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Andrew Miller's No. 33 Retired Saturday


Former UNC pitcher became the third player in program history to have his number retired, with Chancellor Carol Folt and Senior Associate A.D. Larry Gallo presenting his No. 33 jersey in a ceremony Saturday at the Dean E. Smith Center. Miller, a 10-year MLB veteran, joins and as Tar Heels who have received this unique honor. (GoHeels.com)

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