UNC Baseball Notebook: Cold Trip to Pittsburgh Ahead

Home runs make the highlights and the Tar Heels, led by (9), (7), and (7), are on pace for 100-plus long balls this season. Add in ’s four, and the UNC Baseball lineup can score in a hurry. But the evolution of at the plate has been the engine for North Carolina's offense. (Inside Carolina)

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