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Schedule Announced For 2019 ACC Baseball Championship

North Carolina, the No. 5 seed in the ACC Baseball Championship, will face Virginia on Wednesday at 7 p.m. The Tar Heels will then take on Miami at 3 p.m. on Friday, May 24 to close out pool D. The ACC Baseball Championship will feature a pool-play format, leading into a four-team, single-elimination bracket to determine the league champion. (

Diamond Heels Drop Season Finale to NC State, 11-0

Shaky defense early in the game set the tone and led to the Tar Heels dropping the season finale and series to NC State on Saturday. Similar to Friday, North Carolina had its share of chances on offense but was unable to cash in. Freshman Will Sandy got the start and gave up six runs, four earned. Michael Busch was a bright spot, notching a pair of hits. (

UNC Lands No. 5 Seed in ACC Baseball Tournament

No. 15 North Carolina has earned the No. 5 seed in the ACC Baseball Tournament and will begin postseason play next week at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park. UNC entered its final regular-season series against N.C. State with hopes of winning the Coastal Division title, but a series loss dropped UNC to third in the Coastal behind Georgia Tech and Miami. (Inside Carolina)

UNC Baseball Falls to NC State, Rubber Match Set for 4:30 Saturday

No. 15 North Carolina fell behind early to No. 14 NC State and couldn't overcome the early deficit as they fell to the Wolfpack 11-2. Aaron Sabato stayed hot with yet another multi-hit game, but the Tar Heels left 12 runners on base. The rubber match between the Tar Heels and the Wolfpack will take on Saturday at 4:30 p.m. and can be seen on ESPNU. (

Aaron Sabato Hits For Cycle, Tar Heels Beat NC State 5-3

Aaron Sabato hit for the cycle and drove in four runs to pace the Tar Heels to a 5-3 win over NC State in game 1 of the series (Highlights). Tyler Baum turned in a quality start and the bullpen was equally solid to limit NC State to just three runs and escape multiple jams. UNC took the lead for good in the bottom of the seventh, courtesy of a Sabato two-RBI triple. (

No. 15 UNC Baseball Hosts No. 14 NC State In Final ACC Series

No. 15 North Carolina will host No. 14 NC State in a three-game ACC baseball series starting Thursday and concluding Saturday. It is the final regular season series for the Tar Heels as they look to clinch the ACC Coastal Division title for the third straight season. Thursday and Friday's games will begin at 6 p.m. while Saturday's finale will take place at 4:30. (

Chris Iannetta shows durability, longevity for Colorado Rockies team that drafted him in 2006

Chris Iannetta has no secrets to divulge regarding his lengthy tenure in Major League Baseball. The Rhode Island native made his debut with the Colorado Rockies in 2006, and continues to soldier on after celebrating his 36th birthday in April. The former UNC catcher was drafted by the Rockies in 2004. Two years later he landed in the big leagues. (Worcester Telegram)

Mariners third baseman Kyle Seager makes first rehab appearance with Triple-A Tacoma

Seattle Mariners third baseman had surgery on March 12 to repair a tendon in his left hand that he injured diving for a ball in a spring training game. On Tuesday, Seager got into his first game for the Rainiers in Tacoma’s 9-7 victory over the Aviators in Las Vegas. as part of his rehab from hand surgery that has sidelined him the entire 2019 season. (Tacoma News Tribune)

Diamond Heels Roll Over High Point on Tuesday, 7-0

No. 15 North Carolina scored six runs in the first two innings Tuesday to take down High Point 7-0 in its final nonconference game of the year (Highlights). The Tar Heel pitching staff held High Point to one hit as both Jackson Hesterlee and Aaron Sabato extended their hitting streaks to seven games. UNC will host NC State in a three-game series beginning Thursday. (

Austin Bergner, Aaron Sabato Sweep ACC Baseball Weekly Awards

North Carolina freshman Aaron Sabato has been selected ACC Baseball Player of the Week, while the Tar Heels' Austin Bergner earned Pitcher of the Week honors. Sabato collected 12 hits in Carolina's five games last week while batting .600 and slugging 1.100. Bergner allowed just two hits in eight shutout innings in UNC's win at Pitt on Saturday. (

This Week with Mike Fox: Rivalry Showdown

North Carolina lost its hold on the top of the ACC Coastal Division in dropping two of three games to Pittsburgh over the weekend. The Diamond Heels have one mid-week game remaining, facing High Point on Tuesday, before hosting NC State in the final ACC series of the year. "I think everybody has known that a lot was going to come down to the last weekend." (Inside Carolina)

Bergner Dominates Game One, But UNC Drops Baseball Series To Pitt

No. 12 North Carolina split its double header with Pittsburgh on Saturday afternoon but ended up losing the series in the third and final game of the weekend. Austin Bergner dominated the first game of the double header (Highlights) by throwing a career high 8.0 innings while he shut out the Panthers during those eight innings and retired 18 straight batters. (
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