CLEMSON TIGERS BASEBALL
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Clemson Tigers Baseball Tickets
2019 Conference Record: 15-15
2019 Overall Record: 35-26
Location: Clemson, South Carolina
Clemson Tigers Baseball TicketsBaseball debuted in Clemson, South Carolina, on April 24, 1896. The Tigers lost that first game to Furman by a score of 20-13, but it would be the start of something special. The rivalry for South Carolina baseball supremacy was born just three years later when the Tigers defeated the University of South Carolina for the first time in what would become a yearly meeting of the two teams. The Clemson Tigers made their first trip to the College World Series in 1958. The postseason became more of the standard for Clemson baseball beginning in the 1990s and has remained the same ever since. With seven trips to Omaha since 1991, Clemson consistently fields one of the nation's most successful baseball programs. They'll look to continue on their impressive track record of success this season. Don't miss one inning of Clemson Tigers baseball, and grab your tickets today at StubHub.
Who is the head coach for the Clemson Tigers baseball team?South Carolina native Monte Lee serves as the head coach for the Clemson Tigers. Lee played college baseball at the College of Charleston. He was the first position player in school history to be taken in the Major League Draft when the St. Louis Cardinals drafted him in the 39th round of the 1999 draft. Lee eventually became an assistant baseball coach at the University of South Carolina, where he served for six seasons before returning to his alma mater to serve as head coach. It was there that he was ranked in the Top 10 Coaches Under 40 Years Old by Baseball America. In his first four seasons at Clemson, Lee has posted an impressive 168-83 record and has made four postseason appearances.
How many active Major League Baseball players played for the Clemson Tigers?As of the end of the 2019 season, there were six former Clemson Tigers on Major League Baseball rosters. They include outfielders Steven Duggar of the Giants and Stevie Wilkerson of the Orioles, as well as veteran pitcher Tony Sipp, who had his first season with the Washington Nationals in 2019.
Do the Clemson Tigers have any rivalries in baseball?While every team in college athletics has rivalries against other teams within its conference, the primary rivals for the Clemson Tigers are located within their own state: the South Carolina Gamecocks. This rivalry has extended beyond the regular season into the postseason, where South Carolina has eliminated Clemson twice from World Series contention. These two teams provide one of the best rivalries in college baseball as they battle for supremacy in South Carolina.
Where do the Clemson Tigers play baseball?Named after legendary Clemson Tigers baseball star Doug Kinsmore, the Tigers have played at Doug Kinsmore Stadium since 1970. Kinsmore spent the early 1950s setting records not only for the Clemson Tigers but also for the ACC. The stadium was named after him after he donated $1 million to build the facilities. Today, Doug Kinsmore Stadium is one of the most highly attended baseball stadiums in the nation, ranking in the top 15 nationally for the last 18 years and within the top 20 for the last 26. The state-of-the-art facility is widely recognized as one of the best stadiums in the country. Clemson has been selected as a host for either regional and/or super-regional tournament action 15 times since 1994. The stadium has over 4,500 permanent seats.
Where can I get tickets to watch Clemson Tigers baseball games?You can land your tickets to watch the Clemson Tigers take the diamond at the world's largest online ticket marketplace, StubHub.
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