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UNC Baseball Moves Up to No. 4

The North Carolina Tar Heel baseball team moved up to No. 4 in the latest D1Baseball rankings released Monday. The Tar Heels moved up from the sixth-ranked team in the country after going 5-0 last week with mid-week victories against now-No. 19 East Carolina and Elon before sweeping Duke over the weekend. UNC is now 17-2 on the season. (Chapelboro.com)

This Week with UNC Baseball Coach Mike Fox

Inside Carolina conducted its weekly, exclusive interview with UNC baseball coach Mike Fox after his team completed a weekend sweep of Duke to improve to 17-2 (5-1 ACC). The Diamond Heels host Western Carolina on Tuesday before hosting Georgia Tech on a Thursday-Saturday series. (Inside Carolina)

Tyler Ramirez Named ACC Baseball Co-Player of the Week

North Carolina’s Tyler Ramirez and Clemson’s Seth Beer have been voted the ACC Baseball Co-Players of the Week, while NC State’s Joe O’Donnell was selected as the Pitcher of the Week. Ramirez hit .400 with two homers and 12 RBIs as No. 10 North Carolina won five games, including a three-game sweep at Duke. (The ACC)

UNC baseball's Tyler Ramirez removes the pressure

In Game 3 of the series against UCLA, Tyler Ramirez hit his first home run of the season in a 14-5 win for the Tar Heels. Fast-forward a month later and the junior is the focal point of a North Carolina team that just earned its first road sweep since 2013, defeating the Duke Blue Devils at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park 11-2, 12-2 and 8-2. (Daily Tar Heel)

No. 6 Diamond Heels Complete Sweep Of Duke With 8-2 Win

Logan Warmoth drove in a career-high four runs, Tyler Ramirez clubbed his team-high fourth home run of the year and Jason Morgan tossed seven shutout innings as No. 6 North Carolina completed a three-game sweep of Duke with an 8-2 win Sunday afternoon at Durham Bulls Athletic Park. Carolina outscored the Blue Devils 31-6 for the weekend. (GoHeels.com)

No. 6 UNC Baseball Tops Duke, 12-2

No. 6 North Carolina continued its recent offensive surge Saturday as the Tar Heels routed Duke 12-2 at Durham Bulls Athletic Park. Tyler Ramirez had two hits and three RBIs, and Carolina topped 10 runs for the fourth consecutive game in securing its fifth straight series win to open the season. The Tar Heels will go for the series sweep Sunday afternoon at 1. (GoHeels.com)

Video: UNC Baseball Thumps Duke 11-2 in Series Opener

Zac Gallen tossed another gem for the Tar Heels, striking out ten Blue Devils as Carolina blew out Duke 11-2 to start the series on March 18, 2016. View Video...

No. 6 Diamond Heels Cruise Past Duke, 11-2

Zack Gahagan had three hits and drove in four runs for No. 6 North Carolina in support of Zac Gallen, who fanned 10 over seven innings in an 11-2 series-opening win over Duke Friday at Durham Bulls Athletic Park. UNC broke open a 2-2 game with five runs in the sixth, including a go-ahead single by Eli Sutherland, who had two hits and reached base four times. (GoHeels.com)

First Bark At The Bosh Set For March 24

UNC Baseball will be hosting the first-ever Bark at the Bosh event for the Georgia Tech game on Thursday, March 24 at 6 p.m. You’re invited to bring your dog to the ballpark to enjoy this great ACC matchup. The first 400 dogs and dog owners will receive UNC pet bandanas. After the game, fans will be able to have their picture taken on the field with their dogs. (GoHeels.com)

New York Mets name Matt Harvey Opening Day starter

The New York Mets are giving the ball to Matt Harvey, who will get another shot at the World Series champions on opening day. Manager Terry Collins announced the decision Thursday for the April 3 game in Kansas City. "Terry could have announced anybody," Harvey said. "So for me getting the nod it's a huge honor." (USA Today)

With Pirates, Daniel Bard is in a good place for a comeback

Back on Jan. 11, the Pittsburgh Pirates announced they had signed Daniel Bard to a minor league contract. The move made sense because he was only 30 and just a few years removed from being one of the most dominant relievers in baseball. But it also raised eyebrows because of the irony: He was going to Ground Zero of Steve Blass Disease. (ESPN.com)

No. 6 Tar Heels Slug Past Elon, 11-6

Adam Pate had three hits and drove in three runs as No. 6 UNC beat Elon 11-6 Wednesday night at Boshamer Stadium. Brandon Riley had two hits and drove in two for the Tar Heels, and Brett Daniels worked 2.2 innings for his first career win. Carolina has now scored at least 10 runs in eight of 16 games with an ACC series at Duke set to begin Friday. (GoHeels.com)

Former Tar Heels player to return as member of Elon's baseball staff

Jesse Wierzbicki will have an unusual vantage point of tonight’s baseball game at Boshamer Stadium. “I’ve never been over there on the opposing team,” the Elon volunteer assistant coach said. Elon visits UNC, where Wierzbicki is a former player and ex-staff member. Last year, Wierzbicki was completing work on his degree so he became an undergraduate assistant coach. (Burlington Times News)

No. 6 UNC Baseball Pounds No. 17 East Carolina, 17-4

Tyler Lynn and Tyler Ramirez homered in an eight-run second inning and No. 6 UNC reached double figures for the seventh time this season in a 17-4 win over No. 17 East Carolina Tuesday in Greenville. Led by Brian Miller's three safeties, all nine starters had hits for the Tar Heels, who return to Chapel Hill to host Elon Wednesday at 6 p.m. (GoHeels.com)

Andrew Miller reflects on his first year as a closer

Andrew Miller's first season in the Bronx could not have gone much better, as he finished with 100 strikeouts and a stellar 2.04 ERA in his first year as a closer. Not only was he almost perfect in ninth-inning opportunities, converting 36 of 38 saves, but he received the Mariano Rivera Award for being named the American League's best relief pitcher. (YES Network)

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