Aaron Sabato Ends UNC's 2020 Baseball Season On Fire

The final six games of the season for Aaron Sabato rivaled any six-game stretch across the country by any player. The Rye Brook, N.Y., native belted six home runs, plated 10 RBI, hit .450 and slugged 1.400. His .656 on-base percentage led the squad, as well as his 41 putouts in the field. He struck out just three times in his final 20 at-bats and drew 12 walks. (


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