LSU baseball: Why the Tigers will win the College World Series

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May 26, 2013; Hoover, AL, USA; LSU Tigers outfielder Andrew Stevenson (6) gets high fives after making an over the head catch to end the inning against the Vanderbilt Commodores with the bases loaded during the championship game of the SEC baseball tournament at the Hoover Met. Mandatory Credit: John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

LSU is dominating the SEC West

LSU is simply owing its fellow members of the SEC West, and there is no other way to put it.

If you do not believe me, just read the tweet below and see for yourself.

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Just to clarify, the series that Hunt Palmer was referring to was LSU’s matchup with the Mississippi Bulldogs, which they did indeed go on to win. That makes the Tigers 20-1 in their previous 21 series against SEC West foes, an accomplishment that speaks for itself.

The most telling series win during this stretch came against the Texas A&M Aggies just last month. The Aggies entered the series as the No. 2 team in the country, right behind LSU, and the Tigers proved why they are unanimously ranked as the top team in the country.

LSU won the series 2-1, and established their dominance in a tightly contested series. The Aggies are the biggest competition for them at the moment, and that regards every team in the country.

Frankly, they look like the only team that can hang with the Tigers, and an SEC tournament battle between them would be epic to say the least.

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