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Three strikes: What we learned from LSU baseball's opening weekend

Por: The Advocate Sports February 23, 2021

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LSU baseball finished its opening weekend 2-1 after beating Louisiana Tech 16-7 on Monday night.The No. 7 Tigers opened their season with a . They then lost 6-5 to Air Force as .Here's what we learned from the games:... + full article



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