Crystal LoGiudice-USA TODAY Sports
Good news Tiger fans. Highly touted left-handed pitcher Mac Marshall did not sign with the Houston Astros and will play for LSU next season. Per Nola.com
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Left-handed pitcher Mac Marshall will stick to his commitment to the Tigers after fending off a wave of 11th-hour overatures from the Houston Astros as the deadline for Major League Baseball draft picks to sign neared Friday afternoon.
Last season as a high school senior, Marshall was 9-1 with 93 strikeouts and an 0.63 ERA in 66.1 innings.
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I'm excited to see Mac Marshal will be playing for LSU! It's going to be a good season!
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