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FSU baseball game thread: Clemson, Monday 7 PM

The Seminoles have a chance to take the rubber match and the series against the top-five opponent.

Nick Derr
Ross Obley

A day after Florida State ran away with a 7-3 win over No. 4 Clemson in Tallahassee, the series is on the line in a primetime rubber match between the two teams.

In what will be FSU’s first nationally televised game of the season, the Seminoles will throw freshman Drew Parrish as they look to add a much-needed series win over a high-caliber foe.

The game is set for a 7 PM start on ESPNU and, as always, will have a radio broadcast on 106.1 FM in Tallahassee as well as online at

Starting Lineups


Taylor Walls, SS

Dylan Busby, 3B

Jackson Lueck, LF

Quincy Nieporte, DH

Cal Raleigh, C

Drew Mendoza, 1B

Rhett Aplin, RF

Matt Henderson, 2B

J.C. Flowers, CF


Chase Pinder, CF

Redd Rohlman, LF

Logan Davidson, SS

Seth Beer, RF

Chris Williams, C

Andrew Cox, 1B

Weston Jackson, DH

Grayson Byrd, 3B

Jordan Greene, 2B

Pitching Matchup

Florida State

Drew Parrish (2-2, 5.20 ERA)


Pat Krall (6-0, 3.09 ERA)

If you are unable to watch or listen, Tomahawk Nation will be in attendance, providing updates in the comments section at the bottom of the page.