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Carolina pitching staff stays strong

Friday, May 04, 2007

During the Tar Heels' march to the College World Series a year ago, Mike Fox calmly said Carolina's pitching would be just fine when eventual first-round draft choices Andrew Miller and Daniel Bard left for Major League Baseball. Sure enough, as the Tar Heels break for exams this week with a 37-10 overall record, 16-8 in the Atlantic Coast Conference, Carolina's team earned run average is 2.94. And that is without the two marquee arms that led the club last season. (Carolina Blue)

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