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MLB draft picks must decide on college or pros


In college baseball, many of the top recruits don’t even make it to campus before leaving to cash their first professional paycheck. The Tar Heels, Blue Devils, and Wolfpack all had signees selected in the first round of the Major League Baseball draft last week. North Carolina pitcher signee Brennan Malone, drafted 33rd overall, seems likely to turn pro. (North State Journal)

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