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Free agent Andrew Miller reportedly has a clean bill of health after injury-plagued season

A year ago lefty reliever would've been one of the most coveted free agents on the market. He certainly would've been the most coveted reliever in free agency, ahead of Wade Davis and Brandon Morrow. Miller has been excellent the last few years and is well respected within baseball. This year, Miller is something of an unknown heading into free agency. (CBS Sports)

UNC Baseball Wins Halloween with ‘Step Brothers’ Parody

Is it fair to say that members of the UNC baseball team won Halloween with their parody of the “Step Brothers” car singing scene? With voices like a combination of Fergie and Jesus, Kyle Blendinger, Dylan Enwiller, Dallas Tessar and Jackson Hesterlee combined to put on a show that puts the scene in the 2008 blockbuster to shame. However, Dylan’s voice was a little flat. (Chapelboro.com)

UNC baseball schedule release: How home games could be key this season

The road games will be few and far between for the Tar Heels. In addition to playing nearly 70 percent of its games in Chapel Hill, the team will play nine additional games that are a state away or closer to its home facilities. That means there will be only nine true regular season road games on the schedule that are a considerable distance to travel away from The Bosh. (Daily Tar Heel)

North Carolina Baseball Announces 2019 Schedule

Home series against ACC foes Duke, NC State, Virginia, Miami and Boston College, the annual meeting against South Carolina in Charlotte and a midweek home matchup against ECU highlight the 2019 North Carolina Baseball schedule, announced Monday. UNC will face eight teams that competed in last season's NCAA tournament, three of which were regional hosts. (GoHeels.com)

Skye Bolt leads Arizona Fall League in slugging

Leading the way at the plate is outfielder . He’s hitting for an impressive average and drawing his share of walks, but my attention is drawn to his power so far. His .750 slugging percentage leads the entire AFL and so does his .417 isolated slugging, thanks to a pair of homers and a pair of triples. He’s needed only 28 plate appearances to rack up 18 total bases. (Athletics Nation)

Pittsburgh Pirates 2018 Report Card - Colin Moran

When the Pittsburgh Pirates acquired as part of the deal that sent Gerrit Cole to the Houston Astros, the team was hopeful that they had found their third baseman for the foreseeable future. A first round draft pick in 2013, Moran put together a strong season in 2017 with Houston’s Triple-A affiliate which no doubt led to the Pirates willing to part with Cole. (The Sports Daily)

North Carolina & South Carolina Set Date For Annual Baseball Game In Charlotte

The annual baseball rivalry game between the University of North Carolina and the University of South Carolina will be played on Tuesday, April 16, at 7:05 p.m. ET in Charlotte, N.C., at BB&T Ballpark. The Tar Heels have won each of the past three matchups in Uptown Charlotte by a combined score of 46-8 before standing room only crowds. Tickets will go on sale Saturday, February 9th. (GoHeels.com)

Rockies catcher Chris Iannetta’s value in 2018 was not found on the stat sheet

After using five different catchers in 2017, the Colorado Rockies brought back Chris Iannetta, who was with the club from 2006-2011, on a two-year, $8.5 million deal over the offseason. Iannetta, at age 35, brought stability behind the plate for the Rockies, starting 83 games in 2018. Iannetta has one more year left on his contract, so you can count on him being back in 2019. (Purple Row)

Field Hockey Clinches Regular Season Title, UNC Olympic Sport Notes

UNC's field hockey team wrapped up an undefeated ACC regular season, the baseball team excelled during its Fall World Series and Enyaeva Michelin continued her strong fall for the cross country team. Jennifer Zhou demonstrated composure at the Tar Heel Invitational, Alessia Russo continued her hot streak, men's soccer dropped a heartbreaker ,and more. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Baseball Fall World Series Opens Friday At The Bosh

North Carolina baseball's annual Fall World Series begins with the first of three intrasquad contests Friday, Oct. 12, at 6 p.m. at Boshamer Stadium. Action continues Saturday at noon before the series finale Sunday at 1 p.m. This weekend also marks the program's annual Old Leaguer's reunion as well as UNC's parents' weekend. Admission to all Fall World Series games is free. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Field Hockey Celebrates Shelton, Olympic Sports Notes

UNC baseball continued fall ball and Michael Busch picked up where he left off last spring. Ryan Gerard had a record-breaking day on Monday for the men's golf team, men's soccer won its seventh in a row, and women's soccer swept a two-game road trip. The swimming and diving teams defeated ECU, and Makenna Jones was on fire for women's tennis in California. (GoHeels.com)

Diamond Heels Down College Of Charleston In Sunday Baseball Scrimmage

North Carolina hosted the College of Charleston on Sunday and played 16 innings, winning both nine and seven-inning games at Boshamer Stadium. Junior Michael Busch and newcomers Dylan Harris and Cam Brantley helped lead the way for UNC against the Cougars. The middle of the Carolina lineup was filled with new faces who showed off in front of the home crowd. (GoHeels.com)
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Baseball Schedule at a Glance
Last Game:
North Carolina: 6
Oregon State: 11
Wed, Jun 20
Upcoming Games:
UNC vs. Xavier University
Fri, Feb 15 3:00 ET ACC Network Extra
UNC vs. Xavier University
Sat, Feb 16 2:00 ET ACC Network Extra
UNC vs. Xavier University
Sun, Feb 17 1:00 ET ACC Network Extra

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