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Former Diamond Heel Michael Busch continues to make a name for himself in minor leagues


UNC Tar Heel is swinging through the minors, becoming one of 17 players to hit 30+ home runs this season in minor league baseball. Busch, a member of Oklahoma City Dodgers, the triple-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers, has been on a roll with a .280 batting percentage. Busch was a valuable member of the UNC baseball program. (Tar Heels Wire)

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Former Diamond Heel Michael Busch continues to make a name for himself in minor leagues


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