Tigers score their fifth run of the game

After Notre Dame cut the Clemson lead to three runs in the top of the second inning, Clemson bounced back to score its fifth run of the game in the innings’ bottom frame. After Chase Pinder drew a walk to start the inning, he stole second base and then moved to third on a grounder to first by Reed Rohlman.

Pinder later scored on Chris Williams’ ground ball to first base after Seth Beer was hit by a pitch.

Clemson lead 5-1 after two innings of play.













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