Former UNC catcher Chris Iannetta reflects on MLB career, looks forward to what’s next


grew up in Rhode Island, was a star at UNC, and a fourth-round pick of the Colorado Rockies in 2004 making his major league debut two years later. Iannetta played parts of 14 years with the Rockies, Angels, Mariners, and Diamondbacks. He is Colorado’s all-time leader for games, runs, hits, home runs, RBIs, and walks by a catcher. (Boston Globe)

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Former UNC catcher Chris Iannetta reflects on MLB career, looks forward to what’s next


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