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Former LSU Baseball player Greg Deichmann is getting called up by the Chicago Cubs for tomorrow's game vs. the Chicago White Sox at Wrigley Field, according to a TigerDroppings source.

Deichmann, a native of Metairie, LA played at LSU from 2015-2017 and was selected by the Oakland Athletics in the second round, 43rd overall, of the 2017 MLB Draft.

The Cubs acquired the former LSU outfielder two weeks ago when they traded pitcher Andrew Chafin to the Athletics for Deichmann and Daniel Palencia.

Deichmann was scratched from Thursday night's Iowa Cubs lineup.

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Gequx greg!
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Single to right his second AB. First major league hit. Congrats.
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Great news! Hope he hangs for the rest if the season! That moon shot he hit over the Intimidater was awesome!
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Deichmannnnnn!! Most impressive thing he ever did IMO was throw out a Kentucky player at first from RF on what looked to be a typical base hit blooper. The entire Box was shocked and went crazy. So happy for him
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Oops. Was at Kentucky. The bar went crazy.
16 months
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Man I miss that neon bat
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That yellow highlighter bat was hot! Hardest hit ball I've ever seen at the new box.
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Long live the green highlighter boom stick
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Cubs traded half their team so guess they had to call someone up
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Hope to see a Glow stick- wooden version
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Let’s GEAUX! Geaux Cubs
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“according to a TigerDroppings source” Larry Leo is working the phones.
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Good for him and congrats to you Greg!
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