LSU catcher Alex Milazzo suffered a fractured shin during Monday night’s College World Series Game 3 against Florida. Milazzo was injured while crossing home plate for a run, and he landed awkwardly on home plate after attempting to avoid the tag. Milazzo immediately went to the ground in pain, holding his left ankle. He was quickly tended to by the LSU trainers and coach Jay Johnson. Milazzo, who was replaced at catcher by Hayden Travinski, later returned to the LSU bench to watch the rest of the game with a boot on his left foot.
LSU star pitcher Paul Skenes is available to pitch against Florida in Game 3 of the College World Series title round. All eyes have been on Skenes during the College World Series, and that included an ESPN camera that showed the Air Force veteran’s pregame routine. Skenes has been a key player for LSU, and his availability for Game 3 is a major boost for the team.
LSU beat Florida in Game 3 of the College World Series finals 18-4 to win its first national championship since 2009. The Tigers dominated the game, with a strong performance from pitcher Landon Marceaux and a grand slam from Gavin Dugas. The win was a fitting end to a remarkable season for LSU, which overcame adversity to claim the championship.
Injuries are an unfortunate part of sports, and Milazzo’s injury was a reminder of the risks that athletes face. However, LSU’s victory in Game 3 was a testament to the team’s resilience and determination. With Skenes leading the way, the Tigers were able to overcome adversity and claim the championship.
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