Clemson players mob Jacob Hinderleider after his walk-off single against Florida State (Aaron Fitt)

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Fitt: Clemson shows its remarkable fortitude in stunning ninth-inning comeback

At The Ballpark

CLEMSON, S.C. — After the pandemonium had subsided and the dust had settled, Clemson coach Erik Bakich insisted in his postgame remarks to media that he always believed his team would find a way to win the second game of Saturday’s doubleheader against Florida State, even facing an 8-1 deficit in the ninth inning. And that’s exactly the message he conveyed to his players in the dugout.

“We came back to the dugout in the bottom of the ninth, and EB says, ‘Everybody get ready to hit, we’re gonna bat around and win this dang thing,’” Clemson infielder[…]

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