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Levi Michael is on the fast track
Levi Michael's baseball career has always seemed to be on a fast track, first at North Davidson and then at North Carolina. It's no different...

UNC baseball infield adjusts to changes
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...

2012 Top 100 College Baseball Players Countdown: 51. Colin Moran
As a freshman in 2011, he appeared in all 67 games starting all but one. He led the team in all three triple crown categories...

Twins sign first-round pick Levi Michael
Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN - The Minnesota Twins announced today that they have signed their first round pick from the 2011 First-Year Player Draft, infielder Levi...

Levi Michael eyes a momentum boost
For most of the season, North Carolina relied on freshman Colin Moran and junior Levi Michael to carry the offense and help lead the Tar...

Tar Heels overcome tragedy to return to Omaha
This team has just a single first-rounder, shortstop Levi Michael (No. 30 by the Twins), and has relied instead on a group of guys with...

Whether with Twins or UNC, Levi Michael will fit in
University of North Carolina junior Levi Michael grew up in the small town of Welcome, N.C. and eventually left high school early to play for...

Draft stars abound as Super Regionals begin
Behind shortstop Levi Michael, the No. 3 overall seed North Carolina Tar Heels face Stanford and two of the nation's top left-handed relievers at 3...

Q & A with North Carolina SS and Twins draft pick Levi Michael
Levi Michael spoke with SI.com's Jonathan Jones about not being distracted by his future, how his team is trying to rally amid some unfortunate circumstances...

Video: Levi Michael on MLB Draft
Coverage of Levi Michael's 1st round selection by the MLB Network, and Michael's reaction to being picked 30th overall...

Levi Michael's Moment
North Carolina has at least two more games with shortstop Levi Michael in the lineup, and if the junior standout has anything to do with...

Strange weekend for UNC's Levi Michael
There was no way for Levi Michael to wrap up the way he played in UNC's NCAA regional. Triumph, failure, achievement, frustration - it was...

Diverse defense helps define Tar Heels' Levi Michael
Earlier in his college career, Levi Michael played at other positions in the infield out of necessity. The Tar Heels had slick-fielding Ryan Graepel at...

Tar Heels looking past the draft
UNC's Levi Michael admitted Tuesday he's a little bit relieved the MLB Draft is over. The shortstop said he was excited to be selected by...

Twins select versatile Levi Michael with first pick
Levi Michael said he was "super surprised" to hear his name called. When he did, it was because the Minnesota Twins selected the junior shortstop...

Minnesota Twins select UNC SS Levi Michael in 1st round of MLB draft
The Twins selected North Carolina shortstop Levi Michael in the first round of the 2011 draft, making him the first college position player they've taken...

Tar Heel for the Blue Jays?
Both Baseball America and Perfect Game USA scouting service predict the Jays will select North Carolina Tar Heels shortstop Levi Michael. What makes him so...

North Carolina baseball prospects hoping for draft call
Levi Michael, a shortstop from UNC, has perhaps the best chance of going early but teammate Jacob Stallings could also land somewhere in the first...

Levi Michael's return to shortstop bodes well for Tar Heels
Over the past three years, North Carolina's Levi Michael has established himself as one of the Tar Heels' most consistent batters, and it's one of...

Monday Baseball Interviews
Monday interviews with assistant coach Scott Forbes, shortstop Levi Michael, first baseman Jesse Wierzbicki, catcher Jacob Stallings and pitcher Patrick Johnson, as the Diamond Heels...

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