LSU Baseball ends series vs Georgia in 2-2 tie
BATON ROUGE - Due to SEC travel restrictions, the Georgia-LSU baseball game on Sunday ended in a 2-2 in the 13th inning.
A curfew was set at 3:45pm CT that no inning could start after, and after the 13th inning was completed the two teams were still tied at 2.
Georgia got on the board first with two runs in the first inning off starting pitcher Kurt McCune.
The LSU bullpen then proceeded to pitch 11 scoreless innings, after McCune was pulled after the second inning.
The Tigers then scored in the fifth and seventh inning to pull even on the scoreboard.
However, LSU could not convert on scoring chances in the ninth, tenth and thirteenth innings.
Tiger batters stranded 17 runners, including a bases-loaded-with-one-out situation to end the ball game.
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