The LSU Tigers returned to Alex Box Stadium after winning the 2009 NCAA Baseball Championship. The hoisting of the flag ceremony was great. Hundreds attended and cheered them on. The ‘extra’ flagpole was all ready for the new flag. Way to Geaux Tigers!
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Junior Blake Dean, MVP of the 2008 SEC Baseball Tournament, will return to LSU for his senior year! We are glad he turned down the Twins, decided to remain in school and return to Baton Rouge in the Fall. We wish success to the Tigers in 2010!!!
Our Tigers will play either Ole Miss or Virginia in Omaha, Nebraska. GEAUX TIGERS!! Get your coolers ready for some Tailgator Tailgating!
Rivals.com, Kendell Rogers, has an excellent analysis about NCAA baseball postseason play, and specifically the LSU vs. RICE game this weekend in Baton Rouge. This is an excellent matchup and will make for an exciting game for sure. Geaux Tigers!
Congratulations to The East team players, pitcher Chris Hutchinson, and outfielder Blaine Posey of Denham Springs, LHSAA All-Stars. Will they be going to Alabama Southern CC in the fall? We are excited for both of them and their families!
This 2009 “LSU” 18 cu.ft. Frigidaire Refrigerator/Freezer will be auctioned off to the highest bidder on Sunday, April 26th at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church Festival in Prairieville. It was custom painted by Brouillette’s Paint and Body Shop. The artwork was done by Sean “Goose” Hanegan, a professional automotive artist. You may view it at Brouillette’s Paint and Body Shop located at 13504 K.C. Road in Gonzales, LA before the auction.
The Plain Dealer Reporter’s article was titled “Dellucci’s alligator tale is very fishy”. Apparently, Baton Rouge resident and Cleveland Indians baseball star, David Dellucci “called three reporters to his locker and showed them his thumb. He said he’d been bitten by an alligator while saving a boy’s life…Two of the three reporters, eager for a story, took the bait hook, line and sinker before Dellucci smiled and confessed.”
Then Dellucci admitted he actually had smashed his thumb while closing his trailer tailgate on February 1 at his home in Baton Rouge.
However, after digging a little, we still believe that David Dellucci might really have been bitten by an alligator.
Here is a photo of him showing his injured left hand to the coaches and trainer. These animals are so stealth, Dellucci’s coach does not even realize the gator is back and about to bite his foot.
And here is another picture of David Dellucci casually running from a large Louisiana alligator, in full uniform in Baton Rouge this winter, while getting ready for spring training. David, you may want to recalculate just how fast they are, and especially, at this size.
But this… this here is the smoking gun.
David, we hope you heal fast, and stay away from those “gators“.