Beer's home run gives Clemson the lead

Beer's home run gives Clemson the lead


Beer's home run gives Clemson the lead


COLUMBIA, S.C. — Leave it to Seth Beer to end a streak like the one South Carolina pitcher Adam Hill had going on Friday in Columbia.

The Tigers’ right fielder ended Hill’s streak of 12 hitless innings with a bomb to right field in the top of the sixth inning. The home run came with one out and Logan Davidson on first base after the sophomore drew a walk for the second time in the game.

Up until Beer’s homer to right-center, Hill was rolling with 11 strikeouts through the first five innings. At one point he had seven straight strikeouts to tie a South Carolina record.



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