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Sox kicking up their heels over UNC's Bard

Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Red Sox scout Jeff Zona, whose coverage area includes North Carolina, assumed he was just going through the motions when he set up a meeting before the start of the college baseball season with Andrew Miller and Daniel Bard, star pitchers for the University of North Carolina. Both Miller, a 6-foot-7-inch lefthander considered a potential No. 1 pick, and Bard, a 6-4 right hander who last summer was the best pitcher in the Cape Cod League, figured to be long gone by the time the Sox drafted. (Boston Globe)

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