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Baseball - Steve Wilkerson turns a double play at second

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Baseball - Steve Wilkerson turns a double play at second

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  • Baseball - Presbyterian's Brandon Martin beats Clemson's Jon McGibbon back to the bag on a pick-off attempt
  • Baseball - Jack Leggett & Presbyterian coach Elton Pollock
  • Baseball - Clate Schmidt and pitching coach Dan Pepicelli
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  • Baseball - Steve Wilkerson gets the force out at second
  • Baseball - Weston Wilson avoids being hit by a pitch
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  • Baseball - Steve Wilkerson turns a double play at second
  • Baseball - Steve Wilkerson
  • Baseball - Presbyterian's Jay Lazanich makes it back to first as Clemson first baseman Jon McGibbon waits for the ball after a pop-up in center field
  • Baseball - Clate Schmidt
  • Baseball - Steven Duggar
  • Baseball - Steven Duggar hits a two-RBI triple in the first inning
  • Baseball - Third baseman Jay Baum throws to first baseman Jon McGibbon after fielding a ground ball
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Clemson’s Tyler Krieger, left, is congratulated by teammates after scoring against Presbyterian College during the first inning at Doug Kingsmore Stadium in Clemson on Tuesday.
  • Clemson's Steven Dugar dives near Prebyterian's Jacob Midkiff for a triple during the first inning at Doug Kingsmore Stadium in Clemson.
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  • Clemson's Tyler Krieger turns a double play near Presbyterian's Brad Zebedis during the first inning at Doug Kingsmore Stadium in Clemson.
  • Clemson's Zack Erwin pitches during the first inning against Presbyterian College at Doug Kingsmore Stadium in Clemson.

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