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After hitting out of the two-hole for the first four games this season, LSU head coach Paul Mainieri said that junior shortstop Alex Bregman was moving back to the third spot in the lineup for this weekend's series against Boston College. Per Scout.com:
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“I’m going to leave him there,” Mainieri said. “The only reason I put him in the two-hole was to take a little pressure off him. What’s happened is he’s tried to make himself into a two-hole hitter, and that’s not who he is. He has to be a slugger.”

Bregman welcomes the change.

“I’ve hit a few balls hard,” he said. “I could easily be hitting .500 right now, but I don’t like the way I’ve swung. I’m not satisfied. I’ve got a lot more in there, and I’m going to try to get that out.”
LSU's series against Boston College the weekend will feature a double-header on Friday and no game on Sunday due to severe weather expected in the Baton Rouge area later this weekend.

Games 1 and 2 will begin at 2pm and 7pm on Friday. Game 3 will start at 3pm on Saturday.
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Zardon had tough luck last night, he smashed some balls
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He barrelled up several good balls over the weekend, they just didn't drop.
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Hell yea. Geaux Tigers!
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