Competition will be the key word for LSU position players this fallSEC Extra
Within the first few minutes of his media availability to open up the fall for LSU baseball, head coach Jay Johnson set the tone for what to expect on the position player side of things.
“Nobody is a starter at this point in time,” Johnson said. “There’s not a position on the field that we go like ‘hey, that’s done, that’s locked up, that’s where that player is going to be.’”
We can acknowledge, of course, that Tommy White has his place in the lineup, almost certainly at third base once again.
But beyond that, Johnson’s larger point stands, because[…]