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Video: Adam Greenberg on the Today Show
In Adam Greenberg’s first major-league at-bat with the Chicago Cubs in 2005, he was drilled in the head by a 92-mile-an-hour fastball on the first...

Adam Greenberg Signs With The Marlins
Former Tar Heel Adam Greenberg will get his one more at bat as the Miami Marlins have offered Greenberg a one-day contract. Greenberg's MLB debut...

Adam Greenberg gets second chance
Seven years, two months and 24 days after Greenberg's major league career began and seemed over on just one pitch, the 31-year-old outfielder is to...

Andrew Miller well suited to bullpen role
A starter for most of his career, Andrew Miller has excelled exclusively out of the bullpen this year. The lefty is 3-1 with a 3.29...

Local writers name Seatle's Kyle Seager the team's 2012 MVP
Third baseman Kyle Seager was voted the team’s Most Valuable Player, hitting .258 heading into weekend play with a team-high 18 home runs and team-best...

Q&A with Bryant Gaines
Former UNC pitcher Bryant Gaines was announced earlier this month as the newest addition to the Diamond Heels coaching staff. Inside Carolina stopped by Gaines's...

Kyle Seager does his version of Manny Machado fake
Watching the Mariners' game last night, you might have had a feeling of deja vu in the fourth inning, when Kyle Seager made a very...

Weekend Wrap: September 17
If you’re a Carolina football fan, you’ve seen a little bit of everything since Mack Brown left for Texas. But you should never say, “Now...

Man, hit by baseball at Boshamer Stadium during NCAA regional, dies of resulting injuries
Lazarus King Stallings III, better known as Kay, died Sept. 13, 2012, at the University of North Carolina Hospital from complications caused by an accident...

What to watch: Matt Harvey vs. Nationals
Matt Harvey threw his fastball at its lowest strike rate in his last start against the Cardinals (57 percent) and gave up his most baserunners...

Answering some FAQs about ACC’s addition of Notre Dame
The Irish will remain an independent in football, but has a contractual commitment to play five regular-season games each season against ACC opponents. The games...

ACC Accepts Notre Dame as New Member
The Atlantic Coast Conference Council of Presidents has unanimously voted to accept the University of Notre Dame as a new member. The Irish will compete...

Chris Iannetta has helped power Angels' playoff push
Five months into a season interrupted for almost three months by wrist and forearm injuries, Chris Iannetta is finally rewarding Angels GM Jerry Dipoto with...

Adam Greenberg trying comeback
Former Chicago Cubs outfielder Adam Greenberg is willing to try anything to return to baseball, which is why he's going along with a filmmaker's website...

Detroit Tigers recall Luke Putkonen
In the midst of a tight pennant race, the Detroit Tigers have used the expanded September rosters to add a reliever from their farm system...

Bryant Gaines Named Assistant Baseball Coach
Former University of North Carolina pitcher and a member of four-straight College World Series teams, Bryant Gaines is the Tar Heels' newest assistant baseball coach,...

Mets' Matt Harvey beginning to understand keys to success
Matt Harvey whisked through the minors with a voice in his ear. The voice belonged to Don Carman, a former big-league pitcher who serves as...

Tar Heels Earn September Call Ups
Daniel Bard, Tim Federowicz and Adam Warren were all recalled by their respective teams this weekend. Daniel Bard joined the Red Sox after making 31...

Tar Heels Have Summer League Success
Several Tar Heels earned recognition for their efforts during summer league action this week as several of the leagues announced their all-star teams. In the...

Dustin Ackley contributing with his glove
Ackley has had a tough time at the plate this season, with his current 0-for-9 drought taking his average down to .228. But he currently...

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