Baseball preview: Pitching staff

Baseball preview: Pitching staff


Baseball preview: Pitching staff


As TCI prepares for the 2016 college baseball season, we begin our preseason coverage with a brief look at the 14 returning members of the 2015 Clemson pitching staff. Stay tuned to TCI throughout the preseason as we continue breakdown the 2016 roster and 2016 opponents as we lead up to Opening Day on February 19th.


#43 Patrick Andrews            RHP

3-4 with 2 saves and a 4.25 ERA in 49 career appearances (one start)

Allowed 67 hits (.246 OBA) in 72.0 IP with 27 BB and 54 K

Missed 2015 season after having “Tommy John” surgery during the 2014 season


#23 Charlie Barnes               LHP

1-2 with a 3.38 ERA in 12 career appearances (two starts)

Allowed 26 hits (.265 OBA) in 24.0 IP with eight BB and 23 K

Could compete for Sunday/midweek starter or provide long relief out of bullpen


#37 Alex Bostic                    LHP

0-3 with a 11.02 ERA in 23 career appearances (one start)

Allowed 23 hits (.329 OBA) in 16.1 IP with 18 BB and 14 K

Used as a situational lefty in 2015, could continue that roll along with longer relief outings


#29 Jackson Campana          RHP

0-0 with a 3.46 ERA in 11 career appearances

Allowed 12 hits (.255 OBA) in 13.0 IP with 9 BB and 10 K

Two-way player who redshirted in 2015 while recovering from “Tommy John” surgery


#17 Paul Campbell               RHP

0-2 with one save and a 7.40 ERA in 13 career appearances (one start)

Allowed 27 hits (.303 OBA) in 20.2 IP with nine BB and 24 K

Used as long reliever in 2015, could continue that along with making spot starts


#16 Alex Eubanks                 RHP

Redshirted as part of the developmental squad in 2015

5-3 with a 3.40 ERA in 55.2 IP over 13 appearances in Coastal Plain League last summer

Could provide innings out of the bullpen


#50 Mike Goren                    RHP

Redshirted in 2015

Pitched 7.1 scoreless innings over six appearances in NECBL this summer

Should provide middle relief innings out of the bullpen


#37 Pat Krall                        LHP

3-4 with five saves and a 2.62 ERA in 43 career appearances

Allowed 49 hits (.209 OBA) in 65.1 IP with 18 BB and 50 K

One of the top returning relievers who should help anchor the bullpen this season


#48 Garrett Lovorn               RHP

  • with a 5.06 ERA in 9 career appearances

Allowed 10 hits (.233 OBA) in 10.2 IP with 7 BB and 10 K

Righty option out of the bullpen who did not appear in a game in 2015


#20 Drew Moyer                   RHP

6-1 with four saves and a 3.10 ERA in 38 career appearances

Allowed 50 hits (.267 OBA) in 49.1 IP with 27 BB and 47 K

Coming off an injury that cost him most of the 2015 season, should be team’s closer


#32 Clate Schmidt                RHP

10-14 with a 4.51 ERA in 54 career appearances (25 starts)

Allowed 202 hits (.294 OBA) in 173.2 IP with 77 BB and 110 K

Most experienced pitcher on the staff, slated to be the Opening Day starter


#47 Alex Schnell                  LHP

2-0 with one save and a 8.41 ERA in 11 career appearances

Allowed 21 hits (.259 OBA) in 20.1 IP with 15 BB and 14 K

Should provide long relief out of the bullpen in 2016


#22 Wales Toney                  RHP

  • with a 12.46 ERA in four career appearances

Allowed six hits (.300 OBA) in 4.1 IP with 5 BB and 6 K

Hard-throwing righty who could provide a bullpen boost in 2016


#30 Hunter Van Horn            LHP

0-0 with a 6.14 ERA in 10 career appearances

Allowed seven hits (.250 OBA) in 7.1 IP with six BB and seven K

Lefty that has been used primarily as a situational pitcher


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