There were many great plays from LSU's 9-6 win over Northwestern State on Wednesday night but the best one came from second baseman Jared Foster who made a spectacular double play in the sixth inning. Per The Advocate:

The ball was hit hard enough that it took off Strall’s glove, sending it flying into the field. Foster snagged the ricocheted shot in impressive fashion, changing direction at just the last minute and sticking out his gloved left hand.

He spun, on his knees, to make the throw to second. Shortstop Alex Bregman then fired to first for the double play.

“Just your normal 1-4-6-3 double play,” Mainieri said.

Here is Foster talking about the play after the game:

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Great play and all but damn Bregman was no where near second base.
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Haters gonna hate bruh! I like him at 2nd
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Foster was laughing at all the haters who said he couldn't play second
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