BATON ROUGE, La. - Left-handed pitchers Charlie Furbush and Kyle Beerbohm have signed letters-of-intent with the LSU baseball program and they will be eligible to compete for the 2007 season, coach Paul Mainieri announced Tuesday. Furbush, a product of Saint Josephs College of Maine, and Beerbohm, a transfer from Delgado Community College in New Orleans, will enroll at LSU later this month. Both players come to LSU after two seasons at their respective schools, and they will be classified as juniors for the 07 season. Furbush, a native of South Portland, Maine, was named the 2006 North Atlantic Conference Player of the Year, as he posted a 10-1 mark and a 2.89 ERA in 74.2 innings with 22 walks and 115 strikeouts. He was also voted the NCAA Division III New England Pitcher of the Year. The 6-6, 215-pound hurler pitched brilliantly this summer in the Cape Cod League, a wooden-bat league featuring the nations best collegiate players. He was honored with the leagues John Claffey New England Top Prospect Award after recording a 3-2 mark with a 1.83 ERA for the Hyannis Mets. Furbush worked 54 innings for Hyannis, recording 13 walks and 50 strikeouts. He fired a no-hitter with 12 strikeouts to defeat the Bourne Braves, and he worked 8.1 innings in a win over the top team in the league, the Cotuit Kettleers. "Charlies situation is similar to mine in that he is coming to LSU to challenge himself against the best competition in the nation," Mainieri said. "The way he has performed in the Cape Cod League against some of the best college players in the country gives us hope that he will make a major impact upon our program." Beerbohm was the No. 1 pitcher last season for Delgado, which advanced to the junior college regional tournament. He posted a 7-2 record in 2006 after recording an 8-2 mark as a freshman in 2005. The 6-4, 205-pound southpaw is participating this week in the All-American Amateur Baseball Association tournament in Johnstown, Pa. as the top pitcher for the New Orleans Boosters. "Kyle is a crafty left-hander who knows how to win," Mainieri said, "and he pitched all of the big games for Delgado over the past two seasons. We expect him to make a significant contribution to our staff." Beerbohm, who pitched for Archbishop Shaw High School in Marrero, La., will join former Delgado teammates Jonathan Wilhite (RHP) and Steven Waguespack (1B/OF) on the LSU squad.