North Carolina pitcher gives his dad a CWS surprise

Tim Criswell still feels numbness in his right arm as a result of the cracked collarbone he sustained 11 months ago in a bicycle accident that left him in a medically induced coma for three weeks. On Saturday at the College World Series, Criswell sat behind UNC's dugout and watched his son Cooper play an unexpected, starring role as the Tar Heels beat Oregon State. (

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