Clemson’s Drew Donathan has entered his name into the transfer portal The Clemson Insider learned on Wednesday.
Donathan, a catcher on the Clemson baseball team, has been a spot starter and pinch-hitter since his freshman season in 2018. He has a career .238 average at Clemson with a .238 slugging percentage and .370 on-base percentage in 13 games over two active seasons. He started five of those games. He had two RBIs.
The redshirt junior was 0-for-2 off the bench this past season. In 2019, he suffered a leg injury in the fall of 2018 and missed the entire 2019 season. He received a medical redshirt.
In 2018, as a true freshmen, Donathan hit .263 with two RBIs, a .400 on-base percentage, four walks and a hit-by-pitch in 11 games, including five starts as the designated hitter. He was 3-for-8 (.375) with runners on base.
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