Seth Baldwin News Archive

Chaz Frank will lead young UNC outfield

Of all the places on the diamond where the UNC baseball team lost players from last year’s squad, the outfield took the hardest hit. Two of the three players that logged the most innings in the Boshamer Stadium grass, Ben Bunting and Seth Baldwin, are no longer with the team. The last man standing is junior Chaz Frank, who hit .278 in 230 at bats last spring. (Daily Tar Heel)

White Team Takes Second Series Opener, 8-3

The second series of the Fall World Series opened up with an 8-3 victory for the White Team Friday night as Luis Paula threw six scoreless innings and Seth Baldwin and Michael Russell combined to drive in seven runs. Game 2 of the series will be on Saturday evening at 6 p.m. (Tar Heel Blue)

Around The Bases with Seth Baldwin

Inside Carolina caught up with senior outfielder Seth Baldwin at the Fall World Series. How have you felt at the plate so far? “I've felt good. I have had couple of bad games before the Fall World Series started and in the first game and I made an adjustment. When you make an adjustment you start hitting really good then you start moving back to where you were [with you hands]. Now I’m just being natural and focusing on what is coming.’” (Inside Carolina)

Seth Baldwin goes from bunter to basher

Going down the list of things he’s supposed to do, North Carolina right fielder Seth Baldwin didn’t exactly check off many items Friday. Yet he ended up as one of Tar Heels coach Mike Fox’s favorite players after Game 1 of the NCAA super regional at Boshamer Stadium. (Burlington Times News)

Seth Baldwin's homer better than a bunt

North Carolina baseball player Seth Baldwin went bunting for the fences Friday and may have sent one all the way to Omaha, Neb. It happened in the seventh inning of a pitching duel between the Tar Heels' Patrick Johnson and Stanford's Mark Appel in the opening game of a best-of-3 NCAA Super Regional in Boshamer Stadium. (Charlotte Observer)

Tar Heels on cusp of College World Series

Patrick Johnson put in work Friday afternoon, painting corners with sliders and pounding fastballs inside on Stanford hitters. North Carolina's senior right-hander turned in a splendid performance that - along with a two-run homer by Seth Baldwin in the seventh - helped carry the Tar Heels to a 5-2 victory in their best-of-3 NCAA Super Regional series at Boshamer Stadium. (Charlotte Observer)

Tar Heels Take Super Regional Opener, 5-2

Patrick Johnson spent most of Friday hitting the outside corner of the plate, frustrating batters and protecting North Carolina's slim lead. The senior is making pitching in the NCAA tournament look pretty easy this year. Johnson pitched into the eighth inning and Seth Baldwin hit a two-run homer in the seventh to help the Tar Heels beat Stanford 5-2 in the NCAA super regionals. (Tar Heel Blue)

Tar Heels prevail in Super Regional opener

North Carolina held on this afternoon to defeat Stanford 5-2 in the first round of the Chapel Hill Super Regional of the NCAA baseball tournament. Seth Baldwin hit a two-run homer for UNC in the bottom of the seventh inning for a 3-0 lead. Stanford scored twice in the top of the eighth, getting its runs on three hits. (Winston-Salem Journal)

Patrick Johnson pitches North Carolina past Stanford

Patrick Johnson pitched into the eighth inning and Seth Baldwin hit a two-run homer in the seventh inning Friday to help North Carolina beat Stanford 5-2 in the NCAA super regionals. Johnson allowed five hits while striking out seven in 7 2-3 innings for the Tar Heels (49-14), who spent much of the opener of the best-of-3 series protecting a one-run lead. (

Seth Baldwin Hitting his Stride

Despite a slow start to his junior season, outfielder Seth Baldwin is emerging as another offense threat in No. 12 North Carolina’s batting lineup. On Tuesday, Baldwin stepped to the plate in the third inning against UNC-Wilmington’s Ryan Leach and broke a scoreless tie with a home run to right center field (Inside Carolina)

Baldwin, Heels send ORU home

Seth Baldwin wanted to keep it simple. With his team in a win-or-go-home situation, the UNC sophomore was only looking to do what he had been taught Sunday against Oral Roberts in Game 5 of the Norman Regional. With the Heels leading 3-2 in the fifth inning, Baldwin blasted a three-run homer over the left field fence to propel UNC to a convincing 12-4 victory over the Golden Eagles in the NCAA baseball tournament. (Durham Herald-Sun)

Tar Heels Topple Oral Roberts 12-4

Jacob Stallings matched a career-best three hits and Seth Baldwin ripped a three run home run to lead North Carolina over Oklahoma 12-4 Sunday afternoon in game five of the Norman Regional at L. Dale Mitchell Park. The Tar Heels improve to 38-21 and advance to face Oklahoma later tonight. (Tar Heel Blue)

Diamond Heels Wrap Up Fall World Series With Tie

Seth Baldwin and Tarron Robinson slugged two-run home runs, and right-handers Jimmy Messer and Colin Bates turned in sharp outings on the mound in a 4-4 tie Tuesday in the finale of North Carolina's intra-squad baseball Fall World Series. The White team claimed the FWS title with a record of 4-1-1 in six open scrimmages. (Tar Heel Blue)

Fall World Series: Game 6 Notebook

In a game rife with incentives for both teams to add or subtract mileage from their fitness runs, the Blue and White team played nine innings and ended the Fall World Series with a 4-4 tie. The scoring was powered by a pair of two-run home runs from sophomores Seth Baldwin and Tarron Robinson. (Inside Carolina)

Tar Heels Set Fall World Series Rosters

The UNC baseball program has set the rosters for its annual Fall World Series, which opens Monday at Boshamer Stadium. The Tar Heels have split their 35-man roster into two teams for a pair of best-of-three series with a winner-take-all game seven, if necessary. Senior shortstop Ryan Graepel will pilot the Blue team, which also features returning position players Jacob Stallings, Seth Baldwin and Brett Thomas. (Tar Heel Blue)

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