LSU Baseball Wins a Wild One Against Missouri
The eighth ranked LSU baseball team won a wild game last night beating Missouri 12 to 11 in 10 innings.
Tigers starting pitcher Zach Hess had to leave in the first inning with a groin injury.
Missouri scored six runs in that inning to take a six-three lead. LSU rallied for five runs in the third inning, three more in the fourth inning. But despite an 11-6 lead, Missouri tied the game.
An Antoine Duplantis ground ball, scored Josh Smith from third base for the winning run. Brandt Broussard and Cade Beloso each drove in three runs. Todd Peterson was the winning pitcher, striking out five in three innings and Devin Fontenot earned the save, his third of the year.
LSU will aim to earn the series victory over Missouri today, and hope to keep the sweep in-tact at the same time.
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