David Slevin Inks Free Agent Contract With the Yankees


by -
  Print   | TigerNetcom Facebook ClemsonTigerNet Twitter TigerNet RSS Feed

Clemson, SC -

David Slevin (Port Saint Lucie, FL) signed a free agent contract with the New York Yankees last week. Slevin will first report to mini-camp in Tampa, FL before joining the Staten Island Yankees of the New York Penn League. Slevin, who will join former Tiger teammate Kyle Frank on the team, had a 22-game hitting streak in 2003, tied for the fifth-longest in Clemson history. Also in 2003, the Second-Team All-ACC second baseman hit .330 with five homers, 10 doubles, and 30 RBIs. He finished third in the ACC in batting average in ACC regular-season games with a .392 batting average as well. In 115 career games at Clemson over two seasons, he committed just 19 errors, good for a .967 fielding percentage. He also was a career .306 hitter as a two-year starter in Tigertown.

  Print   | TigerNetcom Facebook ClemsonTigerNet Twitter TigerNet RSS Feed
Clemson makes cut for nation's No. 1 WR
Clemson makes cut for nation's No. 1 WR
Tigers suffer another close road loss
Tigers suffer another close road loss
Clemson rolls on road at BC
Clemson rolls on road at BC
Clemson clinches series in doubleheader opener win
Clemson clinches series in doubleheader opener win
Sign Up for E-Mail News Alerts
Features
Breaking
Daily Digest