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Michael Morin plays unfamiliar role in Tar Heels’ loss

Sunday, June 03, 2012

A Saturday night reversal left UNC’s Michael Morin wearing looks he normally leaves batters displaying. A blank stare. Morin, one of the nation’s most successful relief pitchers, surrendered a one-out, three-run home run to St. John’s catcher Danny Bethea in the ninth inning that lifted the Red Storm past UNC 5-4 in an NCAA regional game at Boshamer Stadium. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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