Clemson University

April 15, 2009 9:24 PM

Parker stays hot but misses record; still, Tigers roll to win

Kyle Parker supposedly had his shoes off, ready to be pinch-hit for, when Clemson coach Jack Leggett received word Parker was one hit shy of tying the school record for consecutive hits in official at-bats.

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