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UNC baseball will look to rely on young talent in 2020 season


Omaha will again be the goal as UNC Baseball enters the season ranked No. 18 by Baseball America. A young lineup and an unproven pitching rotation could struggle early in the season but will need to find their footing if ’s team wants to reach the College World Series. Here’s what to expect from the Tar Heels on offense and defense this season. (Daily Tar Heel)

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