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Carolina Evens Series With Xavier
Trent Thornton allowed just one run in 6.2 innings and Chris McCue worked the final two innings for his second save of the year as...

Tar Heel Baseball Falls To Xavier, 2-1
No. 12 North Carolina fell to 1-3 on the year Friday with a 2-1 loss to Xavier at Boshamer Stadium. Junior right-hander Benton Moss took...

Left-hander Brian Moran an intriguing bullpen option for Angels
It has been 14 years since the Angels carried a Rule 5 pick on their major league roster — the last was reliever Derrick Turnbow...

This Week With Mike Fox
Inside Carolina caught up with the head coach of the Diamond Heels after their season-opening series at Charleston. What were your takeaways from first weekend...

Tuesday UNC Baseball Report
The 2014 baseball season got off to a bit of a rocky start and that was before the first pitch was even thrown. The winter...

Yankees second baseman Brian Roberts looking forward to more playing time
Second baseman Brian Roberts has yet to turn his first double play in a Yankees uniform, but he won't need much time to get acquainted...

Tar Heels Fall To Charleston In Series Finale, 3-1
No. 11 North Carolina dropped its first series of 2014 with a 3-1 loss to the College of Charleston Monday afternoon at Patriots Point. Zac...

Arrival in camp 'difficult' day for Matt Harvey
The realization that Matt Harvey will not be able to contribute with his teammates hit him hard Sunday, on the ace's first day in the...

Tar Heels Hammer Charleston, 12-3
Trent Thornton had a career-high 10 strikeouts and Michael Russell had four hits and drove in four as No. 11 North Carolina evened its series...

L.A. Angels catcher Chris Iannetta reflects on pro baseball ride to date
In some respects, Chris Iannetta’s professional baseball career can be interpreted as a “box of chocolates” or in more conventional terms, a mystery wrapped inside...

Carolina Drops Opener To Charleston, 7-4
No. 12 North Carolina dropped its 2014 season opener to the College of Charleston, 7-4, Saturday afternoon at Patriots Point. Tom Zengel's two-run double helped...

No. 11 Tar Heel Baseball Opens 2014 At Charleston
No. 11 North Carolina opens the 2014 baseball season in unusual fashion Saturday as the Tar Heels visit the College of Charleston for a three-game...

Five Things to Know About UNC Baseball in 2014
As the baseball season gets under way for the defending ACC champions here are five things you'll need to know about UNC's upcoming season. 1...

Astros’ Alex White focuses on health, not starts
While many Astros arrived this week ahead of Saturday’s report date for pitchers and catchers, Alex White has been around for months rehabbing. He underwent...

Pitcher Trent Thornton steps into rotation
When he takes the mound Sunday against the College of Charleston, Trent Thornton will already have a College World Series and stints as a UNC...

Baseball moved to Charleston, women's basketball still on
Weather has forced the UNC baseball team’s opening series against the College of Charleston to move to Charleston, according to the team’s Twitter account. Meanwhile,...

Catcher Matt Roberts no longer with Tar Heels baseball team
Matt Roberts won’t be playing his senior season with North Carolina’s baseball team. Roberts, a catcher who was a starter for most of last season...

College Baseball's Preseason Top 25 for 2014
18. North Carolina: Losing seven MLB draftees and having only four seniors — this is as close as it gets to “rebuilding” for the Heels...

UNC Baseball's Sophomore Surge
Following a freshman campaign loaded with numerous accolades on the diamond, sophomore Skye Bolt will look to do more of the same as he transitions...

Red Sox pitcher Andrew Miller healthy again
The welcome sound of a baseball hitting a catcher’s glove was particularly loud when Andrew Miller took the mound on Thursday morning. Teammates glanced over,...

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