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The Insider Report

Each week The Clemson Insider brings you the latest Inside information on the Tigers in The Insider Report.  The latest on National Signing Day announcement.  What is the latest on John Simpson?What is the latest on Clemson’s impressive 2017 OL class?   89 more words

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Schmidt an inspiration to his teammates

Weston Wilson has seen this fight before. He watched his brother, Spencer, overcome cancer twice and survive. So when Clemson’s second baseman learned his teammate, Clate Schmidt, was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma last June, he wanted to make sure he helped Schmidt in anyway to overcome it. 700 more words

Football

Lee looks for pitchers that can execute

New head coach Monte Lee and new pitching coach Andrew See have their work cut out for them in their first year at Clemson.

The two must find the right combination on the mound to replace All-American and ACC Pitcher of the Year Matthew Crownover, as well as All-ACC pitcher Zach Erwin. 485 more words

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Schmidt appreciates being on the diamond

Clate Schmidt was back at practice on Friday, quite the story considering where the Clemson pitcher was at last June.

In early June, the Acworth, Ga., native was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, a cancer that starts in cells called lymphocytes, which are part of the body’s immune system. 162 more words

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Baseball preview: Pitching staff

As TCI prepares for the 2016 college baseball season, we begin our preseason coverage with a brief look at the 14 returning members of the 2015 Clemson pitching staff. 530 more words

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2016 MLB Draft Prospects – Clemson

SR RHP Clate Schmidt (2016)
rSR RHP Patrick Andrews (2016)
rJR RHP Wales Toney (2016)
rJR RHP Garrett Lovorn (2016)
JR LHP Alex Bostic (2016) 1,444 more words

2016 MLB Draft

Schmidt coming back to Clemson

It’s not often someone is happy they broke their nose, but Clate Schmidt is very thankful he did. If the Clemson pitcher had not broken his nose he might not be here today. 794 more words

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