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Tar Heels and Gamecocks to Continue Baseball Rivalry Game in Charlotte for 2018 & 2019

The annual baseball rivalry game between the University of North Carolina and the University of South Carolina will continue to be played at BB&T Ballpark in 2018 and 2019. South Carolina will be the home team on Tuesday, April 3, 2018 with first pitch scheduled for 7:05 p.m. UNC is the designated host for the 2019 contest on a date to be determined. (GoHeels.com)

Tar Heels Bring Happy HEELoween To Hospital

The annual HEELoween party on Tuesday afternoon brought Halloween fun to patients at UNC Children's Hospital. Tar Heel student-athletes helped to decorate the hospital's Pediatric Play Atrium then played games and did crafts with patients who could come to the party, and visited rooms to meet with some of those who couldn't. (GoHeels.com)

North Carolina Announces 2018 Baseball Schedule

Home series against ACC foes Florida State, Wake Forest, Georgia Tech, Pittsburgh and Virginia Tech, a road-neutral-home series with East Carolina and three other games in Triple-A parks highlight the 2018 UNC baseball schedule. Carolina will face nine teams that competed in last season's NCAA tournament, including CWS participants FSU and Louisville. (GoHeels.com)

Vote: Does North Carolina or Arizona State have a better NFL/MLB/NBA trio?

It's time to round out the Final Four. Both trios from North Carolina and Arizona State include veteran leaders who have had plenty of career-defining moments. UNC: Julius Peppers, Carolina Panthers, Andrew Miller, Cleveland Indians, Vince Carter, Sacramento Kings; ASU: Terrell Suggs, Baltimore Ravens, Dustin Pedroia, Boston Red Sox, James Harden, Houston Rockets. (NCAA.com)

MLB catcher Chris Iannetta discusses baseball, wine

Chris Iannetta has had quite the Major League Baseball career. He just wrapped up his eleventh season with his fourth team, the Arizona Diamondbacks. “It was just one of those things that you were trying to get to the next level and I was able to go to UNC and then get drafted. To imagine that I would play 11 seasons in major-league baseball I don’t think I would ever believe it." (Turn To 10)

UNC Baseball Fall World Series Review

North Carolina baseball's Fall World Series has come and gone, and we now have a better feel for what to expect in the spring. Here is a brief rundown of your Diamond Heels. Big Bat: Kyle Datres — There were some big shoes to fill with Logan Warmoth and Brian Miller departing, but Datres is poised to fill the role nicely. His 51 RBIs paced the Tar Heels in 2017. (Argyle Report)

Blue Team Wins UNC's Fall World Series With A 3-1 Win On Sunday

The Blue team took a 2-0 lead in the first inning and never trailed on the way to a 3-1 win over Navy to win North Carolina baseball's Fall World Series on Sunday afternoon at Boshamer Stadium. Blue took the opening game of the series on Friday night before Navy forced Sunday's deciding, winner-take-all game with a win on Saturday. (GoHeels.com)

Kyle Datres' Hot Bat Powers Navy By Blue On Saturday In UNC Fall World Series

Kyle Datres' hot bat led the Navy squad to a 5-2 win over Blue on Saturday, setting up a FWS winner-take-all finale on Sunday. Datres homered twice while going 3-3 with three RBI and two runs scored. Taylor Sugg gave up one run in 5.0 innings of work to pick up the win. After Michael Busch drew a one-out walk in the first, Datres ripped a home run to left for an early 2-0 lead. (GoHeels.com)

Zack Gahagan Powers Blue To Game One Win In UNC Fall World Series

Zack Gahagan clubbed a pair of two-run home runs as Blue beat Navy 5-3 in the opening game of the UNC Baseball Fall World Series Friday at Boshamer Stadium. Cooper Criswell went six innings to get the win on the mound, with Caden O'Brien and Kyle Blendinger combining for three shutout innings of relief. Game two of the three-game series starts Saturday at noon. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Baseball Fall World Series Opens Friday At The Bosh

Carolina baseball's annual Fall World Series begins with the first of three intrasquad contests Friday, Oct. 13, at 6 p.m. at Boshamer Stadium. Action will continue Saturday at noon before the series finale Sunday at 1 p.m. In addition to the Fall World Series, this weekend also marks the program's annual Old Leaguer's reunion as well as UNC's parents' weekend. (GoHeels.com)

One bad pitch shows the world Indians' Andrew Miller is human

Andrew Miller is one of the most thoughtful, accountable players in the game, so it was entirely in character when he stood at his locker late Sunday night and embraced the role of stand-up guy. Painful as his outing was, Miller owned every bit of it. He replayed the confrontation for reporters and reflected on his decisions and lack of execution for more than 10 minutes. (ESPN.com)

Scott Boras’ plan to resurrect Matt Harvey’s career

With so few sure things and the likelihood of a lowered payroll, the Mets will need a few question marks — perhaps more than a few — to turn into exclamation points. For example, what if Matt Harvey could return to being even 80 percent of vintage Matt Harvey? Yeah, not probable. The guy just ballooned from a 2.71 ERA in 2015 to 4.86 in 2016 to 6.70 in 2017. (New York Post)

Andrew Miller: This Is Believeland

Andrew Miller: While no one ever imagined that we would win that many games in a row, no one was surprised by it. And since then I’ve been thinking a little bit about why that was. I think it comes down to composure, confidence and the desire we all have to get better as a group every day. We know what we have here, and that we are a good team from top to bottom. (The Players' Tribune)

Four Tar Heels Playing in MLB Postseason

Tuesday night's 8-4 win by the New York Yankees in the American League Wild Card Game kicked off the 2017 MLB Postseason, and former UNC standout Adam Warren is one of four Tar Heels on teams that made the playoffs this season. Cleveland, last year's AL champion, features 2006 National Pitcher of the Year and all-time Carolina great Andrew Miller. (GoHeels.com)

Indians reliever Andrew Miller returns to health, ready to have fun in the postseason

Andrew Miller is looking to once again have fun in the 2017 Major League Baseball playoffs on an Indians team that posted a 102-60 record, won the American League Central Division title and earned home-field advantage in the first two rounds of the postseason. “I feel good,” said Miller, who has battled patellar tendonitis in his right knee. "I feel like I can still be better." (Akron Beacon Journal)

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