Young Tigers Look To Rebound


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The Clemson baseball team was banking on youth coming into the season. The young bats and arms have not been greeted with a favorable schedule. The Tigers are 5-7, but have shown flashes of what is to come. Freshman Taylor Harbin already has 11 extra base hits and is hitting .385. On Wednesday, the Tigers will look for a much needed win against Furman.


Stephen Faris will take the mound for the Tigers against Case Cassedy (1-0, 1.50 ERA) for Furman. Furman has team ERA of 5.57.


Clemson will look to get their bats going on Wednesday. Andy D'Alessio is off to slow start once again this season. D'Alessio is being counted upon to make big hits for this young team. However, Tyler Colvin is hitting his stride. In the last six games, Colvin is hitting .522 (12 for 23).


The game has been moved up to 4:00 pm due to threat of inclement weather. Come out and support the Tigers at Doug Kingsmore Stadium as they look to snap a three-game skid.

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