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Cody Stubbs enjoying start of pro baseball career


This has already been quite a long baseball season for Cody Stubbs. His first regular-season baseball game for North Carolina was Feb. 15, roughly six weeks before that of most professional baseball teams. He’s still playing competitive ball full-time more than a month after the Tar Heels’ season ended with a loss to UCLA at the College World Series, and he’s slated to play instructional ball once his pro team’s season ends in September. (Asheville Citizen-Times)

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