The LSU Tigers baseball team walked onto the field last night at Alex Box Stadium in Baton Rouge not realizing that they were about to set a school record scoring an unbelievable 27 runs.

LSU used five pitchers in six-innings and they posted a no-hitter and totally shut out Northwestern State, 27-0, in Alex Box Stadium.

Alex Bregman and Tyler Moore each hit grand slams and drove in eight runs, and five LSU pitchers combined on a six-inning no-hitter as the Tigers routed Northwestern State 27-0 on Tuesday night.


It was the largest margin of victory in LSU's storied baseball history -- and could have been bigger if the game hadn't been called because of lightning in the area with two outs and two runners on in the sixth for the Tigers.


The no-hitter was the first for LSU since March 14, 1979, when Bobby Landry beat Southern Mississippi in seven innings.


Catcher Tyler Moore and shortstop Alex Bregman each had eight RBI in the game and both players also hit a grand slam.

LSU concludes the regular season with a three-game SEC at Auburn beginning at 6 p.m. Thursday.