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Former LSU pitcher Aaron Nola has been the named the National Pitcher of the Year by the College Baseball Foundation. He will be presented the award Saturday night in Lubbock, TX during the annual "Night of Champions" event. Per Nola.com
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Nola is the sixth Fighting Tiger in school history to win a national player or pitcher of the year award, joining pitcher Ben McDonald (1989 Golden Spikes Award), pitcher Lloyd Peever (1992 Collegiate Baseball National Player of the Year); first baseman Eddy Furniss (1998 Dick Howser Trophy); catcher Brad Cresse (2000 Johnny Bench Award); and shortstop Alex Bregman (2013 Brooks Wallace Award).
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The best tiger pitcher I've ever seen and arguably THE best ever period!
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pretty no-brainer decision,dude was about as dominant as you could ever imagine a a pitcher being
to do it all in the sec with the lack of run support he had for chunks of two seasons is unbelievable
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Class act, well deserved. Can't wait to see him lighting up the big league!
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Congrats to Aaron Nola, former St Jude Cougar
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Fun 3 years watching this guy pitch
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