Parker Adjusting to Minor League Life

Parker Adjusting to Minor League Life


Parker Adjusting to Minor League Life

By caught up with former Clemson two-sport standout Kyle Parker after his game against the Kannapolis Intimidators Thursday night.  The Rockies first round draft pick has played the most baseball of his life over the past few months and has adjusted well to life as a professional baseball player.

Parker is hitting .282 with 17 homeruns and 78 RBI’s in 88 games for the Tourists.  Kyle has hit five homeruns in the last week and leadsthe South Atlantic League in RBI’s.

Watch Kyle discuss his first season of professional baseball, how he had handled the dog days of summer and much more on TCITV:



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