Sept. 4, 2008
Eight current and future Lobos spent their summers honing their skills in summer leagues all across the country.
Mike Brownstein, Rafael Neda, and recent signee Edwin Carl helped lead the Hays Larks to the 2008 Jayhawk League Championship. Brownstein finished the summer batting .411 in 26 games, collecting 18 RBIs, 11 stolen bases and seven doubles. In 15 games, Neda drove in nine while smacking two home runs and three doubles. Carl posted a 3-3 record, striking out 42 over 44.2 innings.
Brian Cavazos-Galvez participated in the Northwoods League, leading the Battle Creek Bombers in batting average at a .360 clip with four home runs. Cavazos-Galvez also sported a .566 slugging percentage along with 21 RBIs in 35 games this summer. Right-hand pitcher
Bobby Moore spent his summer in California with the Lodi GrapeSox of the Sierra League. The team is in its first season of competition.
Future Lobo Cameron Monger played outfield for the Dodge City A's, also of the Jayhawk League. He finished the summer batting .200 with three RBIs and eight runs
Bret Fanning and Anthony Martinez played for the Cheyenne Grizzlies. Fanning batted .303 with 19 runs, 14 RBI, one double, three triples, one home run, and 12 stolen bases through July 23. Martinez carried a .216 batting average, 17 runs, 22 RBI, six doubles, one home run and five stolen bases, also through July 23.