Tuesday Leggett Postgame

Tuesday Leggett Postgame


Tuesday Leggett Postgame


By Trey McCurry.

TheClemsonInsider.com caught up with Clemson head coach Jack Leggett following the Tiger’s victory over Furman Tuesday night.

On tonight’s game:

Sarratt threw strikes all night, we played really well defensively tonight and the rest of the guys came in and threw well. Offensively, we had a couple of good innings in the first and third. After that we did not play great offensively. We had too many fly ball outs and we need to take care of that problem. 

On Sarratt’s success tonight:

He was throwing strikes. He threw his breaking ball and changeup for strikes. He competed the whole time he was in there and did not put any extra guys on base. Then we played really good defense behind him. He could make a case for the weekend rotation. If he can recover by Sunday, he could go then. 

On Miller’s performance tonight:

Brad is playing well. Thank goodness he played well tonight. We really did not have a sharp offensive night. 

On the rest of the week:

We go to Western Carolina tomorrow and that will be a good challenge for us. They played really well this past weekend. They have a good team. Hopefully the weather will clear up and we will be able to play. As for this weekend, we are just focused on tomorrow. We are planning on giving Alex Frederick his first start of the year up there tomorrow.



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