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Skye Bolt Back In Form After Strong Fall

In baseball, the best hitters are those that can keep an at-bat going by fouling off pitches before honing in on the best one. It's an especially important trait for a player on the Carolina baseball team - a team that works hard to limit strikeouts and maximize at-bats. Outfielder Skye Bolt fit well into that system before a foul ball to the foot forced him to the bench last spring. (GoHeels.com)

Tar Heels, Wolfpack to meet just once in 2014 baseball regular season

North Carolina and NC State will meet only once in the 2014 baseball regular season based on North Carolina’s schedule, which was released Monday. The teams, which met twice in the College World Series in June, will return to Durham Bulls Athletic Park for an April 15 matchup. With the expanded ACC, the teams rotated off each other’s schedules as far as ACC competition. (Burlington Times News)

2014 UNC Baseball Schedule Announced

The UNC baseball team will host 37 games at Boshamer Stadium and play 20 games against teams that reached last season's NCAA Championship as part of its 2014 schedule, head coach Mike Fox announced Monday. ACC matchups with Georgia Tech, Wake Forest, Virginia Tech, Florida State and league newcomer Pittsburgh highlight the home slate, which kicks off with a three-game set against College of Charleston Feb. 14-16. (GoHeels.com)

Fall World Series Wrapup

The Fall World Series concluded on Sunday with the Navy team completing its second straight sweep. With a fall of practice and live action complete, where does the team stand and what were the major takeaways? (Inside Carolina)

Freshman Joe Dudek flashes power in Fall World Series

Boshamer Stadium resounded with a deafening crack. The decisive home run, the product of brute, relentless force, came not from one of the usual North Carolina big names. The face behind the bat was freshman New Jersey-native Joe Dudek. But it was not his rookie status that commanded the attention of spectators, teammates and coaches. (Daily Tar Heel)

Navy Squad Sweeps UNC's Fall World Series

Buoyed by a four run first inning and a three run second, the Navy team took Sunday's game over the Blue team by a 12-2 margin, sweeping all six games of the 2013 Fall World Series to be crowned the FWS Champions. Junior right-hander Luis Paula took the mound for the Navy team, posting a solid six-inning outing, allowing just two runs on four hits. (GoHeels.com)

Around the Bases with Landon Lassiter

Landon Lassiter is UNC’s leading returning hitter in batting average and on-base percentage. This fall the sophomore is preparing to man third base next season. Can you discuss your preparations for the season playing in the field at third base? "Just going up to the Cape with the mindset to get really good over there and because maybe I will have a chance to play over there this year." (Inside Carolina)

Benton Moss Commands For UNC's Navy Squad

With three of the Tar Heels' returning starters, Skye Bolt, Michael Russell and Parks Jordan, the Navy squad had the offense to manufacture runs. But the story of Friday's opener was the pitching of junior Benton Moss. The Morehead-Cain scholar allowed just three hits and struck out eight in 5.0 innings of work. (GoHeels.com)

Tar Heel baseball enters fall looking to fill holes

The past weekend’s Fall World Series allowed the UNC coaching staff and fans alike to get an early glimpse of which players to expect big things from in the spring. An annual event, the Fall World Series is a two-weekend contest with six intrasquad games played between UNC players. The team’s seniors draft the two teams, simply referred to as the “Blue” and “Navy” teams. (Daily Tar Heel)

Fall World Series: Game 3 Notebook

The Navy Team completed its sweep of the Blue Team in the opening series of the Fall World Series on Sunday at Boshamer Stadium, as more interesting storylines emerged for the Diamond Heels. The Navy team dominated the first series, winning all three games in convincing fashion, outscoring the Blue team 28-15. (Inside Carolina)

Fall World Series: Game 2 Notebook

The Tar Heels have 15 freshmen on the Fall World Series rosters. With many significant roles for next spring up for grabs, there is a culture of competition that appears to be bringing out the best in the offense in the early going of the FWS. "That is what every coach wants - competition," coach Mike Fox stated after after Game 2. "In a perfect world we would have it at every position." (Inside Carolina)

Navy Slugs Its Way Past Blue In FWS Game Two

Tar Heel Baseball's Navy team took the second game of the 2013 Fall World Series on Saturday afternoon, courtesy of a 12-7 victory over the opposing Blue squad. Freshman pitcher Zac Gallen got the start for the Navy team and went seven solid innings to get the win. Both teams showed their offenses early, taking advantage of the young pitchers as they settled in. (GoHeels.com)

Moss Pitches UNC's Navy Team To Game One Victory

The Navy team took the first game of the North Carolina baseball Fall World Series 5-1 at Boshamer Stadium on Friday night. Junior right-handed pitcher Benton Moss got the win for the Navy squad. He worked a dominant 5.2 innings, allowing just one unearned run on three hits while striking out 10. (GoHeels.com)

Around the Bases with Benton Moss

Inside Carolina caught up with junior pitcher Benton Moss after he outdueled Trent Thornton for a 5-1 win in the opening game of the Fall World Series. Can you discuss what the Fall World Series means to the Diamond Heels? "It is a great opportunity to honestly just see not only the new guys but the guys who have been there and you can tell who has been working over the summer." (Inside Carolina)

Matt Harvey to undergo Tommy John surgery, will miss 2014

Apparently the rest and rehab approach didn't work. Mets right-hander Matt Harvey will undergo Tommy John surgery to repair the partially torn ligament in his right elbow, the team announced. (CBS Sports)

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