The 26 year old middle infielder sports a career major league line of .
What does MI stand for?
MI stands for Middle Infielder (baseball; 2nd baseman or shortstop)
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- Metropolitan Institute
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- Michel Catalog (philatelic catalog)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Byline: Erik Boal Special to the Daily News Melissa Brown has been and always will be a middle infielder.
They looked like the manager, the battery and a couple of middle infielders deciding if they wanted to pitch to Manny, or walk him and take their chances with Andre Ethier.
The varsity squad lost a number of starters to graduation - including its top two pitchers, catcher, middle infielders and center fielder - and coach Mike Daley departed, as well.
Just as in 2007, a middle infielder that is no power threat did much of the damage—last year, Ronnie Belliard, this year, the first multi-homer game of Cristian Guzman’s career.
Even when both of the Angels' starting middle infielders were on the disabled list for a long stretch, they kept things moving along, mostly because the pitching has been so dominating.
I also believe that middle infield is a position and that every middle infielder should be able to play both shortstop and second base.
Ohman did his job, inducing a soft ground ball towards first base, but the first baseman Martin Prado, a converted middle infielder, threw wide to a late-covering pitcher, allowing a run to score.