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Name:Andrew Carignan
Hometown:Norwich, CT
High School:Norwich Free
Born:July 23, 1986 (33)
Notes:Baseball

Former UNC baseball players launch free fitness app
Andrew Carignan and Tim Fedroff were named to the All-CWS team in 2007 and were All-Americans at UNC. Carignan and Fedroff have nearly 15 years...

Degrees In Hand, UNC Baseball Alums Take On New Challenges
With professional baseball careers behind them, Andrew Carignan and Tim Fedroff are pointed toward their next successes and took a big step in that direction...

Andrew Carignan: ‘I’ve got a new arm. Let’s see how it goes’
Two years ago in early June, Andrew Carignan pitched in relief for the Oakland Athletics. He knew something was wrong with his right elbow after...

Andrew Carignan signs minor-league deal with Giants
His career has been marred with untimely injuries and bad breaks, but Andrew Carignan received a gift of good news in time for the holiday...

Andrew Carignan's rehab following Tommy John surgery continues
Finally, Andrew Carignan can see the light at the end of a long tunnel. The Oakland Athletics relief pitcher and 2004 Norwich Free Academy graduate...

ACC In The Majors, June 11
In more good news for Baltimore, former Tar Heel Brian Roberts is set to return to the team Tuesday after battling concussion symptoms for the...

Andrew Carignan headed for Tommy John surgery
A's right-handed reliever Andrew Carignan landed on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday with a sprained ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow, and he's headed...

Michael Morin, Kent Emanuel Earn All-America Honors
A pair of UNC pitchers earned Louisville Slugger All-America honors Thursday as announced by the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper. Junior right-hander Michael Morin was named to...

Andrew Carignan earns first Major League win
Andrew Carignan, a 2004 Norwich Free Academy graduate and Oakland Athletics reliever, earned his first career Major League win Wednesday in a 5-4, 12-inning victory...

Ackley homers, Carnigan takes loss in MLB opener
Two former UNC players figured prominently in the first Major League Baseball regular-season game of 2012. In Toyko, Japan early Wednesday morning, ex-Tar Heel Dustin...


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