2021 MLB Draft: LSU pitcher Landon Marceaux selected in 3rd round by Angels
DENVER (WAFB) - Former LSU pitcher Landon Marceaux has been selected in the third round at No. 80 overall by the Los Angeles Angels.
Last season, Marceaux was the Tigers ace going 7-7 and established himself as one of the best pitchers in the Southeastern Conference. Marceaux earned multiple All-American honors, and was a second team All-SEC selection. He ranked No. 2 in the league in innings pitched, No. 6 in ERA with at 2.54, and No. 6 with 116.
The Destrehan, La. product helped LSU win a NCAA Regional Title in Eugene Oregon. Marceaux was named Collegiate Baseball National Player of the Week after fiting a career high 12 Ks over seven shutout innings.
For his career, Marceaux had a 14-9 record, with a 3.23 ERA, allowing 179 hits, over 184 innings pitched, and 181 strikeouts.
In 2018 coming out of high school Marceaux was drafted in the 37th round by the New York Yankees.
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