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Former 'Dog' Fronk comes close to series

Reid Fronk has had a few days to think about it, remember the experience and atmosphere of the College World Series. Earlier this week, Fronk and his North Carolina teammates were playing for college baseball’s national championship, a bunch of athletes who often toil in anonymity competing under the game’s brightest spotlight. “It’s pretty surreal,” said Fronk, a former Mankato MoonDogs player, after returning to the Chapel Hill campus. “When we first got (to Omaha, Neb.), it was pretty crazy, all the hoopla, signing autographs. It was everybody’s dream." (Mankatao Free Press)

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