North Carolina Baseball Notebook: Tar Heels Building the Ideal Lineup

Tuesday’s game against North Carolina A&T featured a key change that should stabilize the UNC Baseball lineup for the rest of the season. Veteran third baseman started in right field, a move that allows a healthy to get on the field at third base. The Tar Heels also have built a batting order that has power from top to bottom. (Inside Carolina)

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North Carolina Baseball Notebook: Tar Heels Building the Ideal Lineup

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