Saturday, February 20, 2016

Meet Larry Coker, Oldest Living Clemson Baseball Player

Meet Larry Warren Coker, former Clemson Tiger catcher, and the newest addition to The Vault's Wall of Fame. At 94 years old, Larry is the oldest living Clemson Baseball player (Class of 1942). Years ago he was honored to throw the first pitch at a Clemson home game. Thank you for your support Larry, and thanks to Jean for sending the great photos!


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