Clemson Edges Oklahoma State To Advance
CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) — Kyle Parker didn’t get angry or pout when he was sent to the bench for the two most important games of Clemson’s season.
Mired in a slump, the former cleanup hitter, tried to stay focused and prepared.
“I told myself, ‘Whatever opportunity I got, I’m going to try to capitalize on it,’” said the sophomore outfielder, one of two contenders to be the Tiger football…
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