LSU freshman pitcher Nick Storz will make his debut vs. Tulane on Wednesday night, head coach Paul Mainieri announced on Tuesday.

Storz had surgery to remove a bone spur in his shoulder in September and is only expected to pitch one or two innings vs. the Green Wave. Per

"The long-awaited debut of the big man from Brooklyn will happen tomorrow," LSU coach Paul Mainieri said on Tuesday afternoon. "We're excited about that. Everything has gone well. He feels 100 percent. It's time."

The 6-foot-6, 255-pound Storz, who played his high school ball at Poly Prep in Brooklyn, N.Y., will get the start but only throw one or two innings.

Mainieri said he wanted to keep Storz on a starter's routine and the team will likely go with A.J. Labas for an extended amount of time once Storz is out of the game.

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Maybe he can start vs Vanderbilt if he can get some momentum
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Good luck, Nick! Hope all goes well in your comeback from surgery. We're gonna need some pitchers to step up and bring it if we want to do well this year.
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