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Albert Tally was UNC baseball’s undisputed No. 1 fan


If UNC baseball played within driving distance, Albert Tally was there. And to fully understand Tally, you must realize: his definition of “driving distance” was very loose. Seven hours each way to Pittsburgh from his home in Bear Creek? 11 hours south to Miami or northwest to Notre Dame? 18 hours to Omaha, Nebraska, home of the College World Series? It didn’t matter. (Chatham News & Record)

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Albert Tally was UNC baseball’s undisputed No. 1 fan


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