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Video: Michael Busch Drills 2 Home Runs vs Florida State

North Carolina sophomore lefty Michael Busch hit his 6th and 7th home runs of the season in the Tar Heels' 16-8 win over No. 8 Florida State on Friday at Boshamer Stadium in Chapel Hill. Read More...

UNC And FSU Split Friday Double Header, Heels Outscore Noles 19-14

North Carolina and Florida State split Friday's exciting double header of what is likely a key ACC series for both teams. The Tar Heel offense, led by Michael Busch, continued its hot streak in game one of the double header, using the long ball three times in route to a 16-8 victory over No. 8 Florida State. At its conclusion, Carolina had scored 61 runs over the last five games. (GoHeels.com)

North Carolina baseball faces its toughest test of the season against Florida State

The North Carolina baseball team will embark on its toughest battle of the season this weekend when it takes on a formidable top-10 opponent. Friday, UNC opens a three-game home stand against No. 6 Florida State at Boshamer Stadium. The two teams have met 102 times, with the Seminoles sporting a 68-34 record in those matchups. (Daily Tar Heel)

Inclement Weather Forecast Alters Schedule for UNC Baseball Series vs. Florida State

Due to inclement weather in the forecast Saturday, the three-game series between the UNC baseball team and Florida State had its schedule altered Thursday. The Tar Heels and Seminoles will now play a doubleheader Friday at Boshamer Stadium, with the first game beginning at 3 p.m. and the second one starting approximately 30 minutes after its conclusion. (Chapelboro.com)

No. 7 Florida State looks for revenge in weekend baseball series at North Carolina

The last weekend series between North Carolina and Florida State did not go well for the Seminoles. Last year, the Tar Heels swept the three-game series in Tallahassee. FSU got a bit of revenge in the ACC Championship Game, but the sweep has stuck with those who were on last year's team and they wouldn't mind returning the favor, this time at UNC's stadium. (Tallahassee Democrat)

UNC Baseball hosts No. 8 Florida State In ACC Coastal Series

No. 27 North Carolina hosts No. 8 Florida State this weekend at Boshamer Stadium in a big ACC Coastal Division matchup. The Tar Heels enter the series tied for first with Duke at 4-2 while the Seminoles are just behind at 3-3. Games will be broadcast on ACC Network Extra and tickets are available at the door. Friday will be a double header starting at 3 p.m. (GoHeels.com)

Adam Warren proud to be a power bullpen's jack of all trades

This spring, versatility and depth have been two of New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone's buzzwords and right-handed pitcher Adam Warren fits the bill. Warren, who has filled any and every role the Yankees have asked him to step into over his five seasons in pinstripes. "I take a lot of pride in that. I think a lot of my value as a reliever comes from it," Warren said. (YES Network)

North Carolina baseball's hitters continue torrid pace in 13-1 win over Maryland

After getting shut out by Gardner-Webb on March 14 and sporting a modest 9-8 record, Mike Fox issued a challenge to his team. “Look, you want to keep doing this?” the North Carolina baseball team's head coach asked his players. “What kind of season do you want to have? Are we keep going to wallow in self-pity, or are we going to do something about it?” (Daily Tar Heel)

Prospect Q&A with Astros' J.B. Bukauskas

Houston Astros No. 3 prospect, J.B. Bukauskas: "(Spring Training has) been going good. Being at UNC, we had a lot of guys come back and give you an idea of what it'll be like. We have some Carolina guys here within the organization, which makes the transition easier. The days are longer than in college, but I guess that's what you should expect, it's your job now." (MLB.com)

Mets righty Matt Harvey ready for season after best outing of spring training

The Mets believe in what they have seen from Matt Harvey this spring. Following the worst year of his career, Harvey took strides forward during Grapefruit League play and appears ready to take the next step. The question remains if that step is closer to a No. 3 pitcher or a No. 5 pitcher, but either will be an upgrade. "I'm ready to head up north," Harvey said. (NorthJersey.com)

Diamond Heels Roll Past Maryland, 13-1

The UNC offense caught fire Tuesday to give the Diamond Heels a 13-1 win over visiting Maryland. Rodney Hutchison Jr. tossed seven innings to pick up his second straight victory. With the bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh, Michael Busch hit a ball well over the fence in right-center for a grand slam, his fifth home run of the year and first career grand slam. (GoHeels.com)

This Week with Mike Fox: Breaking Through

North Carolina baseball coach Mike Fox: "I think we challenged our guys after Wednesday’s performance. That was certainly extremely disappointing offensively. I think Ben Casparius' base hit on Friday with the bases loaded early to kind of break through there and give us a 2-1 lead sort of let the air out of our dugout and let our kids relax in the dugout." (Inside Carolina)

UNC Baseball Trounces Pitt 13-2 to Earn ACC Sweep

The North Carolina baseball team picked up its first ACC home-opening series sweep since 2011 with a 13-2 win over Pittsburgh in Sunday’s finale. UNC shortstop Ike Freeman led all hitters with four RBI. He and teammate Zach Gahagan each contributed three hits, and Michael Busch hit a mammoth home run and picked up his 27th RBI of the season. (Daily Tar Heel)

Austin Bergner Dominates As UNC Baseball Shuts Out Pitt, 4-0

Austin Bergner had a career day for the Tar Heels as the sophomore righty threw eight shutout innings while striking out 12 Panthers batters, both career highs, as the Heels took down Pittsburgh 4-0. The Heels got on the board early in the first inning and that's' all the run support that Bergner would need as Carolina clinched the series and moves to 3-2 in the ACC. (GoHeels.com)

Baum, Gahagan Power Diamond Heels Past Pitt, 15-3

The Tar Heels used a nine-run third inning to run away from Pittsburgh on Friday, 15-3, to take game one of the three-game series. Tyler Baum, now 10-0 in his career, picked up his third win of the season after throwing a career-high seven innings while only allowing two earned runs. Four Tar Heels had multi-RBI games, led by Zack Gahagan who went 2-4 with 5 RBI. (GoHeels.com)

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