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It was announced this week that LSU pitcher Caleb Gilbert will miss fall practice after undergoing shoulder surgery this summer. Per NOLA.com:
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LSU coach Paul Mainieri said it isn't anything serious, and the surgery will just clean up his shoulder and make his arm feel better. Mainieri expects Gilbert to be back by January.

Tiger Rag was the first to report the news.

Gilbert was a dominant pitcher for LSU during its 2017 College World Series run. He allowed just two runs in 26.2 innings.




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Seems like half our pitchers have gotten arm injuries.
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