Chris Stanfield named to SEC Community Service Team

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Sophomore outfielder Christ Stanfield has been named to the 2024 Southeastern Conference Baseball Community Service Team, the league office announced Wednesday.
Stanfield has made arguably the biggest impact in the community of any Auburn baseball player in recent history, most notably due to his 'Hats Off 3' campaign launched prior to the 2024 season. Thanks to Chris' pledge, along with his partnership with Jackson Services and the pledges of many of the Auburn faithful, Chris has helped raised more than $10,000 this season to benefit the Miracle League of East Alabama. Growing up in Tallahassee, Florida, Chris has volunteered with the Miracle League since he was in eighth grade and continues to serve the organization during his time on the Plains.
Along with his efforts with the Miracle League, Chris has been active at multiple local elementary schools. His efforts include participating in World Read Aloud Day at Creekside Elementary School and a backpack donation drive at Dean Road Elementary School this spring. While back home over the holiday break, Chris also participated in a dog food donation drive at the Leon County Animal Shelter in Tallahassee.
Stanfield and the Tigers (25-25, 6-21 SEC) complete the 2024 season by hosting archrival No. 21 Alabama (32-19, 12-15 SEC) for a three-game series Thursday through Saturday at Plainsman Park.