Raiders first baseman, pitcher, and more commits to Clemson for baseball in 2016
KUSA — The Clemson Tigers will welcome Regis Jesuit Raiders’ Travis Marr to their squad after he graduates next Spring. The soon-to-be senior announced earlier today that he has verbally committed to the school and thanked all who helped him get to where he is in baseball.
Marr played 22 games in his junior season recording a .382 batting average, 11 runs, and 12 RBI’s. His fielding percent is .97 and only recorded two errors last season.
Also pitching for the Raiders, Marr had a 3.68 ERA and struck out 30 batters last season. He is one of nine graduating seniors for the team this year, including North Carolina commit, pitcher Bo Weiss.
The Raiders went 12-13 last season, losing in the second round of playoffs to Grandview 9-4.