After a long journey, Angel Zarate has willed, worked his way into key role for UNC baseball


It was a familiar sight to George Barber. Almost every time the high school baseball coach drove through his neighborhood in Reidsville, he’d spot a group of boys playing in their yard. Football, soccer, baseball, it didn’t matter. The Zarate brothers were always dialed in. But for , it was almost destined that baseball would be his true love. (Daily Tar Heel)

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After a long journey, Angel Zarate has willed, worked his way into key role for UNC baseball


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