Bart Boatwright's Photo Gallery: Softball's First Fan Day

Bart Boatwright's Photo Gallery: Softball's First Fan Day

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Bart Boatwright's Photo Gallery: Softball's First Fan Day

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More than a 1,000 Clemson fans came out to meet Clemson’s first ever softball team as they packed the Clemson Softball Stadium Saturday in Clemson.

The Clemson Insider was on hand for all the festivities as TCI photographer Bart Boatwright shot all the action from the big event. PHOTO GALLERY

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