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Kyle Seager not eager to talk about his player of the week honor

For the second time this season, Kyle Seager was named the player of the week in the American League. His reward for the achievement — a wrist watch from Major League Baseball, so now he’ll have two. “It’s a really nice watch,” Seager said. “A little too fancy to wear. That’s for the shelf in the man cave.” (Seattle Times)

Kyle Seager named American League player of the week

Kyle Seager has been named the American League player of the week for the week ending on June 29. It’s the second time this season he’s garnered the award. Seager shared the award for April 21-27 with Chicago’s Jose Abreu. Giants’ pitcher Tim Lincecum was named the National League player of the week after throwing the second no-hitter of his career. (Seattle Times)

Omaha Eight: Picking the 2015 CWS field

The Tar Heels didn't have a 2014 campaign to remember, but this should be a vastly improved and more experienced club in '15. For starters, the Tar Heels welcome back a bulk of their offensive lineup with Wood Myers and Skye Bolt, among others, as headliners. But the biggest returning starter is Landon Lassiter, who hit .305 last season, and will return to college for another season. (Perfect Game)

UNC Baseball 2014 Season Recap

The 2014 North Carolina baseball team finished 35-27 and advanced to the NCAA Championship for the 13th consecutive season, where the Tar Heels defeated No. 2 Florida in the NCAA Gainesville Regional. Below is a list of team and individual honors accomplished during the 2014 season. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Finishes Fourteenth in Director's Cup Standings

UNC finished fourteenth in the final 2013-2014 Division I Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Standings, the National Association of College Directors of Athletics announced Friday. Carolina compiled a total 976 points, led by the women’s tennis team with a second-place finish of 90 points. (Chapelboro.com)

Kyle Seager works himself onto All-Star radar

A case could be made for Kyle Seager to make a late All-Star push at third base as he's posted some of the best numbers in baseball in the last few weeks. Seager has hit .391 with eight runs, six doubles, three home runs and 15 RBIs over his last 12 games. He's tied for eighth among all AL hitters in RBIs with 54 and leads the Mariners with 12 home runs. (MLB.com)

Chaz Frank moving up the Blue Jays ladder

Lansing, Michigan is a long way from home for former Central Davidson and University of North Carolina star Chaz Frank. But in terms of his goals as a professional baseball player, he's right where he needs to be. So, for him, that is a good thing. Frank was drafted in the 20th round in 2013 by the Toronto Blue Jays and assigned to their short-season Class A franchise in Vancouver, Canada. (Lexington Dispatch)

Dustin Ackley To Be Inducted Into Omaha Hall Of Fame

One of the best hitters in Atlantic Coast Conference history, Dustin Ackley holds the College World Series career record with 28 hits and the sweet-swinging lefthander tallied a .412 batting average (28-for-68) in his career in Omaha. The first player ever to be named to the CWS All-Tournament Team on three occasions, Ackley was the first three-time All-American in University of North Carolina history. (GoHeels.com)

Daniel Bard Among Many MLB Pitchers Who Suddenly Lost Control

Daniel Bard’s downward spiral reached a new low Thursday, as the Texas Rangers released the 28-year-old pitcher following a dreadful stint with the organization’s Single-A affiliate in Hickory, N.C. Bard’s downfall is shocking considering how much promise he showed early in his career with the Boston Red Sox. (NESN)

Texas Rangers release Daniel Bard

The Texas Rangers ended on Thursday the attempt to revive the career of former major-league reliever Daniel Bard. Bard, 28, was unable to conquer the control problems that have sabotaged his career. With Hickory of the low Class A South Atlantic League. Bard retired only two of the 18 hitters faced. He allowed nine walks and hit seven batters. (Dallas Morning News)

Kyle Seager riding Safeco success wave

Seattle Mariners third baseman Kyle Seager batted .238 with 13 home runs over 638 at-bats in his first three seasons at Safeco Field. Seager is batting .311 this season in 35 games at Safeco and already has nine homers in 119 at-bats. Seager had 33 RBIs in 80 games at Safeco last season. This year, he already has 30. (Tacoma News Tribune)

Outfielder Zach Daly transferring from UNC

Zach Daly is looking for a new college baseball team after playing the past two seasons at North Carolina. The outfielder said Tuesday that UNC coach Mike Fox granted Daly’s release about two weeks ago. Daly has been in touch with several Division II programs but is undecided where he will end up. Daly’s reason for transferring is “just to get more playing time so I can play every day,” he said. (Gaston Gazette)

UNC New Media Honored For Broadcast

UNC's New Media Office, part of the University of North Carolina Department of Athletics, was honored recently at the 2014 College Sports Media Awards in Atlanta. UNC won an award for Outstanding Live Game and Event Production in the Collegiate Athletics division, specifically honoring a broadcast that was part of the 2013 NCAA Baseball Regional. (GoHeels.com)

Will Adam Warren crack the Yankees' rotation?

General manager Brian Cashman has suggested several times (including Monday) that Adam Warren could be an option. And Joe Girardi suggested Tuesday that he might be close to considering that. Adam Warren, who has a 2.19 ERA in 30 relief appearances, was a starting pitcher all the way through his minor league career. He even started one game for the Yankees in 2012 and two last season. (ESPN.com)

Daniel Bard, now in Single-A, still having control problems

It wasn't long ago that hard-throwing right-hander Daniel Bard was one of the most dominant relievers in baseball. Bard, now 28, ran into some control problems when Boston moved him into the rotation in 2012, walking 43 while striking out only 38 in 59 1/3 innings. A stint in the minors didn't do him any good. In fact, the control problems only got worse. (CBS Sports)

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