On Monday night, a 95-mph hit from Rice right fielder Charlie Warren struck LSU pitcher Austin Bain in the face which left a very visible red mark above his nose in-between his eyes. Bain left the field after the hit but was able to stay in the dugout for the remainder of the game.

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Follow the 10-6 loss to Rice, LSU head coach Paul Mainieri said that Bain is OK. Per NOLA.com:

"I think he's OK; it was scary," LSU coach Paul Mainieri. "He got hit right between the eyes. He seemed total in control of himself after the game. He was even in the team huddle. It seems as though we dodged a bullet there."

Bain received attention on the mound and left the game after a ball hit by Rice outfielder Charlie Warren struck him and caromed away for a base hit. Bain pitch 2/3 of an inning with a strikeout and allowed only the one hit.
The sophomore right-hander from Geismar, La also sent out a tweet after the game saying that he was ok and will be ready for Tuesday night.

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