WATCH: Clemson baseball talks fall practice start

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Clemson baseball starts fall practice this week under third-year head coach Monte Lee, who led the Tigers to 42 wins and their second-straight regional host in 2017.

Clemson, which returns 19 lettermen, plays two intrasquad scrimmages this weekend at Doug Kingsmore Stadium, six-inning games on Saturday (11:30 a.m.) and Sunday (1:30 p.m.). Fall practice continues through October and concludes with three Orange & Purple scrimmages between October 26-29 at Doug Kingsmore Stadium. All practices and scrimmages are free and open to the public.

The Tigers previewed what they're looking to improve on before the 2018 season with the media Thursday:

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