Tigers get on the board in the fourth

Clemson finally got on the scoreboard in the bottom of the fourth inning, but it still trails Nevada, 6-2.

Chase Pinder led off the inning with home run to left field, his second in the series. Seth Beer then followed with a double down the right field line. He later scored on a Patrick Cromwell single to right field.

Cromwell’s single bounced off the glove of Nevada pitcher Mark Nowaczewski and into right field, allowing Beer to come home for the second run.






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