Check out Matt Puffenbarger's of the The Almagest July 22nd article on Nashville Outlaw Andrew Brouillette. Earlier this summer, the LSU-Shreveport star set the Prospect League record with three home runs against the Danville Dans on July 3. See the article below.
By Matt Puffenbarger of The Almagest
As summer heats up, so is the bat of LSUS baseball player Andrew Brouillette, currently playing for the Nashville Outlaws. Brouillette is finally making an impact in the summer Prospect League by having a record-breaking July, setting a league record. The Prospect League is a collegiate summer baseball league comprising teams of college players from all over the country and overseas. The 56-game season gives college standouts a chance to play against the best in the country, and to showcase their talents to a national audience.
Coming into July, Brouillette was struggling. He was batting well below .200, with no home runs and only five RBIs. However, when July finally rolled around, Brouillette stepped his game up.
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