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Crystal LoGiudice-USA TODAY Sports
LSU announced Friday that they will retire former first baseman Eddy Furniss' jersey at Alex Box Stadium on April 22nd when the Tigers play Mississippi State.

Furniss helped lead LSU to NCAA championships in 1996 and 1997. Per LSUSports.net:
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Furniss, enjoyed one of the best four-season stretches (1995-98) in college baseball history. Though it has been 18 years since his final collegiate game, Furniss is still the Southeastern Conference all-time leader in hits (352), home runs (80), RBI (308), doubles (87) and total bases (689). In the NCAA record book, he finished his career No. 3 all-time in total bases, No. 4 in home runs and doubles, and No. 5 in RBI.
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Dale399 months
Turn up the Furniss!!
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BatonrougeCajun99 months
Awesome. My favorite player growing up
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DrSteveBrule99 months
Yeah all those records Furniss has aren't getting broken, no one will come close
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TigerOnTheMountain99 months
Wow. This is awesome news. Don't think this will make us forget, Joe.
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Congrats Eddy
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Purple Spoon99 months
Furniss was a beast not to mention that Furniss's rip in the 9th vs Miami was the reason The WM Homer was a walkoff. On my top 5 baseball tigers.
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