Tigers and Cajuns scoreless through three innings
The LSU Tiger baseball team is scoreless through three and a half innings of play in their Baton Rouge Regional Championship game against the University of Louisiana Lafayette.
Starting pitching for both teams have combined to allow only four hits.
The Tigers best scoring chance just came in the top of the fourth inning when former Parkview Baptist Eagle Alex Edwards hit a ball to deep left field. The ball was just short of a home run and Edwards strolled in to second with a stand-up double with two outs. One batter later Andrew Stevenson was hit in the helmet with a pitch. However with two on and two out Mark Laird struck out swining to end the threat.
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