Southeastern Baseball vs LSU
HAMMOND - The Southeastern Lions like their chances Wednesday with LSU coming to town for the first time since 2009.
In fact, they went on the road last week to take two of three games from Louisiana Tech last weekend.
They say their experience with left-handed pitchers in Ruston will prepare them for starting Tiger lefty Cody Glenn.
"We're not going to change who we are," said Jameson Fisher, a sophomore from Zachary. "Maybe we'll have a diffferent tweak here or there for a lefty, but we won't change who we are."
The Lions will throw out the first pitch against the Tigers at 6pm Wednesday night at Pat Kenelly Diamond.
For more on the upcoming matchup, tune in to WBRZ Sports.
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