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Nebraska baseball adds graduate transfer Alex Raburn from UNC

Nebraska baseball picks up senior graduate transfer Alex Raburn from the University of North Carolina, according to a report from HuskersOnline.com. Raburn is a utility player and started at all four infield positions his sophomore year. (KMTV)

For Kyle Seager, power was needed for him to find a role with Mariners

Kyle Seager hit his 20th home run of the year on Tuesday. That gave him his fifth season with 20 or more homers, something that only five others – Ken Griffey Jr., Jay Buhner, Edgar Martinez, Raul Ibanez and Alex Rodriguez – have done in Mariners history. “That’s definitely an accomplishment for me. It’s something I didn’t think I would be able to do." (MyNorthwest.com)

Kyle Seager is baseball’s unsung hero

He’s a big reason the Seattle Mariners have been in contention all season, and he will be a big reason for their success if they make it to the playoffs. I am of course talking about Kyle Seager. His reputation preceded him before his call-up to the big club in 2011. He was an athletic, glove-first guy who could draw walks. (Today's Knuckleball)

UNC Pitching Coach Bryant Gaines Named Assistant at Liberty

New Liberty baseball coach Scott Jackson has announced the addition of Bryant Gaines as an assistant coach. Gaines joins the Liberty staff after four seasons as a member of the North Carolina coaching staff. A former UNC pitcher and member of four consecutive College World Series teams, Gaines assisted in all aspects of the Tar Heels’ program. (Augusta Free Press)

Summer Baseball Dispatches: Kyle Datres

Kyle Datres: I am here in Baltimore, Maryland, playing for the Redbirds in the Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League with fellow Tar Heels Utah Jones and Cole Aker. We just finished our 40-game regular season in first place, and we are starting the playoffs now. We have all had great and successful summer seasons. I can’t wait to get back to the Bosh. (GoHeels.com)

Pitcher Adam Warren Happy to Be Back With Yankees

Seven months after he was traded, Adam Warren is a Yankee again, having arrived in the clubhouse Tuesday, a day after he was reacquired as part of a package the team received for closer Aroldis Chapman. “It kind of feels like home,” Warren said. “I enjoyed my time in Chicago. It just didn’t work out. I’m happy to come back somewhere that I’m comfortable.” (New York Times)

UNC Olympic sports and the impact of the ACC Network

As Cunningham says in the video above, the ACC Network will give the Olympic teams at UNC much more exposure. The network will allow for fans, family, and recruits to watch these teams from anywhere in the world. This certainly will help in recruiting new athletes. It will show recruits, who may not be able to easily get to Chapel Hill, all that UNC has to offer. (Tar Heel Blog)

Mariners’ Kyle Seager on his brother, Dodgers’ Corey Seager: ‘There’s competitiveness there’

Born seven years apart, it’s hard to confuse Kyle Seager and his younger brother Corey for identical twins, until you see how the pair have fared at the plate this year. The Mariners third baseman heads into Tuesday’s action sporting a robust .283/.360/.522 batting average/on-base percentage/slugging percentage line. (Seattle Times)

Adam Warren traded back to Yankees, role still undecided

In making his recommendation to ownership, Brian Cashman knew the inclusion of Adam Warren in an Aroldis Chapman deal would be a significant selling point. "We got a Major League piece that was a high-performer for this franchise for the last few years," Cashman said. "That was important. I think I can represent that was important for Hal Steinbrenner.” (Lower Hudson Journal News)

Report: Yankees ‘close’ to trading Aroldis Chapman, will keep Andrew Miller

The New York Yankees have told teams they are close to making a trade that would ship out closer Aroldis Chapman, according to multiple reports. The Yankees, meanwhile, are planning to retain left-handed reliever Andrew Miller, according to reports. Reports indicate that the Nationals, Cubs, Giants and Indians are among the teams interested in Chapman. (ESPN.com)

Matt Harvey watches the Mets from his hospital bed while recovering from surgery

He has one less rib, but Matt Harvey is one step closer to getting back on the field. On Wednesday, Harvey tweeted a picture of himself lying in his hospital bed and watching the Mets-Cubs game while recovering from his surgery to address thoracic outlet syndrome. (ESPN.com)

Matt Harvey undergoes surgery for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Matt Harvey underwent surgery Monday in St. Louis to deal with symptoms of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Terry Collins said. The team had no immediate update on his condition, but he is expected to return for the 2017 season. The right-hander will miss the rest of this season. (New York Daily News)

Liberty Introduces Former UNC Assistant Scott Jackson as Head Baseball Coach

The Liberty baseball team officially has a new skipper, as the Flames introduced Scott Jackson as it's new head baseball coach Monday afternoon. Jackson served as the Flames' pitching coach in 2008. Since that time, he's been an assistant at North Carolina and helped the Tar Heels advance to three trips to the College World Series. (WDBJ 7)

UNC's Scott Jackson leaves dream program for dream position

Scott Jackson will leave North Carolina after eight years an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator to become the head baseball coach at Liberty University. For the 40-year-old, the move hits the mark exactly on a goal he set when he began coaching. “I always told myself I wanted to be a head coach by the time I was 40,” Jackson said. (WRAL Sports Fan)

UNC Baseball Assistant Scott Jackson Named Head Coach At Liberty

Scott Jackson, who spent eight seasons at North Carolina as assistant baseball coach and recruiting coordinator, was named head coach at Liberty University Sunday. Jackson came to Chapel Hill in 2008 after one season at Liberty and will replace former Flames head coach Jim Toman, who stepped down in June after nine seasons in Lynchburg. (GoHeels.com)

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