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The USA Today Coaches Preseason Baseball Poll was released on Wednesday and LSU was ranked No. 2. This is the highest preseason ranking that LSU has received since 2010. Here are the complete rankings:

Rank - School (First place votes) - 2013 Record
1. Cal State Fullerton (18) 51-10
2. LSU (6) 57-11
3. Oregon State 52-13
4. Mississippi State (4) 51-20
5. Florida State 47-17
6. Virginia 50-12
7. Oregon 48-16
8. Vanderbilt 54-12
9. North Carolina State 50-16
10. UCLA 49-17
11. Indiana 49-16
12. North Carolina 59-12
13. Louisville 51-14
14. South Carolina 43-20
15. Rice 44-20
16. Clemson 40-22
17. Miami (Fla.) 37-25
18. Oklahoma State 41-19
19. Arizona State 37-22-1
20. Florida 29-30
21. Kansas State 45-19
22. Texas 27-24
23. TCU 29-28
24. Louisiana-Lafayette 43-20
25. Stanford
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