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How one swing of Alberto Osuna’s bat helped fuel UNC baseball’s run to Super Regionals


It’s not often an entire baseball season can be summed up by one at-bat. Yet North Carolina’s run to the NCAA Super Regional against Arkansas may not have happened without ’s walk-off homer against Florida State on May 19. "There’s no doubt that was the biggest swing of the bat, probably of this run," UNC coach said. (MSN.com)

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How one swing of Alberto Osuna’s bat helped fuel UNC baseball’s run to Super Regionals


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