COLUMBIA, SC - Former Clemson pitcher Tyler Jackson is now a pro. Jackson agreed to a free agent deal with the Seattle Mariners today.
Jackson was graduate transfer and in his final season of baseball he went 9-1 with 3.56 ERA for Clemson.
The Piedmont native and USC Upstate product became the first Clemson pitcher to a throw a two hit shutout in a NCAA tournament game. Jackson did that against Vanderbilt on June 4th.
The Tigers went 13-0 when Jackson started.
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