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Heels' prospect stymies Eagles

Andrew Miller never said a word during his job interview. Good thing for him, no talking was necessary. Benji Johnson's catcher's mitt spoke volumes. Miller, a North Carolina junior projected by Baseball America to be the top pick in next month's Major League Baseball first-year player draft, was popping leather from the start with his mid-90s fastball Thursday night. He allowed two hits over eight innings and set a school record for career strikeouts as No. 5 UNC defeated Boston College 7-1. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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