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Levi Michael completes his best minor league baseball season


Levi Michael has played seven years of professional baseball and 2018 - his first in the New York Mets organization - was by far his best. Simply put, Michael was one of the best players in the Double-A Eastern League. He led his team, the Binghamton Mets, with a .305 batting average. Michael hit a career-high 10 home runs to go along with 36 RBIs and 13 stolen bases. (Lexington Dispatch)

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