LSU head coach Paul Mainieri announced Monday that junior second baseman will miss three-five weeks with a broken thumb. Per

Mainieri said Broussard, a Baton Rouge native, suffered the injury on Friday night at Vanderbilt when he was hit by a pitch that was ruled a foul ball by the home plate umpire.

Broussard is LSU’s leading hitter this season, batting .363 (29-for-80) with three doubles, one triple, 12 runs, 16 RBI and nine stolen bases. He is the son of Burke Broussard, the starting second baseman on LSU’s 1986 College World Series team.
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Hate to lose him...hopefully he can make it back for the last 2/3 of the season.
Reply37 months
So does he get his base now?
Reply37 months
frick! This season was already going to be a struggle but so many injuries this year to key players.
Reply37 months
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