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White provides UNC with golden new arm


Carolina lost between $5 and $10 million in pitching from last year's College World Series team, yet the Tar Heels have returned to throw the ball as well as they did a year ago. Andrew Miller, one of the two UNC pitchers to go in the first round of the Major League Baseball draft last June, threw six scoreless innings for the Detroit Tigers two weeks ago. Yet the 6-foot-6 Miller could not have done any better than 6-3 freshman Alex White did on Saturday against Virginia at the ACC Tournament in Jacksonville, Fla. (Carolina Blue)


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