Tiger baseball falls in game two to Vanderbilt, loses series
The LSU Tiger baseball team suffered a second straight lopsided demoralizing loss the number one ranked Vanderbilt Commodores on Saturday night Alex Box Stadium.
The 11-2 loss falls on heels of a 13-1 loss in game one of the series and assures LSU of a third straight SEC Series loss, moving to 1-7 in conference play.
LSU collected four hits for the second game in a row, and the Tigers were able to break up Dores ace Jack Leier's no-hit streak at 20.1 innings of work. LSU thirdbaseman Cade Doughty even smacked a home run off the talented pitcher.
The Tiers move to 17-10 overall and will play the final game of the series Saturday at 2 p.m.
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