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Bruce Thorson-USA TODAY Sports
LSU coach Paul Mainieri previewed the 2019 season at his annual Media Day press conference Friday and revealed what he thinks the starting weekend rotation will look like:

Friday: Zach Hess (Junior RHP)
Saturday: Landon Marceaux (Freshman RHP)
Sunday: Eric Walker (Sophmore RHP)

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And Hess is a Nazi
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Pulmonary
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That’s a lot of injuries.
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Storz will never be healthy
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That's nice of you to say.
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People will be surprised with jaden Hill
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Great, we can discussed the return of many different injured pitchers on The Rant all season - none of which will successfully return
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Wow! Nice grammar and optimism.
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Either drunk or uneducated. I can’t decide.
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I am rooting for Hilliard. I want to see that nasty breaking ball all season long.
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Goddamn this team is loaded
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If everyone would get healthy, we could have one the best pitching rotations in the nation. Between Hilliard, walker, Hess, Labat and storz, he’d have a difficult time starting a weekend rotation.
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Paul Mainieri says Ma'Khail Hilliard, AJ Labas and Easton McMurray have felt recurring arm soreness. Hilliard is being shut down for a week and then will be reevaluated #LSU Goddamnit
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Marceaux is going to be a stud!!!
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I hope he talks more than Marcel did.
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Looks like Mainieri is playing for Omaha.
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