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Broadcasting Information For Mid-Week Games

By Scott Rhymer
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Tiger Baseball, and the Road To Omaha, continues this week as Clemson travels to Athens today to play Georgia and returns home vs. Presbyterian at Doug Kingsmore Stadium on Wednesday.

The radio broadcast for both games will be provided by the Flagship Station for Clemson Sports, WCCP 104.9 FM. You can listen via the radio or stream the audio from http://www.wccpfm.com/

If you do not have access to a computer or radio, you can download the Tune In App (it is free) for your Droid, Blackberry, or IPhone/IPad and choose WCCP 104.9 FM. This will allow you to stream the audio from the game on your smart phone.

Don Munson will give play by play in Athens tonight with Roy Philpott offering color analysis. Roy Philpott will give play by play for Wednesday's game with Scott Rhymer offering color analysis. You can reach Roy and Scott during the game at their respective Twitter sites:@royphilpott and @Tigerpregame

Broadcast time for Tuesday's game vs. Georgia is 6:30 with first pitch at 7:00 from Foley Field.
Broadcast time for Wednesday's game is 6:00 with first pitch at 6:30.

Tuesday’s game at Georgia will televised live by CSS, while Wednesday’s game against Presbyterian College will be available live via webcast on TigerCast at ClemsonTigers.com. Live stats will be available at ClemsonTigers.com for both games as well.

Clemson and Georgia have met 220 times on the diamond, with Georgia holding a 117-101-2 lead in the series dating back to 1900. The two teams have played at least one game every year since 1959. Georgia is Clemson’s second-most-played rival in history, trailing only South Carolina (298).

Last season, the Tigers won both games of the home-and-home series by scores of 11-5 (in Clemson) and 5-2 (in Athens). In 2010, Clemson also won both games by scores of 15-5 (in Athens) and 14-6 (in Clemson). Therefore, the Tigers have won four games in a row in the series after the Bulldogs had won the previous four meetings. The two teams have not split their season series since the 2006 campaign.


The Bulldogs hold a 68-43 advantage in games played at Georgia. Jack Leggett has a 23-16 record against Georgia as Clemson’s head coach, including a 9-13 record at Foley Field. Leggett was also 3-12 against the Bulldogs as Western Carolina’s head coach, meaning he is 26-28 all-time against Georgia.

Georgia will start freshman righthander David Sosebee (2-0, 0.79 ERA) on the mound. The Cleveland, GA native has made four starts and one relief appearance for a total of 11.1 innings pitched. He has allowed 10 hits (.250 opponents’ batting average) and one walk with one strikeout.

The Tigers will counter with freshman righty Daniel Gossett (1-2, 6.60 ERA) on Tuesday. The Lyman, SC native has made five relief appearances and two starts for a total of 15.0 innings pitched. He has surrendered 15 hits (.259 opponents’ batting average) and seven walks with 18 strikeouts.
Go Tigers!

Scott Rhymer can be reached at scottrhymer.tps@gmail.com

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