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'Doubt into fuel': UNC's Aaron Sabato used those who questioned him as motivation


Doubts from others about how far Aaron Sabato’s baseball talents could take him have followed him like a cloud for years. Perfect Game ranked him as the 172nd high school player in the class of 2018. But after one of the most impressive freshman seasons in UNC history, the first baseman was named Collegiate Baseball’s Co-National Freshman of the Year. (Daily Tar Heel)

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