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Former Tar Heel cherishes trips to World Series

If the St. Lucie Mets make a second-half run to the Florida State League playoffs, the club may look to Seth Williams for some timely hitting. During his four-year collegiate career at the University of North Carolina, the outfielder swung the bat the best when it meant the most, posting outstanding postseason numbers. He hit safely in 30 of 36 games, batting .351 (46-for-131) with three home runs and 20 RBIs. (Sebastian Sun)


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