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Orioles’ Andrew Miller turns the tables on former team

One wonders how occupants of the Tigers’ executive box felt when they saw Andrew Miller jog in from the bullpen Sunday to help extinguish their season. This same front office made Miller the Tigers’ first-round pick in June 2006. Within a few months, the lanky, hard-throwing left-hander from the University of North Carolina had ascended to the majors. (Detroit Free Press)

Andrew Miller gives Orioles an edge

The 6-foot-7-inch lefthander, who was traded from the Red Sox to Baltimore on July 31 for pitching prospect Eduardo Rodriguez, will garner much interest as a free agent this offseason. And he showed exactly why the Red Sox are among many teams who want Miller in their bullpen in 2015. (Boston Globe)

Peter Gammons: After years of adversity, Andrew Miller is a major weapon for O’s in October

Andrew Miller had just finished his freshman year at the University of North Carolina in the summer of 2004. He was pitching on a cool night in Chatham against Falmouth. He hit the leadoff batter, Jacoby Ellsbury. Twelve batters later, he was through the fourth inning and had struck out every one of those batters. Miller threw like a grocery cart rolling out of control down a ramp. Arms, legs. He threw hard. (Gammons Daily)

Fall World Series Rosters Announced

Seniors Benton Moss, Trevor Kelley and Chris McCue selected their rosters for the 2014 UNC Fall World Series, which is set to begin Friday, Oct. 3, at 5 p.m. Moss will captain the Blue team, while Kelley and McCue will lead the Navy squad. The first six Fall World Series games will be held at Boshamer Stadium and are open to the public for no charge. (GoHeels.com)

Q&A with Orioles player Andrew Miller

With the Baltimore Orioles starting their postseason run tonight, Assistant Sports Editor Pat James caught up with former North Carolina pitcher and current Orioles reliever Andrew Miller. Miller is UNC’s all-time leader in strikeouts and was selected by the Detroit Tigers with the sixth pick overall of the 2006 First Year Player Draft. (Daily Tar Heel)

Yankees’ Adam Warren puts seal on season

Adam Warren toed the rubber for the final time this baseball season. The New York Yankees’ relief pitcher, and New Bern native, pitched 1.1 innings in the season-finale on Sunday against the Boston Red Sox. It was also the final game for teammate Derek Jeter. Warren finished the season with a 2.97 ERA with three saves in 69 appearances. (New Bern Sun Journal)

UNC Baseball Powers Past Ontario In Exhibition

The North Carolina baseball team allowed just three hits in an exhibition victory over the Ontario Blue Jays on Tuesday at Boshamer Stadium. Wood Myers went 3 for 3 in the contest with an RBI, a stolen base and a run scored and Skye Bolt finished a triple shy of the cycle as he went 3 for 4 with two RBIs and three runs scored. (GoHeels.com)

Tar Heels Announce Full Fall World Series Schedule

The UNC baseball team has finalized its annual Fall World Series dates for 2014. In addition to the three games this weekend, the Tar Heels will play six other intrasquad exhibitions, including three at historic ballparks in the state. UNC will open play this weekend beginning at 5 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 3, 6 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 4, and 1 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 5. All three games are free to spectators. (GoHeels.com)

Mets’ Matt Harvey spotted at Yankee Stadium for Derek Jeter’s final home game

Mets rehabbing ace Matt Harvey is in the Bronx for Derek Jeter’s final home game. He was spotted in the stands by YES network cameras. The Mets are currently playing against the Nationals in Washington. “Must not be a Rangers game tonight,” Mets GM Sandy Alderson said. (New York Daily News)

Quick thoughts on offering Kyle Seager a contract extension

Based on his numbers this season, Kyle Seager will likely jump from the MLB minimum for his service time up to about $4 million next season. That’s deserving for an all-star level third baseman. And if his numbers continue to stay at that level, you can expect it jump up by about $2.5 to 3.5 million each season. So Seager could earn around $20-21 million over the next three seasons combined. (Seattle Times)

Kyle Seager builds on all-star season

Kyle Seager continues to progress as a front-line player in Major League Baseball. He hit his 25th home run Monday and upped his RBI total to 84 — both career highs. He’s played sparkling defense this season and has started the last 121 games. Seager was named to the American League All-Star team and has been the most consistent producer for Seattle. (Seattle Times)

Yankees' Adam Warren: Resurgence due to delivery tweak

Adam Warren is back, and a small tweak in his delivery is a big reason why. Warren shut down the Blue Jays en route to his third save of the season as the Yankees won, 5-3, Friday night. The 26-year-old struck out three and allowed no baserunners over the final 1 2/3 innings. It was just another part of a stellar September for the converted starter. He's got a 1.64 ERA in 11 innings this month. (NJ.com)

Ackley Homers Twice, Seager Once as Mariners Top Astros

Dustin Ackley hit two solo homers, and Mike Zunino and Kyle Seager each hit three-run shots as the Seattle Mariners cruised to a 10-5 win over the Houston Astros on Friday night. Ackley homered in the third and eighth innings for his second career multihomer game for the Mariners, who entered the day one game back for the second AL wild card spot. (Minneapolis Star Tribune)

Tar Heel Trio Headed To MLB Playoffs

Three former UNC baseball standouts are headed to the MLB playoffs after their teams clinched division titles this week. Andrew Miller and the Baltimore Orioles secure the AL East crown on Tuesday with a win over Toronto, while Chris Iannetta and Mike Morin of the Los Angeles Angels wrapped up the AL West title with a win and an Oakland loss on Wednesday. (GoHeels.com)

Gold Glove Candidate – Kyle Seager

We’ve all seen Kyle Seager turn into one of the offensive leaders of this Mariners club, but Manager Lloyd McClendon wants to make sure people do not ignore his glove work at the hot corner. Seager’s defense ranks not just second amongst American League third basemen, he ranks as the second-best defensive player in the American League. (MLB.com)

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