LSU bats come alive, downs South Alabama 9-0
BATON ROUGE - The bats came alive in the sixth inning for the Tigers with seven runs on six hits to expand their lead and eventually win by the score of 9-0 over South Alabama Wednesday night.
Cody Glenn started the game and pitched two scoreless innings but didn't receive the win.
Henri Faucheux pitched for 1 1/3 innings with a strikeout to claim the win for the Tigers.
South Alabama shot themselves in the foot, commiting four errors on the night, however the Tigers only scored one unearned run against the Jaguars.
For more on the win, tune in to WBRZ Sports 2 at 10pm.
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