Beer crushes a grand slam to right

GREENVILLE — Clemson’s Seth Beer delivered a bomb to right field which rivaled the home run he hit against South Carolina on Saturday at Fluor Feld.

This time his bomb was a grand slam, giving the Tigers an 8-1 lead in the top of the fifth inning. Michigan State pitching walked three batters and hit Reed Rohlman to plate the first run of the inning to set up Beer’s bomb to right.















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