Johnson Cleared To Play In CWS
Another Florida baseball player has earned his ticket to Omaha for the big College World Series. The Gator's No.2 starter and designated hitter, Brian Johnson, was cleared today by Florida's medical staff to return to the diamond.
It has been since May 28th, since Johnson has stepped on the mound after suffering a concussion from a errant thrown by catcher, Mike Zunino.
Johnson is 8-3 with a 3.66 ERA and has a batting average of .312, with five home runs and 27 RBIs for the season.
Even though Johnson had to assist his victorious team from the bench through the regional and super regional advancement, he is ready to bring is "A- game" in Omaha.
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