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More than a bat boy: How UNC baseball pays tribute to late fan at College World Series


J.R., was a UNC program fixture the past 18 years. He was a fan, bat boy, and friend to hundreds of players who came to know him through yearly visits. On May 6, he died peacefully and unexpectedly in his sleep at his home in Omaha, Nebraska. He was 31. The cause of death is still unknown, although his parents said it likely resulted from heart problems. (AOL.com)

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More than a bat boy: How UNC baseball pays tribute to late fan at College World Series


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