OMAHA–Louisiana State is in a pickle as we prepare to resume yesterday’s suspended game, so it only makes sense that the Tigers will try to get out of it with their moment-of-truth stopper, Jared Bradford. After working 6 2/3 innings Tuesday against Rice, Bradford doesn’t figure to work more than a couple of innings today, but he keeps the ball down and gets a lot of ground balls, which is exactly what LSU needs to get out of its bases-loaded, one-out jam. Lefthander Ryan Verdugo was loosening up in the bullpen before the game, so expect him to take over for Bradford in the second, third or fourth inning.
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