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LSU senior pitcher Devin Fontenot announced Monday night that he will return for one more season with the Tigers.

The Woodlands, Texas native was not drafted during the MLB's first 10 rounds and will use the NCAA's eligibility extension due to Covid-19. Per The Advocate:
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Last season, Fontenot became LSU's primary closer and a preseason All-American. His role evolved into multiple-inning stints as LSU searched for solutions in a shaky bullpen, and though he struggled with command at times, issuing 21 walks over 34? innings, Fontenot had a 4-2 record and 2.86 ERA.

Over the final month of the regular season and the postseason — a stretch of 12? innings — Fontenot allowed two hits and one run.
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We have to be the favorites in the SEC in 2022.
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LSU, Fontenot the place is buzzin' fans come to see the Tigeaux's by the thousands
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I think we are gonna be pretty dang good next season if Coach can better harness this talent.
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Tiger baseball news gets better and better
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One more year at this level will be great for him and his stock in the next draft. New pitching coach, new head coach with different perspectives and teaching will make him better. He wins and Tigers Win.
Reply15 months
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Sweet
Reply15 months
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Love that guy. Intense.
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Awesome news for the pitching staff
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