LSU Baseball Not Overly Concerned With Missed Opportunities in Recent Games

LSU’s offense had some pretty lofty preseason expectations to live up to and for the most part, the Tigers have done a great job of fulfilling those high praises early in the 2022 season.

But ever the perfectionist, there are some ways in which Jay Johnson knows this team can get better yet isn’t overly concerned with one particular shortcoming this offense is still working through.

It’s been a difficult last few games in terms of leaving guys on base for this team. After leaving 27 on base in Houston this past weekend, the Tigers left nine more against a good McNeese State team on Wednesday. But there are a few reasons why Johnson isn’t worried with the number of missed opportunities this offense has left on the table in recent games.


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