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LSU third baseman Chris Reid was named SEC Baseball Co-Player of the Week by the league office on Monday. The senior from Baton Rouge shared the honor with Vanderbilt outfielder JJ Bleday. Per

Reid, a Baton Rouge, product, led LSU to a series victory last weekend over second-ranked Mississippi State in Starkville, batting .750 (6-for-8) with one double, six RBI and four runs scored. He also walked three times and was hit by a pitch, recording a .769 on-base percentage in three games.

In LSU’s 10-5 win on Friday night, Reid paced the Tigers’ 13-hit attack by going 3-for-4 at the plate with three RBI and three runs scored. In the Tigers’ 11-2, series-clinching win over Saturday, Reid provided two RBI with a double and a sacrifice fly, and he scored two runs. He was also 2-for-2 with an RBI in Thursday’s opening game of the series.
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And to think that we wete going to cut him
Reply11 months
Great story. Great kid.
Reply11 months
Working on moving up the draft ladder! Best of luck to Mr Chris "Clutch" Reid!
Reply11 months
He is having a good year. Glad things worked out that he could play his senior year.
Reply11 months
I’m really excited for Chris. Great player, I’m glad he is experiencing such great success.
Reply11 months
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