Crystal LoGiudice-USA TODAY Sports
LSU freshman pitcher Blair Frederick announced Friday afternoon that he is transferring out of the program. Per NOLA.com:
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Frederick was limited in his action this season throwing just 2.2 innings in five appearances. He walked five batters, struck out three and gave up three hits and three runs. He also started the season by accidentally hitting Greg Deichmann in the face during practice.
Frederick, a left-hander from Brother Martin in New Orleans, announced the news on Twitter:





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8 Comments
Hate that things didn't work out for him...sounds like he really wants to be a tiger.
Reply10 months
Poor sentence structure
Reply10 months
I didn't see any grammar mistakes. Point them out if you will.
10 months
There is in fact one missing comma separating 2 independent clauses with a coordinate conjunction. Other than that, his sentence structure, while not the best, is grammatically correct. That's the fun part about English grammer; at a certain point, it becomes what's proper as opposed to what's correct.
9 months
Good luck young man.
Reply10 months
Best of luck, Tiger!
Reply10 months
Who?
Reply10 months
The guy who broke Gregs face
10 months
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