Clemson will hold its second Alumni Baseball Weekend on the weekend of the N.C. State football game on November 10,11. Over 150 former Clemson baseball players, coaches, managers, and trainers will be on hand for the reunion.
The schedule of events for the weekend includes a golf tournament (players, coaches, managers, and trainers only) at Boscobel Country Club on November 10 at 9:00 AM. Cost is $60 per person. The alumni will be available for an autograph session late Friday afternoon followed by batting practice for former players participating in the Alumni Game. The Alumni Game will take place at Doug Kingsmore Stadium after batting practice. Times for the events on Friday will be determined at a later date. The Alumni Game festivities are open and free to the public.
On Saturday, November 11 prior to the football game against N.C. State, there will be a tailgate picnic at Doug Kingsmore Stadium for the reunion attendees. The picnic will be 2.5 hours before kickoff time, which will be announced in late October. Tickets will also be available for baseball alumni and their families for the football game.
For more information, contact Roberta Balliet in the baseball office at (864) 656-1940 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Baseball Alumni Weekend Set for November 10
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