Photo: Leggett at Clemson's Opening Day against Maine

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Leggett with administrative coordinator Roberta Balliet

Former Clemson baseball coach Jack Leggett is at Doug Kingsmore Stadium today to watch the Opening Day contest between Clemson and Maine.

Leggett is recovering from a mountain bike accident that he suffered recently (arm in sling via photo).

In 22 seasons at Clemson, Leggett won 955 games and went to the College World Series six times with the last appearance in 2010.

Clemson finished the 2015 baseball season with a 32-29 overall record and dropped a pair of games at the Fullerton Regional of the NCAA Tournament.

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