LSU ajoute un autre joueur du portail de transfert pendant la Série mondiale universitaire.


LSU Tigers add pitcher Loer to transfer portal class

The LSU Tigers have added pitcher Ryan Loer to their 2023 transfer portal class. Loer, a sophomore from Lakeville, Minnesota, held a 1.89 ERA through 57 innings pitched, leading the Musketeers to an appearance at the NCAA Nashville Regional this year. He threw two innings of relief against Vanderbilt, striking out three and allowing no earned runs on one hit to advance to the Regional Final, eliminating the host.

Loer is the second player the Tigers have added from the portal in a week, after South Carolina Infielder Michael Braswell announced his commitment on June 15. He is the first pitcher in LSU’s 2023 transfer portal class, and comes at a time when LSU pitching coach Wes Johnson will leave to become the head coach at Georgia. LSU coach Jay Johnson has said he will not fill the vacancy until after the conclusion of the season to focus on the College World Series.

Loer’s impact on the Tigers

Loer’s addition to the Tigers’ transfer portal class is a significant one, as he brings a strong pitching arm to the team. With a 1.89 ERA, Loer has proven himself to be a reliable pitcher, and his performance against Vanderbilt in the NCAA Nashville Regional shows that he can handle high-pressure situations. His addition to the team will help fill the void left by the departure of pitching coach Wes Johnson, and could help the Tigers make a deep run in the College World Series.

Looking ahead

With the addition of Loer and Braswell, the Tigers are looking to build a strong team for the 2023 season. While the loss of pitching coach Wes Johnson is a setback, the team is focused on the College World Series and will look to fill the vacancy after the conclusion of the season. With Loer’s strong pitching arm and Braswell’s infield skills, the Tigers are poised to make a strong run in the coming years.

Keywords: LSU Tigers, Ryan Loer, transfer portal, College World Series, pitching coach, Wes Johnson, Michael Braswell, NCAA Nashville Regional, Vanderbilt.

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