One Down: Hinson to Return

One Down: Hinson to Return


One Down: Hinson to Return


By Lee Lance.

The Clemson Insider can now confirm that Clemson third baseman John Hinson has decided to return to play baseball for the Tigers in 2011.  Hinson was drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 2010, in the 13th round(441st) overall.

Hinson’s 2010 stats were impressive, with the lefty hitting slugger batting a .351 with 17 home runs.  Hinson if the first of four players that Head Coach Jack Leggett is waiting to find the fate of tonight, the other three being Kyle Parker, Jeff Schaus and Casey Harman.

Stay tuned to for all the updates in tonight’s action, including the latest information available on Kyle Parker’s status.



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