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LSU has announced that pitching coach Alan Dunn has been promoted to associate head coach and former Tiger pitcher Nate Fury has been named coordinator of baseball operations. Per LSUSports.net:
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“I am proud to announce a new title for the man who I consider to be the very best pitching coach in all of baseball and a guy I wouldn’t trade for anyone,” Mainieri said. “Besides being the pitching coach, Alan Dunn will now be referred to as the Associate Head Coach for the LSU Baseball program. This is a title that best describes his value to our team as my right-hand man. As pitching coach of the team, he basically coaches half of the team on a daily basis and his influence on their performance cannot be overstated.

“It will be great to have Nate back with the LSU baseball program,” Mainieri said. “He once contributed in a big way as a vital relief pitcher on a College World Series team. He then pursued his dream of playing professional baseball and now will make significant contributions to our program once again, albeit in a different way. I know Nate loves the LSU baseball program and would do anything to serve it. He will handle a multitude of tasks and will represent the program in a first-class way.”
LSU begins practice on January 27 and opens the 2017 season on Friday, February 17, against Air Force at Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field.

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Nate balls of fury!
Reply61 months
Dunn should have plenty of quality to work with again this year. He is deserving of the recognition. Congrats to him and Fury!
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