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Per BATON ROUGE—The No. 19 LSU baseball team trailed Tennessee 7-3 entering the top of the ninth inning, but the Tigers rallied to score six runs, highlighted by a three-run walk off moonshot by designated hitter Daniel Cabrera, to secure the series sweep, 9-7, Sunday evening in Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field.

The win marked head coach Paul Mainieri’s 1,400th career win. He is one of only four active Division I baseball coaches who have reached the career milestone and is the 13th coach in the all-time history of Division I baseball to have accumulated 1,400 wins.

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What’s with the sparse crowd?
Reply11 months
Too often people leave when they assume the game is over. I always watch until the end because of games like this.
11 months
Time to rally.. #Rallyfillintheblank
Reply11 months
I believe it is Rally Bees after the bee swarm the other day in practice.
11 months
Frickn sweet stroke!! Boy everyone knew it! Nice win Tigers!
Reply11 months
Moments like that are why I love this sport.
Reply11 months
A great win for a great coach
Reply11 months
Gotta love the subtle middle finger behind the helmet rounding third.
Reply11 months
I wasn't able to watch the game. Is there a story there?
11 months
That was well hit.
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