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Walston: Tap The Plate and Bring It Around


Some rituals seem silly, but others serve a specific purpose. Many hitters develop a specific ritual to help them focus at the plate. Tar Heel catcher Jacob Stallings (Yes, the son of Kevin Stallings, head basketball coach at Vanderbilt, Carolina's opponent in Game One of the College World Series) is no different. If you've seen Stallings bat once, you've seen his hitter's routine for every at-bat. (Tar Heel Blue)


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