Former Clemson infielder proposes to girlfriend after she throws out first pitch


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Former Clemson infielder Weston Wilson proposed to his girlfriend, Madison Hauck, after she threw out the first pitch at Saturday's Carolina Mudcats game. Wilson who is currently playing 3B for the Class A Advanced Mudcats says the proposal was a blur.

"I remember parts of it, but it's a little fuzzy right now," Wilson told MILB. "I told the guys earlier that I'm just going to wing it when I propose and I just said whatever came to me. I told her that I've loved her from the moment I met her and I hope she would make me the happiest man. Luckily, she said yes."


Wilson was Clemson's everyday starter at second base in 2016 and was a career .260 hitter with a .330 on-base percentage in 175 games (164 starts) over three seasons. He was drafted in the 17th round (No. 501 overall pick) by the Milwaukee Brewers in 2016.

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