Jacob Stallings Goes on Day Three of Draft
Wednesday, June 08, 2011
Junior catcher Jacob Stallings became the fifth Tar Heel to be drafted in the 2011 MLB Draft on Wednesday when he was selected in the 42nd round by the Cincinnati Reds. The Brentwood, Tenn., native owns a .285 average on the year with 51 runs scored and 38 RBI but has flashed one of the top arms in the country this season throwing out a single-season record 31 attempted base-stealers. (Inside Carolina)
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