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Preview: Chapel Hill/Tucson


The Tar Heels have been one of the nation's perennial powers for years, but somehow they've flown a little under the radar this spring. This is a very balanced club despite some offensive numbers that won't impress observers too much. UNC is hitting .279 as a team with third baseman Colin Moran, who's finally back from injury, leading the way with a .362 average, three homers and 34 RBIs. (Perfect Game)


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