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Pitcher plots a win

As a youngster, North Carolina baseball pitcher Robert Woodard was a chess prodigy of sorts. As a sixth-grader, Woodard was accomplished enough to win the equivalent of the North Carolina T-ball chess championship. He still plays but no longer in tournaments. Woodard's challenge today at 7 p.m. in Rosenblatt Stadium will be to help the Tar Heels put the king of ACC baseball -- Clemson -- in a state of check. (Raleigh News & Observer)


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