Mikey Romero, a class of 2022 shortstop from Menifee, CA (Orange Lutheran) announced Thursday night that he has flipped his commitment from Arizona to LSU.

Romero's decision comes on the same day that LSU was able to hire Arizona baseball coach Jay Johnson away from Tucson.



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Send him instructions on setting up a handle for tRant
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Good news!! We need a shortstop who at least can bunt, and field a ground ball. Right now we don't have one!!!
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Orange Lutheran appears to produce MLB prospects at an impressive rate. Would be nice to get that pipeline flowing to the Box. Believe one of LSU's softball players came from there as well.
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Well when he signs his pro contract they'll be able to say he had committed to play baseball at LSU. Good recruiting pub I guess.
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Teach him to play 2nd base!!!!!
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Can he throw the ball to first without bouncing it?
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Hell I thought he was the baw coming up to bat after him
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dont we need a ss?
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We'll see how much Austin Nola a Cali boy has in him
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Our two middle infielders this year were both from Cali
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LSU has had some pretty good players from out West. Brad Cresse was from California and Alex Bregman was from Arizona. I don’t care where they come from as long as LSU wins with them.
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I think Bregman was from New Mexico... Right? ABQ?
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When I saw Romero, I was thinking baw was from New iberia
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Well, he now has a bunch of kinfolks from the Berry!
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Big time player
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Is there anyway to know this? Any good ranking website?
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Let’s Geaux! The last Mikie worked out well here.
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Bregman was from New Mexico
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