UNC Baseball Calling on Freshman Gavin Gallaher

When was 12, he hit for the cycle. Not the “normal” cycle of a single, double, triple, and long ball. Nope, he hit for the home run cycle: a solo homer, a two-run, a three-run, and a grand slam. Even at 12, that’s power. And that power is one of the reasons the UNC freshman was called to pinch hit with the go-ahead run at the plate against ECU. (Inside Carolina)

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