Cole Maye (right) puts his older brother Luke in a headlock. The brothers are only 15 months apart in age and look enough alike that Cole, a pitcher for Florida, is mistakenly told often these days that he played very well in North Carolina’s championship run.
Cole Maye (right) puts his older brother Luke in a headlock. The brothers are only 15 months apart in age and look enough alike that Cole, a pitcher for Florida, is mistakenly told often these days that he played very well in North Carolina’s championship run. Scott Fowler sfowler@charlotteobserver.com
Cole Maye (right) puts his older brother Luke in a headlock. The brothers are only 15 months apart in age and look enough alike that Cole, a pitcher for Florida, is mistakenly told often these days that he played very well in North Carolina’s championship run. Scott Fowler sfowler@charlotteobserver.com

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