Written by Matt Wixon
Former McKinney North baseball star Mike Bolsinger trying to establish himself with Arizona Diamondbacks
Back in 2006, Michael Bolsinger helped McKinney North get to the 4A state baseball tournament. He was a pitcher and right fielder and batted .376 during the season for a team that beat Highland Park (which featured pitcher Clayton Kershaw) on its way to the state tourney.
Bolsinger was a pitcher for Grayson College and then Arkansas and was drafted in the 15th round of the 2010 MLB Amateur draft. So where is he now?
Two months ago, Bolsinger made his major league debut with the Arizona Diamondbacks. He went back to Triple-A Reno for a while, but is now back with the D-backs. Here's some analysis of his position in the Diamondbacks' rotation.
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