LSU baseball stumbles late to Tulane, loses 9-6
New Orleans - The LSU Tiger baseball team looked like they were going to rally to the win over Tulane on Tuesday night when New Orleans native Greg Deichmann launched a three run homer to lift his team to a 6-4 lead in the 6th inning.
That lead was short lived though, as Tulane plated 5 runs in the 7th, two courtesy of bases loaded hit-by-pitches to take a 9-6 lead and their second win of the season over LSU.
The Tigers dropped to 27-15 on the season and will now travel to Alabama for a three game SEC series starting Thursday.
Tiger pitchers were uncommonly generous walking seven batters and hitting four more allowing nine hits on the night.
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