Clemson baseball starts fall practice

Clemson baseball starts fall practice

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Clemson baseball starts fall practice

The Clemson baseball team started workouts for the 2017 fall practice on Friday. The Tigers come into the fall with a lot of questions on the mound and in the outfield.

Clemson, which finished the season 42-21, has to replace all four of its starters on the mound, including All-ACC pitchers Pat Krall and Charlie Barnes. The Tigers also have to replace Reed Rohlman in the outfield.

Watch TCI’s video previewing Clemson’s 2017 fall baseball practice on TCITV;

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