Clemson plays ETSU on Tuesday
Clemson plays ETSU on Tuesday

Clemson closes homestand against ETSU

by -

CLEMSON, S.C. - The Tigers host East Tennessee State for the second year in a row at Doug Kingsmore Stadium when they play on Tuesday afternoon.


• Who - East Tennessee State (5-2) vs. Clemson (7-0)

• Best Ranking - ETS - NR; CU - NR

• When - Tuesday (4 p.m.)

• Where - Clemson, S.C. (Doug Kingsmore Stadium)

• Watch - ACC Network Extra

• Video Announcers - Brad Owens, William Qualkinbush

• Listen (Radio) - WCCP (105.5 FM), ESPN Upstate

• Listen (Internet) -, TuneIn

• Live Stats -

• Social Media - ClemsonBaseball

• Tickets -, 1-800-CLEMSON

• Promotion - Fans can purchase a ticket for only $2.


• Overall Record - Clemson leads 21-6 (1969-19)

• Record at Clemson - Clemson leads 19-4 (1969-19)


• RHP Tucker Rogers (ETS) vs. RHP Mack Anglin (CU)


• Clemson, who has a 7-0 home record, swept Stony Brook at home in three games by a combined score of 6-1 last weekend.

• The Tigers are averaging 3.0 runs per game and hitting .233 with a .360 on-base percentage, .317 slugging percentage and 15 steals.

• The pitching staff has an 0.70 ERA, a .160 opponents’ batting average and 3.10 strikeout-to-walk ratio, and Clemson is fielding .951.


• East Tennessee State is led by third-year Head Coach Joe Pennucci.

• The Buccaneers won two of three games against Rider last weekend. They are hitting .291 and have a 3.05 ERA and .969 fielding percentage.

• Jake Lyle is hitting a team-high .462 with six steals, while Drew Haynie is batting .385 with a team-high two homers and two steals.


• Clemson's eight runs allowed are the fewest in the first seven games of a season in school history.

• Clemson has won six of its seven games by two runs or less.

• Only one Tiger (catcher Adam Hackenberg) has started every game of the 2020 season at the same position.


• Clemson is averaging 4,302 fans per home date (7), the 10th-highest figure in the nation and second in the ACC (through games of Feb. 23).

• Entering 2020, Clemson had a top-20 national figure in average attendance 26 straight seasons and a top-15 figure 18 years in a row.


• Clemson's 7-0 start to the season is due in large part to its performance on the mound.

• Clemson has allowed eight runs (five earned) and has an 0.70 ERA, .160 opponents' batting average and 93 strikeouts in 64.0 innings pitched.

• Clemson has allowed only six extra-base hits (five doubles, one homer)

• The pitching staff has an outstanding 13.08 strikeout-per-nine-innings-pitched mark and 3.10 strikeout-to-walk ratio.

• Clemson is holding opponents to a .101 batting average with runners on base, 0-for-12 with the bases loaded and has allowed one two-out RBI.

• Opponents are 3-for-57 (.053) with runners in scoring position. None of the three hits scored a run.

• Tiger pitchers have allowed just one of 14 inherited baserunners to score.

• Clemson has pitched three shutouts and has held the opponent to three runs or less in all seven games.

• The Tigers are 3-0 in one-run games and 3-0 in two-run games.

• Over four games from Feb. 19-23, Clemson held opponents scoreless for 33 consecutive innings, its longest streak since May 3-9, 1967 (38).

• Clemson has been aided significantly by the return of righties Carter Raffield and Spencer Strider, who missed last season due to injury.

Comment on this story
Tigers head to Atlanta for first road series
Tigers head to Atlanta for first road series
Reports: Clemson forward enters transfer portal
Reports: Clemson forward enters transfer portal
Tigers ride 8th-inning rally to top Owls
Tigers ride 8th-inning rally to top Owls
Power Rangers reunion: Former Clemson lineman signs with 49ers
Power Rangers reunion: Former Clemson lineman signs with 49ers
Post your comments!

Sign Up for E-Mail News Alerts
Daily Digest