Tigers rally in the 5th

Tigers rally in the 5th


Tigers rally in the 5th


Clemson cut into the Boston College lead in the bottom of the fifth inning Sunday at Doug Kingsmore Stadium in Clemson.

Bryar Hawkins scored on a fielder’s choice double play to third base from James Parker, cutting the Eagles lead to 6-4 after five innings of play.

Hawkins led off the inning with a base hit to left field, while Davis Sharpe hit safely through the left side and Chad Fairey drew a walk to load the bases.

After Parker’s double play grounder, Adam Hackenberg grounded into a 4-1 putout to end the inning.



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