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The Future for Dodgers' Prospect Michael Busch May Be All Around the Baseball Diamond


was a first baseman at North Carolina, but the Dodgers saw more defensive ability in him, immediately moving him to second base after drafting him in the first round in 2019. Busch has moved steadily up the minor-league ladder since then, culminating in a 2022 season that saw him whack 70 extra-base hits in Double-A and Triple-A. (Dodgers Nation)

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The Future for Dodgers' Prospect Michael Busch May Be All Around the Baseball Diamond


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