The LSU Tigers Baseball club, which competes in NCAA Division I collegiate baseball on behalf of Louisiana State University, has always been proud of Astros standout Alex Bregman.
In order to commemorate their graduates’ accomplishments, the LSU Tigers have now erected billboards throughout the state.
The Astros won their second Fall Classic since 2017 by defeating the Philadelphia Phillies 4-1 over the course of six games on November 6 at Minute Maid Park in the World Series 2022.
His alma mater LSU opted to celebrate Alex’s victory by placing billboards all across the state as he won the World Series for the second time.
As well as posting a picture of one of the billboards on Twitter, the official LSU Baseball team did so.
Any ambitious baseball fan in the nation can be inspired by Alex’s path, which included playing for the LSU Tigers and winning the World Series twice.
The transition of Alex Bregman from the Houston Astros to the LSU Tigers Baseball
When the 2012 Major League Baseball Draft began, Alex was still a high school student when he was selected by the Boston Red Sox in the 29th round. In lieu of signing with the Red Sox, he decided to enroll at LSU.
When the 2012 Major League Baseball Draft began, Bregman was still a high school student when he was selected by the Boston Red Sox in the 29th round. In lieu of signing with the Red Sox, he decided to enroll at LSU.
While pursuing his studies in Sports Administration at the university, Alex played shortstop for the LSU Tigers baseball team.
He received the Brooks Wallace Award in 2013 for being the best collegiate shortstop in the USA.
He was then selected by the Houston Astros as the second pick in the first round of the MLB draught in 2015.
On July 25, 2016, against the New York Yankees, Alex Bregman finally made his Major League Baseball debut.
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