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LSU starting pitcher Zach Hess will officially transition to the bullpen starting this weekend vs. Ole Miss, head coach Paul Mainieri announced on Wednesday.

Hess' return to the bullpen was delayed last week when Cole Henry was unable to pitch in Game 1 vs. Alabama last weekend. Henry is still out but Mainieri says now is the right time to move Hess to the bullpen.

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Hopefully this will help!
Reply10 months
The Wild Thing returns to his natural habitat! I look forward to seeing Hess' bullpen intensity once again.
Reply10 months
Good. He was the best closer in the country 2 yrs ago.
Reply10 months
some animals are just meant to be caged
Reply10 months
Should have never left the bullpen.
Reply10 months
So easy to say after the “real” coach makes the change
10 months
Lebas and stors should have never got hurt
10 months
Hopefully he has a lead by the time he comes in
Reply10 months
shite who starts Friday, Walker? Do they move Peterson or Fontenot to a starter's role?
Reply10 months
Hilliard
10 months
Maybe with all the adversity, the team will come together in all phases.
Reply10 months
4 tweets in the post that say Zack. Post says Zach
Reply10 months
This is his natural role and there is no shame in that. There are guys in the show whose only role is to eat innings between the starter and closer! Starter, Hess then Petersen! That is a hell of a line to trot out there!
Reply10 months
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