Gilbert rocked by Texas A&M; Aggies even series with 9-2 win over LSU
Caleb Gilbert wouldn't make it out of the first inning before the damage was done on Friday night in College Station, A&M poured it on LSU evening up the series with a 9-2 victory. Texas A&M tagged the junior right-hander for five runs on six hits in just 2/3 of an inning.
Gilbert now (3-3) on the season lasted just 32 pitches. Six of the eight batters he faced in the opening inning reached base on five singles and a double.
The last two outings against Texas A&M have been ugly for Gilbert, he's allowed nine hits and nine runs in 1 2/3 innings.
Mc'Khail Hilliard (6-1), will look to rebound his LSU Tigers in Saturday's rubber match. Hilliard leads the SEC in wins and is fifth in the nation with a 0.76 earned run average.
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