Ole Miss scores 11 runs in the 6th inning to crush the Tigers 14-3
Posted on 4/26/2018 10:11:00 PM.
There are serious problems with LSU's bullpen. Four LSU relievers gave up 11 runs in the 6th and the Tigers lost to Ole Miss 14-3.
 
The eleven runs in an inning are the most the Bayou Bengals have allowed since giving up 10 in an inning to Tulane in 1999. 

LSU's losing streak in the SEC has reached four games and in those contests they were outscored 44-13.  
 
The carnage started when John Kodros couldn't retire any of the three batters he faced. They all scored. Matthew Beck allowed five runs and recorded just one out. Taylor Peterson gave up three more runs and walked four. Clay Moffitt finally got out of the inning and finished the game. 
 
Zack Hess started for LSU and pitched five innings, giving up seven hits and three runs. He struck out four and also walked four and after 108 pitches he was pulled. 
 
Zach Watson, Antoine Duplantis and Austin Bain each had two hits. Nick Coomes drove in two runs, with RBI groundouts. 
 
LSU is now 9-10 in the SEC. Ma'Khail Hilliard will look to bounce back from his worst outing of the season last week against South Carolina. 
LSU, Ole Miss, John Kodros, Clay MOffitt, Zack Hess



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