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Podcast: Scott Forbes Radio Show - Recap, Previews, and Good News

UNC Baseball coach recaps last week's win over Campbell and previews the week ahead against UNCG and Louisville. The Diamond Heels' head coach also discusses how play at the MLB level affects things in the minors and in college baseball. Plus, UNC got good news on the status of for the 2022 season. (Listen To Podcast)

Giants, A's complete rare trade with Skye Bolt yo-yo across Bay

is taking the road less traveled. Literally. The outfielder was selected off waivers by the Giants from the A's on April 5. But with the Giants and A's alternate site teams playing against each other in Sacramento and Stockton, Bolt essentially just switched dugouts. On Wednesday, a new wrinkle was added to the Bolt streaking back and forth. (NBC Sports)

Podcast: Bosh to the Bigs - Ashton McGee

Fresh off his first Minor League game in more than 600 days, former UNC and current Carolina Mudcat Ashton McGee joins Pat James and Kyle Straub to discuss what it was like not having a 2020 Minor League season, how he stayed sharp during the shutdown, playing close to his hometown of Goldsboro, and much more. (Listen To Podcast)

UNC Baseball Shows Sense of Urgency in 'Must-Win' Over Campbell

Coming off five straight losses, the Tar Heels found themselves below .500 for the first time since February 2018. Their NCAA Tournament hopes were also dwindling with only nine regular-season games remaining. None of this was lost on UNC outfielder or his teammates heading into Wednesday’s game against a strong Campbell squad. (Boshamer Bulletin)

Diamond Heels Cruise Past Campbell, 9-3, To End Skid

North Carolina (21-21) halted a five-game losing skid on Tuesday afternoon with a 9-3 win over Campbell (23-14) at Boshamer Stadium (Highlights). The Tar Heels took advantage of a five-run fifth inning to cruise past Campbell in the Tuesday tilt. led off the inning with a pinch-hit home run to right field to put the Tar Heels on top 5-3. (GoHeels.com)

Tar Heels on Minor League Opening Day Rosters

Minor League Baseball returns to action on Tuesday, and 17 former North Carolina baseball players were listed on Opening Day rosters. Among them is – who the Minnesota Twins took 27th overall in the 2020 MLB Draft – and – who Baseball America ranks as MLB’s No. 77 prospect. Here is a list of their assignments. (Boshamer Bulletin)

The team behind a healthy season

Spring 2021 has been one of UNC's busiest sports seasons ever, with at least a half-dozen teams expected to vie for national championships. The football team went to a major bowl game. And UNC didn’t have to pull out of a single competition due to COVID-19. But the team that’s worked hardest to make this happen is UNC's sports medicine team. (UNC.edu)

Game Day: UNC vs. Campbell Baseball Preview

Riding a five-game losing streak, UNC plays its final baseball game before the exam break Tuesday when the Tar Heels host Campbell at Boshamer Stadium. Here’s what you need to know for the 6 p.m. tilt. The Camels are near the top of the Big South heading into the final month of the regular season. UNC leads the all-time series with Campbell, 36-10. (Boshamer Bulletin)

Podcast: UNC Baseball Coach Scott Forbes On ND Series, Campbell Preview, and More

UNC baseball coach recaps the weekend at Notre Dame and some of the positive stories that came out of the trip. Forbes also discusses the importance Tuesday's game against Campbell and the upcoming exam break. Coach explains how the players and staff spend their time when academics and athletics converge. (Listen To Podcast)

Weekend Baseball Notebook: UNC Can't Keep Up With Notre Dame

North Carolina traveled to South Bend, Ind. this past weekend to take on No. 10 Notre Dame and returned home with three losses. It’s the second time this season the Tar Heels have been swept. It’s the first time the Fighting Irish have swept an ACC home series since 2017. In game one, UNC received another quality start from ace . (Inside Carolina)
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