According to Clemson head baseball coach Monte Lee Clemson, center fielder Bryce Teodosio has suffered a broken wrist and will be out until at least the beginning of May, and possibly even the season.
Teodosio’s injury happened on a diving catch in the rivalry series with South Carolina. It was a beautiful play that preserved what was, at that point in the game, a no hitter by Sam Weatherly.
Teodosio is a junior from Simpsonville. He had made six starts in eight games prior to the injury. He was hitting .167 and has 16 putouts in the outfield.
He came into this season hitting .200 with 13 homers, 12 doubles, and 42 RBI over 92 games, with 78 of those being starts.
This is not news Tiger fans would want to hear. Especially since this Clemson team has been unlucky on the injury front. They have already lost multiple pitchers to injuries and James Parker missed games a couple weeks ago due to an injury. Even a Teo that is struggling offensively provides the kind of defense in CF that isn’t easily replaced.