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Former LSU ace Aaron Nola looked sharp in his Double-A debut with the Reading Phillies on Wednesday night. Per Nola.com:
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Undaunted by a promotion to Double-A, the former LSU star was sharp again Wednesday night and earned his first victory at the next level as the Reading Phillies downed the Harrisburg Senators 9-2.

With 7,202 on hand in Reading, Nola notched 5 innings and allowed 6 hits and a run with 4 strikeouts. He threw 72 pitches, 47 for strikes and worked around trouble.
Nola also collected his first pro hit by laying down a bunt that turned into a single in the 3rd inning.



Photo Credit: Susan Keen | Reading Eagle
Filed Under: LSU Football

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2 Comments
Great kid, great family. Geaux Tigers!!!
Reply24 months
No surprise to see him doing well. That kids goin places I tell ya
Reply24 months
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