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Jacob Stallings Becomes 65th Tar Heel In MLB


Four-year Carolina baseball letterman Jacob Stallings became the 65th player in program history to reach the Major Leagues when he was called up to start Sunday for the Pittsburgh Pirates. A leader on two College World Series teams in his career from 2009-12, Stallings is the 10th Tar Heel to appear in an MLB game this season. (GoHeels.com)

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