Fall Report: ClemsonFall Report
CLEMSON, S.C. — Clemson baseball is going to have a different flavor in 2019. The Tigers won 47 games last year by relying on a patient and powerful offense that ranked third nationally in home runs and sixth in walks. But after losing four players who combined for 54 of those 98 home runs a year ago (headlined by Seth Beer and Chris Williams, who combined for 40), the Tigers expect to generate offense in new ways this spring.
“I think this team is going to be more aggressive on the bases, I think you can tell,” Clemson[…]