More Bad News For The LSU Baseball Team To Start The Season
After the LSU Baseball team started the season dropping two of three to Notre Dame, many thought the season could only go up from there. But not even a full week later, and there's more bad news to heap on. This time, on the injury front.
LSU will be losing one of their best players for a long stretch of time, and honestly, the injury sounds like something that could linger for the rest of the season. Which could be bad news for a team that's already dealing with nagging injuries, and a couple tough losses.
Here's more on the latest injury from the Louisiana Radio Network:
"LSU’s bad start to the 2018 season got worse today. Coach Paul Mainieri announced shortstop Josh Smith will miss at least a month because of a stress reaction in his vertebrae. Mainieri said Hal Hughes will play shortstop during Smith’s absence."