MLB Draft depletes UNC roster
Before the dust had settled on North Carolina's third straight run to the College World Series, several Tar Heel juniors were already entering into negotiations with MLB teams. The most biting of those contact signings came down the pipe in early August, as right fielder Tim Fedroff inked a deal with the Cleveland Indians, who drafted him in the seventh round of the MLB Draft. Fedroff was a key contributor to UNC's postseason run, batting 12-for-22 in NCAA Tournament games.
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(Daily Tar Heel)