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Tanner Allen gives back to Mississippi State with portion of proceeds from merchandise

OMAHA, NE - June 20, 2021 - Mississippi State Outfielder Tanner Allen (#5) during the 2021 Mens College World Series game between the Mississippi State Bulldogs and the Texas Longhorns at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, NE. Photo By Austin Perryman
Mississippi State baseball. Photo: Austin Perryman/Mississippi State Athletics

One of the greatest players in the history of the Mississippi State baseball program has created merchandise and will be giving back to Mississippi State. Tanner Allen, who played a significant part in helping the Mississippi State Bulldogs claim their first national championship in any sport, is now selling shirts and autographed trading cards.

Oh, and a portion of the proceeds from the merchandise will go back to Mississippi State. According to Allen’s website, a portion of the proceeds will be headed toward the Mississippi State Foundation.

Read the full statement from Allen below:

“A portion of all proceeds will go to the Mississippi State Foundation. The four years in Starkville will be with me forever, and giving back to the good people at Miss St. is something I’m honored to do. – GO Dawgs!

Tanner Allen, https://www.tannerallen5.com/

According to a tweet from Darren Rovell, Allen is the “first college eligible star to produce autographed trading cards.”

Mississippi State’s Tanner Allen to sell trading cards, merchandise

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Of course, that’s not the only thing Allen is selling on his website. He’s got some great shirts for sale, such as these lovely ones:

And there’s a lot more for sale too.

In addition to the wonderful “Except Oxford” shirts, Allen also has his own national championship shirt, a couple of shirts with his face on them, and then one that commemorates his friendship with fellow Mississippi State baseball legend Rowdey Jordan.

To check out all of those shirts, click here. Interested in autographed trading cards? Click here. For more information on the MSU Foundation, click here.

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1 reply »

  1. When I saw that picture of 4 and 5 walking off ,I posted “that will be on a poster!” Great picture. Love your reporting. Thanks ! >

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