblatt Stadium as guests of the NCAA. The members will be formally honored on-field during the CWS Opening Ceremonies on June 18, and invited to attend the first day of CWS competition on June 19. Mock baseball cards of each member featuring their collegiate photos will be posted on NCAA.com/cws.