Steven Branscombe-USA TODAY Sports
LSU head coach Paul Mainieri announced this week that starting pitcher Zach Hess is headed back to the bullpen where he started his career at LSU.

Hess was able to speak to the media following Mainieri's announcement and talked about the move and why he thinks it's best for him to be back in the bullpen.

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He’s always been at his best closing. Never should have been moved to the starting rotation
Reply10 months
Lol. Two times now. Zack
Reply10 months
He got spared the wrath of the piggies
Reply10 months
I can't imagine commenting on an Arkansas sports website with news designed specifically for Arkansas. That's some obsessive shite right there.
10 months
Last year Hess threw 8 innings only allowing 1 run. Completely shut the overrated hogs down.
10 months
He skeered
10 months
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