Found March 18, 2013 on Saturday Night Slant:
How do you gauge if a team will be a contender in a given season? If said team can win a weekend conference series, at one of the projected better teams in said conference, that would be a pretty good bellweather. That's just what LSU did in Starkville, MS, this past weekend, taking two of three from Mississippi State to open the SEC schedule. LSU was paced by Mason Katz's stupid hot hitting and Ryan Eades strong pitching on Saturday, winning the first two games 6-4 and 7-3 before falling 10-2 to State on Sunday. Friday night, Mason Katz's boomstick saved the day. After a rocky beginning from Aaron Nola (5.2IP, 9H, 4R, 4ER), Katz came through in the 10th inning with a two-run homer, his second of the day. Nola might see himself switched with Eades after another rocky performance on Friday night. Mainieri told Eades that he could pitch his way into the Friday slot and the past two weeks he's arguably been the better of the two. While Nola hasn't been...

Balis Has Bulldogs Ready For Spring Ball

Sadly there is no sign in Mississippi State’s magnificent new weightroom proclaiming it ‘Balis Mall’. If the coach himself has his way there won’t be. Because the largest single portion of the Seal Football Complex is just fine as is. “It’s a beautiful place,” Matt Balis said. “It was three years in the making, we spent three years designing it, going back and forth...

LSU-MSU Baseball Series Photo Gallery

LSU-Mississippi State March 15-17, 2013 baseball series photo gallery.

Three Up, Three Down

LSU maintained its big start to the 2013 season with a series victory against Mississippi State. Mason Katz has found his power stroke at the plate, but LSU's loss on Sunday proved there's still plenty the Tigers can improve on.
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