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UNC Baseball Routs NC A&T 8-0 As Max Alba Picks Up First Win

Max Alba picked up the win in his first career start for North Carolina as the Tar Heels rolled North Carolina A&T 8-0 on Tuesday at Boshamer Stadium (Highlights). At the plate, Dylan Harris, Angel Zarate, and Danny Serretti led UNC with two hits each. Harris recorded the first Tar Heel triple of the season, while Zarate collected his second double of 2020. (GoHeels.com)

This Week with Mike Fox: Catching Depth

North Carolina’s (6-2) season-opening winning streak ended in its weekend series loss against Dallas Baptist. The Diamond Heels host NC A&T on Tuesday before heading to the Cambria College Classic to face Minnesota, Iowa, and Purdue at the Twins’ major league ballpark. "This event has been in the works for probably 3-4 years, " said. (Inside Carolina)

Austin Love Strikes Out Nine In UNC Baseball's 3-0 Loss To Dallas Baptist

Pitching highlighted the low-scoring affair for fans at Boshamer Stadium on Sunday, as No. 22 North Carolina fell to Dallas Baptist 3-0 to end the series. Austin Love was impressive in relief for UNC, retiring the first 10 batters he faced after entering in the fourth inning. The Tar Heel offense struggled to get going and recorded its first hit in the eighth inning. (GoHeels.com)

Stronger Trent Thornton aims to secure job in Blue Jays’ rotation

may not be all swole, as the kids say these days, but the 26-year-old favorite for Toronto's fifth starter’s job is certainly stronger after intensifying the amount of weight he pushed around this off-season. The regimen was vastly different from years past, when he’s “been nervous about getting bulkier” for fear it would hinder his athleticism. (SportsNet.ca)

Joey Lancellotti Shines In Doubleheader Split Against Dallas Baptist

No. 22 North Carolina extended its win streak to six games after a 9-0 win against Dallas Baptist before suffering its first loss of the season, 6-3, in game two of a doubleheader at Boshamer Stadium. Joey Lancellotti had an incredible performance as UNC's game one starting pitcher. He tossed 7.0 innings, struck out seven, and did not give up a run. (GoHeels.com)

Daniel Bard signs with Rockies in comeback attempt

Former Red Sox reliever has signed a minor-league deal with the Rockies. Bard, who received an invitation to major league camp, is mounting a comeback attempt after retiring in 2018. A first-round pick by the Red Sox out of North Carolina in 2006, Bard was one of the game’s best relievers in 2010, posting a 1.93 ERA in 74 ? innings. (MassLive.com)

Snow Postpones UNC Baseball and Softball Games on Friday

Due to snowy conditions on the field, Friday's UNC baseball and softball games have been postponed. The baseball team was set to begin a three-game series against Dallas Baptist, but will now play a doubleheader Saturday with the first game at noon. UNC Softball's game against Purdue has been rescheduled to 9:30 a.m. on Saturday in Greensboro. (Chapelboro.com)

Zac Gallen no longer flying under the radar

The past two springs, right-hander had a relatively low profile. Back then, Gallen, now 24, went to big league camp with the Marlins each year just trying to learn and make an impression on the big-league coaching staff, hoping to maybe earn a call-up during the regular season. This year with the D-backs, Gallen is no longer flying under the radar. (MLB.com)

Kyle Seager knows he could be traded at any time

was selected in the third round of the 2009 MLB draft out of North Carolina. He made his Seattle Mariners debut July 7, 2011. He took over as their third baseman in 2012 and has remained there since, signing a seven-year, $100 million contract extension that runs through next season. He has played 1,261 games in a Mariners uniform. (Seattle Times)

Sabato Homers, Madej Has Three Hits as UNC Baseball Blanks High Point

Second baseman Mikey Madej had three hits, freshman catcher Will Stewart knocked in three runs, and first baseman Aaron Sabato hit his first home run of the season as North Carolina blanked High Point, 14-0 on Wednesday at Boshamer Stadium (Highlights). Michael Oh made his first UNC start and gave up four hits and struck out four in four innings. (GoHeels.com)
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