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Success for Yankees' Adam Warren likely to keep him in bullpen

Adam Warren has grabbed the Yankees' seventh-inning role, manager Joe Girardi said before Friday's game against the Rays. That news might not exactly have been surprising. A converted starter, Warren has been stellar out of the bullpen, posting a 1.72 ERA over 15.2 innings. Warren has "been very important to our bullpen," Girardi said. (NJ.com)

Welcome To The Majors: Mike Morin

Mike Morin made his Major League debut with the Angels this past week, and we got to talk to him prior to going to the mound for the first time. We talk about his journey to the show, including some nicknames, and what he has in store for the future. (Inside the Halos)

Brewers promote Rob Wooten to fortify bullpen

Rob Wooten understands it's likely this big league stint won't last very long, but he intends to make it very hard for the Brewers to make that decision, if they are thinking of sending him back down anytime soon. Wooten, who was up with the Brewers from April 13-20, is ready and willing as he joins a bullpen that has swelled to eight relievers. (MLB.com)

Benton Moss Earns Academic Honor For Second Year

Junior Benton Moss, a pitcher on the North Carolina baseball team, has earned Capital One Academic All-District honors for the second year in a row. To be a candidate for the award, announced Thursday, a player must have a cumulative GPA of 3.3 or better and be a starter or key reserve on his team. (GoHeels.com)

Carolina Baseball Team Resting, Reloading For Postseason Push

The Diamond Heels are in the midst of a six-day exam break. But the Carolina baseball team will be back in action next Tuesday for a critical stretch of games in an unfamiliar position: fighting for the postseason. It was another anemic offensive display for the UNC bats Tuesday against East Carolina. The Tar Heels had hoped they’d hit their stride after a three-game sweep of Virginia Tech. (Chapelboro.com)

6-day exam break timely for Tar Heel baseball

The North Carolina baseball team headed into their final game against East Carolina carrying a four-game winning streak, seemingly carrying a bit of momentum. But baseball isn't a game of momentum, and after an error-plagued 1-0 shutout courtesy of the left hand of Reid Love, UNC was thankful to be looking at a six-day exam break. (Daily Tar Heel)

Astros righty Alex White progressing in rehab

Called "the forgotten man" by general manager Jeff Luhnow, Astros pitcher Alex White took a huge step forward in his recovery process from Tommy John surgery Tuesday by throwing two innings in a game at extended spring training in Kissimmee, Fla. Luhnow said the Astros were pleased with what they saw from White, who had the ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow repaired a little more than a year ago. (MLB.com)

ECU Shuts Out UNC, 1-0

Reid Love outdueled Taylore Cherry and the East Carolina lefty's complete-game shutout beat North Carolina 1-0 Tuesday night at Boshamer Stadium. Love allowed just five hits over nine innings and didn't walk a batter as the Tar Heels were shut out for the first time in 2014. Cherry (0-1) scattered eight hits and allowed just one run in 6.0 solid innings of work. (GoHeels.com)

Tar Heel Baseball Hosts East Carolina Tuesday

North Carolina plays for the final time before a six-day final exam break when the Tar Heels host East Carolina Tuesday at 6 p.m. at Boshamer Stadium. Tuesday’s contest is the second in a home-and-home series that opened last Tuesday, a 3-2 Pirate win in Greenville. Carolina is 27-18 on the year and has won four straight after a three-game sweep of Virginia Tech last weekend. (GoHeels.com)

This Week With Mike Fox

At the time of the game against the Tar Heels – Liberty had 30 wins with a strong RPI. How important are quality wins heading down the stretch to the post-season? Mike Fox: “Down the stretch here they are all extremely important to us in the position that we are in. The losses that we have accumulated during the course of the season, they make games down the stretch that much more critical." (Inside Carolina)

After hectic arrival, Michael Morin awaits debut

Michael Morin wanted to get to Yankee Stadium on Sunday after his recall from Triple-A Salt Lake City before anyone changed their mind. The Gulls were playing in Reno when Morin got the news. He had to fly to Salt Lake and change planes, but that flight was delayed two hours. Heavy traffic in New York delayed him again, and he arrived at the stadium via taxi 45 minutes before game time. (MLB.com)

Kyle Seager Named American League Co-Player Of The Week

Kyle Seager has been absolutely scorching at the plate in the past week, going 9-for-22 with 11 RBI behind five home runs. Seager’s hot bat is being noticed around Major League Baseball and is exactly why he has been named the American League Co-Player of the Week for April 21-27. Seager tallied four straight multi-hit efforts and hit a home run in three games — including two multi-home run games. (CBS Seattle)

Monday Baseball Report

UNC is 43rd in the RPI. The Heels' best shot at improving that number comes when FSU comes to town on May 9-11. UNC then faces Miami in Coral Gables the following weekend. A series win against one of those teams would be nice and even finishing 3-3 in ACC play and above .500. In addition to that, UNC handling the midweek non-conference slate is an absolute necessity. (Tar Heel Blog)

Mike Fox: ‘Every Game is Critical’ as Tar Heels Host Pirates

The North Carolina baseball team, 27-18 overall and 13-11 in ACC play, will be looking to continue its four-game winning streak when welcoming East Carolina, 27-18 on the season and 13-8 in Conference USA action, to Boshamer Stadium Tuesday for a 6 p.m. first pitch. UNC slugger Skye Bolt says unlike most seasons, the Diamond Heels don’t have to automatic firepower to mow down opponents. (Chapelboro.com)

Reilly Hovis Named ACC Pitcher Of The Week

Miami's Zack Collins has been recognized as the Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball Player of the Week, while North Carolina's Reilly Hovis and NC State's Carlos Rodon earned Co-Pitcher of the Week honors. Hovis allowed just one hit over 5.0 innings on the week, registering three saves and a win as the Tar Heels beat No. 30 Liberty and swept its ACC series against Virginia Tech. (GoHeels.com)

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