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Peaking at the plate


Seth Williams - and his North Carolina teammates - got hot at the right time. A pitching-rich team that only needed offense to establish itself as one of the best baseball squads in the country enters the College World Series hot at the plate. In five NCAA Tournament games, UNC has averaged 12.4 runs a game while outscoring its opponents 62-25. The fourth-seeded Tar Heels are hitting .403 in the postseason and have banged out 11 home runs. (Asheville Citizen-Times)


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