LSU baseball 2024 transfer portal tracker: Who's in, who's out for Jay Johnson

LSU baseball came up one run shy of advancing out of the Chapel Hill Regional in the 2024 NCAA Baseball Tournament.

The 4-3 loss in 10 innings to North Carolina in the NCAA regional championship game put the final bow on a Tigers season that featured a whirlwind of emotions and performance on the field. Jay Johnson's club finished 43-23 after closing the regular season with wins in four of its last five Southeastern Conference series to spark its run through the SEC and NCAA Tournaments.

As is customary after every season comes to a close, questions of which players will stay and which will enter their name in the transfer portal ratchets up almost immediately.

With the end of the season just a few days behind us, we already have some answers. Here's a look at which players have entered the transfer portal since the Tigers' season ended.

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Micah Bucknam, reliever

Sophomore right-hander Micah Bucknam appeared in eight games for LSU; only three pitchers on the roster appeared in less games. He recorded a 7.00 ERA as he gave up eight runs, seven earned, off 12 hits and three walks along with 10 strikeouts. Bucknam lasted two innings twice, one of those coming against Vanderbilt. He pitched in three SEC games.

Aiden Moffett, reliever

As this season progressed, sophomore Aiden Moffett seemed to pitch his way into more responsibility. The righty earned 16 appearances and performed decently. Moffett tallied a 5.60 ERA, which was middle of the road for the pitching staff and a better number than Nate Ackenhausen, Samuel Dutton, Justin Loer and a host of others, but obviously in fewer innings. Moffett tossed 17⅔ frames and surrendered 11 runs off 18 hits and 12 walks with 21 strikeouts.

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Cory Diaz covers the LSU Tigers for The Daily Advertiser as part of the USA TODAY Network. Follow his Tigers coverage on Twitter: @ByCoryDiaz. Got questions regarding LSU athletics? Send them to Cory Diaz at bdiaz@gannett.com.

This article originally appeared on Lafayette Daily Advertiser: LSU baseball transfer portal tracker: Who's in, who's out for the Tigers

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