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This Week in UNC Baseball with Mike Fox

Inside Carolina spoke with North Carolina Baseball head coach Mike Fox after his team's series victory over Virginia Tech. The Tar Heels (23-9, 8-7 ACC) play South Carolina in Charlotte on Wednesday before departing for a crucial ACC series at Virginia. (Inside Carolina)

Zac Gallen Named ACC Pitcher Of The Week

UNC’s Zac Gallen and Virginia’s Connor Jones were selected as ACC Co-Pitchers of the Week. Gallen struck out a career-high 13 batters and faced just three more than the minimum in a four-hit complete-game shutout win over Virginia Tech on Friday. His 13 strikeouts were the most by a Tar Heel since Matt Harvey struck out 15 at Clemson in 2010. (GoHeels.com)

Tar Heels-Gamecocks Baseball Game Moved To Wednesday

With thunderstorms in the forecast for the Charlotte area, Tuesday night's game between North Carolina and South Carolina at BB&T Ballpark has been postponed to Wednesday at 7:05 p.m. All tickets issued will be valid for Wednesday's game, which will pit two of the nation's top 15 teams against one another in the first of a two-year series. (GoHeels.com)

Newcomer Adam Warren provides a bridge in Cubs' 4-2 win

As well as Kyle Hendricks pitched Saturday night in his 2016 debut, manager Joe Maddon couldn't take any more chances after Brandon Drury hit a double with two out in the seventh inning. So Maddon called upon Adam Warren to preserve a two-run lead in his Chicago Cubs debut. (Chicago Tribune)

No. 11 Diamond Heels Drop Series Finale To Virginia Tech

Virginia Tech scored twice in the ninth and held on to take a 4-3 win over No. 11 North Carolina Sunday afternoon at Boshamer Stadium. After a Tyler Ramirez home run, Carolina loaded the bases with two outs before Cole Kragel got Eli Sutherland to foul out to end it. The Hokies snapped a 17-game losing streak with the victory. (GoHeels.com)

Bukauskas Lifts No. 11 UNC To 4-1 Win

J.B. Bukauskas carried a no-hitter into the sixth inning and struck out 13 to improve to 5-1 on the year as No. 11 North Carolina beat Virginia Tech 4-1 Saturday at Boshamer Stadium. Bukauskas struck out the side in three straight innings and allowed just two hits over 7.1 dominant innings. Eli Sutherland, Cody Roberts and Logan Warmoth drove in runs for the Tar Heels. (GoHeels.com)

Being a Moran is not an Insult

Colin Moran is a third baseman knocking on the door for a big league job. He seems to be flying under the radar, but he will likely make his debut this year and have more of an impact than many expect, if not this year, then certainly by next year. This is the sort of prospect who can sneak up on you and then, oops, end up having a solid 12 year career. (Fake Teams)

Zac Gallen Fans Thirteen In Complete Game Win

Zac Gallen struck out a career-high 13 batters en route to his second career complete game shutout as No. 11 UNC blanked Virginia Tech 6-0 Friday at Boshamer Stadium (Highlights). Gallen struck out the side in the ninth - reaching 200 career punchouts in the process - to improve to 4-2 on the season. Kyle Datres hit his first career home run for the Tar Heels. (GoHeels.com)

No. 11 UNC Baseball Welcomes Virginia Tech For Three

No. 11 North Carolina wraps a five-game homestand this weekend against Virginia Tech starting Friday at 7 p.m. at Boshamer Stadium. UNC is 21-8 and 6-6 in league play after splitting a pair of midweek games with High Point and UNC Asheville. Virginia Tech is in the midst of a 15-game losing streak. All three games this weekend will be broadcast on ESPN3. (GoHeels.com)

No. 11 Diamond Heels Fall To UNC Asheville, 3-2

Joe Tietjen made a diving catch for a game-ending double play to lift UNC Asheville to a 3-2 win over No. 11 North Carolina Wednesday at Boshamer Stadium. UNC loaded the bases with one out in the ninth before Tietjen robbed Tyler Ramirez of a potential game-winning hit and threw to second for the final out of the game. Logan Warmoth had two hits and an RBI to lead the Tar Heels. (GoHeels.com)

Yankees' Andrew Miller, UNC alum, on NCAA title game, basketball memories

Andrew Miller grew up in Gainesville, Fla., loving the Florida Gators, but he's been bleeding Tar Heel blue since starring at UNC in baseball from 2004-06. "I watch every Carolina game I can and this was a fun team to watch," he said. "Actually, the last two or three teams were fun. It's hard not to root for (UNC guard) Marcus Paige." (NJ.com)

Seven Tar Heels Open 2016 On MLB Rosters

Seven former North Carolina baseball standouts began the 2016 Major League Baseball season this week. Sixty-three Tar Heels have appeared at the Major League level dating back to Bob Lawson, who spent two seasons with Boston and Baltimore in 1901 and 1902. Here's a look at the current crop of UNC big leaguers: (GoHeels.com)

Catcher Chris Iannetta off to strong start for Mariners

Chris Iannetta came to the plate three times in the opening-day loss to the Rangers on Monday. And all three times he reached base, notching two singles and a walk in his first game as a Mariner. Iannetta knows he’s been a slow starter — hitting .093 in April last season. He’s hoping a good start with a new team could spur a bounce-back season. (Seattle Times)

No. 11 Diamond Heels Cruise Past High Point, 8-1

Tyler Ramirez's RBI triple highlighted a five-run first inning and No. 11 UNC rolled to an 8-1 win over visiting High Point Tuesday at Boshamer Stadium. All nine starters reached base for the Tar Heels, who improved to 14-1 in non-conference games. Ramirez and Tyler Warmoth had two hits apiece and Spencer Trayner picked up his second win. (GoHeels.com)

No. 7 Diamond Heels Drop Series Finale to Miami, 7-4

No. 2 Miami scored five times in the fifth inning and completed a three-game sweep of No. 7 North Carolina with a 7-4 win Sunday afternoon at Mark Light Field. Brian Miller had two doubles among his three hits and drove in three to lead the Tar Heels, who fell to 20-7 and 6-6 in league play with the loss. (GoHeels.com)

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