Former UNC catcher Jacob Stallings called up to Pittsburgh Pirates

Former North Carolina catcher was called up by the Pittsburgh Pirates from Triple-A Indianapolis on Sunday. Stallings will give the Pirates additional catching depth following Francisco Cervelli's removal from Saturday's contest with an apparent jaw injury. Stallings was slashing .294/.341/.399 in 40 games played with Indianapolis this season. (CBS Sports)

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