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LSU second baseman Kramer Robertson was named to the Cape Cod League All-Star Roster as a replacement for Billy Fleming of the Bourne Braves who signed a pro contract. Per

Robertson was in the hunt for a spot before the teams were selected, and although he has cooled off a bit (3-for-22 in his last five games), the Texas native is still hitting .298 with 15 runs scored for the Wareham Gatemen. He also has walked six times and been hit by a pitch six times.

Those numbers are a vast upgrade from Robertson's offensive season in his LSU debut when he batted .200 (20-for-100), although he did manage to chase home 20 runs in limited action.
Robertson will join LSU teammates Conner Hale, Chris Chinea, Mark Laird, and Andrew Stevenson who were also named to All-Star Rosters.
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Mulerider117 months
It's easier to hit with a wood bat than the garbage bats the NCAA has ruined college baseball with.
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