Virginia infielder Branden Cogswell has returned from the broken finger that prematurely ended his sophomore season with the Cavaliers.
Cogswell made his summer debut for the Harwich Mariners of the Cape Cod League Tuesday night, playing second base and hitting sixth in the lineup. He singled in his first at-bat with the team, and finished the game 1-for-3.
Harwich lost Tuesday's game 7-1 to the Bourne Braves.
Cogswell missed Virginia's final 15 games after breaking a finger on his right hand during an early May practice. He hit .346 in 47 games as the team's leadoff hitter before his injury, leading the team with 12 stolen bases, while finishing third on the team with 55 runs scored and fifth with 63 hits.
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