Andrew Nelles / Tennessean.com / USA TODAY NETWORK
Vanderbilt junior shortstop Carter Young announced this week that he is transferring to LSU. Per The Daily Advertiser:
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Young, a junior, hit seven home runs and posted a .207 batting average this season. But in 2021, he had a .899 on-base plus slugging percentage and 16 home runs. Young also compiled 11 errors and played in 56 games for the Commodores this season.
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Sounds better than Cranford and that’s all that matters.
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Fielding %.?
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.207? Yikes.
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Strikes out a third of his at bats. Unproductive outs
1 month
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Whats going on at Vande?
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NIL is evening things out. It no longer benefits guys as much to go to Vandy.
2 months
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Even the players are tired of hearing that douchebag whistle
2 months
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NIL? Who the frick is giving this guy money? Come on man.
2 months
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A coach who doesn't sleep is a coach who will not rest until we have won.
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$$$$
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Pluck everyone's best player.
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Keep um coming..."Geaux Tigers"!
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CJJ doing work.
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I meant to upvote.
2 months
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@HarveyTunnel - Hit refresh then upvote to change
2 months
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