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Zac Gallen's six no-hit innings not enough as Diamondbacks lose World Series


One of the best pitchers to come out of the UNC baseball program nearly pitched his team to a World Series win on Wednesday. That pitcher is none other than Diamondbacks ace , who toed the rubber in Chapel Hill from 2014-2016. Gallen compiled a 14-13 record, 3.36 earned run average and struck out 231 batters as a Tar Heel. (Tar Heels Wire)

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Zac Gallen's six no-hit innings not enough as Diamondbacks lose World Series


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