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Video: Carolina Insider Live! MLB 1st Rounder Aaron Sabato Joins the show

Minnesota Twins first round pick Aaron Sabato joins Adam Lucas and Jones Angell to talk about his favorite home run and what he'll miss about North Carolina. In addition, two Tar Heels, and , are nominated for the college football Hall of Fame, a vintage clip, and much more. Read More...

This Day In UNC Baseball History: June 18

For today's version of 'This Day in Recent Carolina Baseball History' we go back to 2006 and 2013 for a pair of pitching masterpieces by and , one of which moved UNC into the final of their bracket and the other of which kept the season alive. Clemson was the No. 1 overall national seed. The Tar Heels weren't seeded at all. (

CWS Top Teams Bracket: 2017 Florida vs. 2006 North Carolina

Today would have been day four of the 2020 College World Series. Since we don’t have baseball to watch, we’re taking a look back at the greatest College World Series teams of the modern NCAA tournament era. In conjunction with, we’ve made our picks for the 32 best Omaha teams since 1999 and seeded them into a bracket. Now it’s your turn. (D1 Baseball)

This Day In UNC Baseball History: June 16

Today in 'This Day in Recent Carolina Baseball History' we go back to 2006, 2009, and 2018 for a wild 13-inning win in the Omaha debut of the era, a record breaking game for , and an upset victory over long-time UNC nemesis Oregon State. On June 16th, 2006 the Tar Heels faced off against perennial Omaha team Cal State-Fullerton. (

Tar Heel Firsts: UNC baseball’s first trip to Omaha

The 1960 Tar Heels were coming off a winning season under coach Walter Rabb. Since taking over in 1947, Rabb’s teams had generally put up winnings records, but had only made one NCAA Tournament trip in 1948. However, they got back in thanks to an ACC regular championship season in 1960. The were played in the District III regional in Gastonia. (Tar Heel Blog)

270 UNC Students Honored As Tar Heel Scholar-Athletes

The University of North Carolina has honored 270 student-athletes as Tar Heel Scholar-Athletes in recognition of their academic performance during the 2019 spring and fall semesters. The award goes to those who earned a grade point average of 3.2 or better over the spring and fall semesters. Here is the list of the student-athletes who earned recognition. (

This Day In UNC Baseball History: June 15

Today in 'This Day in Recent Carolina Baseball History' we go back to 2007 and 2008 for a pair of College World Series opening wins, one highlighted by an incredible unexpected performance out of the bullpen by after the Tar Heels got behind 4-0 early and the other featuring three clutch hits by Seth Williams and a great start for . (

Gianluca Dalatri Signs Free Agent Deal With St. Louis Cardinals

Gianluca Dalatri has signed with the St. Louis Cardinals as an undrafted free agent, the organization announced Sunday. With limited work as a Tar Heel due to injury, Dalatri has been impressive on the mound at UNC. The hurler did not see time on the mound in 2020. In 2019, he went 1-1 with a 2.25 ERA before missing the rest of the season due to injury. (

What experts are saying about Twins first-round pick Aaron Sabato

The Twins added to their already loaded lineup earlier this week when they selected North Carolina first baseman Aaron Sabato in the first round of the MLB Draft. The 6-foot-2, 230-pound slugger should fit right in with the Twins after he clobbered 25 home runs in 83 games with the Tar Heels over the past two seasons. The initial reviews have been mostly positive. (Bring Me The News)

The history of UNC baseball at the MLB Draft

With Aaron Sabato’s first-round selection (27th overall) by the Minnesota Twins in Wednesday's MLB Draft, UNC has had 18 players selected in the first round over the years. (22 if you count the various secondary drafts that used to exist.) Three of those were taken in the top five, with being the lone Tar Heel to be selected first overall. (Tar Heel Blog)
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