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Andrew Nelles / Tennessean.com / USA TODAY NETWORK
Former Vanderbilt infielder Carter Young recently transferred to LSU this offseason but will be signing with the Baltimore Orioles. Per The Advocate:
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Baseball America's Geoff Pontes reported that Young signed a $1.33 million contract with the Baltimore Orioles on Monday before the signing deadline of 4 p.m. Young was announced as a member of LSU's transfer portal class on Friday.

The junior switch-hitter was selected by the Orioles in the 17th round as the 497th overall pick. He batted .207 with a .327 on-base percentage and .383 slugging percentage during the 2022 season, but led the team with 16 home runs in 2021, starting 61 games at shortstop.
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HarveyTunnel22 months
Pro baseball. Almost as much fun as shopping for life insurance.
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cypresstiger22 months
Thanks for nothing. You are forgotten
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CaptainJ4722 months
Gonna miss his ability to bring a 0.207 average
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LSU FSU Grad22 months
Never a Tiger.
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tigersquad8922 months
Jay Johnson has lost control of the locker room
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JHH4LSU22 months
Those uniforms are gay.
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PureBlood22 months
Those uniforms are monkeypox
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heatwave22 months
Difficult to hate on 1.3 million...
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Mr.Perfect22 months
Shout out to all the agents who convinced their players to sign below slot so they could get their commission that made this possible
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danilo22 months
17th round guys get $1.3M?
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Big EZ Tiger22 months
Lot of $$$ for a 17th round pic k.
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3PieceSpicy22 months
Looks like a chick in the picture. I thought this was a softball post until I clicked on and read it.
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Fonzarelli22 months
We hardly knew ye
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PsychTiger22 months
Except when we swept he
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