Hackenburg doubles Tigers' lead with first career homer

Hackenburg doubles Tigers' lead with first career homer

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Hackenburg doubles Tigers' lead with first career homer

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Clemson continued to use the long ball and jumped up 4-0 on a two-run shot by Adam Hackenburg in the bottom of the fourth.

Jordan Greene got the ball rolling with a base hit to start the inning before he stole second base. After a Bryce Teodosio strike out, Hackenburg sounded off on a 1-0 pitch for his first career homer to double the Tigers’ lead to 4-0.

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