Complete coverage of North Carolina Tar Heels Baseball.
Colin Moran thriving for Pittsburgh Pirates since return from injury
On June 28, Colin Moran
was hit by a pitch resulting in a left wrist fracture that would sideline him for an extended period of time. Moran missed all of July, but was able to rehab the injury in order to return to the Pittsburgh Pirates lineup in early August. Since he returned to action August 5, the 28-year-old former UNC standout has been on a tear. (Keeping It Heel
Colin Moran quells concerns over hand injury by powering Pirates since his return from ILColin Moran
was batting .297 with four home runs and 19 RBI in his first 32 games, so Pirates manager Derek Shelton worried the fracture of the left pisiform bone, located on the outer half of the base of his hand, would affect not only his swing but the grip strength of one of the Pirates’ top power bats. The injury hasn’t hindered the lefty-hitting Moran. (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Podcast: Bosh to the Bigs - Angels Prospect Cooper Criswell Discusses UNC, Breakout 2021 Season
Fresh off his promotion to Triple-A Salt Lake City, former UNC pitcher and current Los Angeles Angels prospect Cooper Criswell joins Boshamer Bulletin’s Pat James and UNC broadcaster Kyle Straub to discuss his journey from Community College to Chapel Hill, his lone season with UNC, his rapid rise up the Angels’ farm system, and more.
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Carolina Insider Podcast: Alliance, Football & Basketball Updates, Tim Federowicz
Jones Angell and Adam Lucas discuss the ACC/Big Ten/Pac-12 alliance with Bubba Cunningham, Hubert Davis
' first press conference since he was hired as the Tar Heels' men's basketball coach, UNC football updates, and more. Then former Carolina baseball star, long-time pro, and Olympic silver medalist, Tim Federowicz, joins.
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Ignore batting average — Mariners’ Kyle Seager is having ‘his best year’Kyle Seager
is on pace to have a career-low batting average this season, but don’t take that to mean the veteran Mariners third baseman isn’t pulling his weight. If anything, he’s doing more than he ever has as Seattle makes a push for the postseason. He sits at 29 homers, just one off his career-high in 2016, and 82 RBIs, 17 short of his career-best. (MyNorthwest.com
UNC baseball players impress in summer leagues looking toward 2022 season
Many players from the North Carolina baseball team looked to work on their game in summer leagues to prepare for their upcoming spring season. With Austin Love
, Justice Thompson
, and Caleb Roberts
all headed to the pros, second-year head coach Scott Forbes will be looking for some much-needed talent to replace his star players next season. (Daily Tar Heel
Logan Warmoth's consistent outfield play a welcome addition to Blue Jays' Triple-A affiliate
Former UNC player Logan Warmoth
may seem like a veteran, but the 25-year-old made his Triple-A debut just earlier this season. A former first-round pick of the Blue Jays in 2017, Warmoth has moved up the ranks of minor league baseball fairly quickly. Assigned to Buffalo on May 3rd, the prospect’s next opportunity to show his worth presented itself. (MILB.com
Is Aaron Sabato Starting to Figure It Out?
The Minnesota Twins had a prototype in mind when they selected Aaron Sabato
with the 27th-overall pick in the 2020 draft: A first baseman with elite power and exit velocity. Although Sabato has struggled to this point, he’s shown signs of turning it around. He has started to make contact over his last eight games, hitting six home runs in 32 at-bats. (Zone Coverage
UNC Baseball Summer Recap
With UNC’s 2021-22 school year beginning Wednesday, 18 members of the Tar Heels baseball team return to campus looking to build off their experiences in summer leagues across the country. Danny Serretti
made the most of his second summer on the Cape, hitting .282/.365/.400 with two home runs, four doubles and four stolen bases in 24 games. (Boshamer Bulletin
Diving into Matt Harvey's second-half resurgence
Since arriving in Baltimore on a Minor League free agent deal last winter, former UNC star pitcher Matt Harvey
has spoken about wanting to reinvent himself, diving into the analytics of modern pitching in ways he didn’t need to when he was a phenom fireballer, learning to survive less on stuff and more on guile and the learning curve it would require. (MLB.com