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Zac Gallen sets National League record

In his first 19 career Major League games, Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher has not allowed more than three earned runs in any of them, surpassing Montreal’s Steve Rogers for the National League record he set in 1973-74. The Major League record belongs to Aaron Sele, who started his career with 21 such starts for the Red Sox in 1993-94. (MLB.com)

Mariners' Kyle Seager blasts fifth career grand slam

went 2-for-5 with a grand slam in Monday's win over the Rangers. Seager went deep for his fifth career grand slam in the sixth inning against Rangers reliever Jimmy Herget. It's the third homer of the season for Seager, who has added 18 RBI, 11 runs, and two stolen bases this season. He's had multiple hits in three of his last six games. (CBS Sports)

Carolina Insider Podcast: College Football's Wild West, Rick Steinbacher, Mike Fox

Things are slightly "fluid" with college football and it seems it is every conference for itself. UNC Associate AD discusses how Carolina re-did its football schedule, the safety precautions put in place for Tar Heel Football, and why is the perfect person to be UNC's coach in this crazy time. Plus: retired after a stellar career. (GoHeels.com)

Former UNC Pitcher Zac Gallen on Impressive Streak in MLB

Former North Carolina pitcher has become a weapon for the Arizona Diamondbacks this season. In 18 career starts, Gallen has yet to give up three earned runs. In three games this season, the righty has pitched 16 innings, allowing 13 hits and five runs while striking out 21. The former Tar Heel has bounced around the MLB. (Inside Carolina)

Arizona Diamondbacks manager thanks Chris Iannetta: ‘Was a great influence’

As the Arizona Diamondbacks’ Zoom call with reporters was about to end Saturday afternoon, manager Torey Lovullo said he had another topic he wanted to talk about. “Chris Iannetta, I understand that today he announced his retirement,” Lovullo said. “I just want to publicly say congrats Chris on an unbelievable career and good luck in the next chapters.” (Arizona Sports)

Video: Discussion With New UNC Baseball Coach Scott Forbes

Jones Angell of the Tar Heel Sports Network speaks with new North Carolina baseball coach and longtime assistant Scott Forbes, who was elevated to the head job last week after the retirement of legendary coach . Read More...

Video: Mike Fox Retirement Interview

Recently retired North Carolina baseball coach speaks with Jones Angell of the Tar Heel Sports Network as they look back on Fox's 22-year career with the Tar Heels filled with many great memories and moments. Read More...

Former Players & Coaches React To Mike Fox's Retirement

After coach wrapped up a legendary career on Friday, former players and coaches were quick to express their gratitude for the former North Carolina skipper. Aaron Sabato, 2020 Minnesota Twins First Round Draft Pick: "Coach Fox taught me what it took to be a great ball player but more importantly what it meant to be a great human." (GoHeels.com)

Longtime MLB catcher Chris Iannetta announces retirement

The New York Yankees placed catcher Chris Iannetta on their restricted list Friday, a transaction that is now more clear. Iannetta has retired after 14 seasons in the majors. Iannetta explained his decision, saying he told the Yankees that he was going to retire if he wasn’t on the major league roster. "If I didn’t make the team, I was going to call it a career." (Yard Barker)

Scott Forbes: The New Face of UNC Baseball

After 22 years with at the helm, North Carolina has a new head baseball coach in longtime assistant coach Scott Forbes. Forbes played for Fox at N.C. Wesleyan from 1995-97 and then followed his coach to UNC, where he was an assistant from 1999-2002. Forbes has long been considered one of the premier assistant coaches in the country. (Inside Carolina)
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