Dugout fly puts LSU up 5-1 in 7th
HOOVER, Ala. - A fly ball into LSU's dugout turned into another run for the Tigers, as they go up 5-1 over Arkansas in the middle of the seventh inning.
With runners on second and third and one out, Jake Fraley hit a fly into foul territory which was caught by Arkansas's third baseman. Mark Laird, the runner on third, took adavntage of Arkansas's catcher being out of position and tagged up, making it home safe for the score.
Tigers pitcher Aaron Nola has kept the Razorbacks mostly from getting to base since a first-inning error gave the Razorbacks their only run, retiring more than 10 batters in a row at one point.
LSU went 2-for-3 against Arkansas in the regular season and are currently riding a five-game winning streak, including an 11-1 win against Vanderbilt in the first round of the SEC tournament.
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