UNC baseball infield adjusts to changes
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
When the Minnesota Twins signed first-round draft pick Levi Michael on Aug. 15, they opened up a $1.2 million hole on the left side of North Carolina’s infield. The shortstop had been a key factor in UNC’s success in each of the past three seasons. Junior second baseman Tommy Coyle will slide over to shortstop this season — a move he’s been eagerly anticipating for some time. (Daily Tar Heel)
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