Tuesday, August 14, 2007


Former Wichita State University standout Drew Moffitt is now a Miner, and Brian Logan is a Miner again.

Moffitt, a 6-foot-2, 210-pound outfielder/designated hitter In 198 games from 2002-04, hit .300 with 60 home runs and 217 RBI's
Moffitt was first drafted in the 25th round of the 2003 major league draft by Boston, but didn't sign, In 2004, after busting 26 homers for the Shockers, Moffitt improved his draft status. He was then selected in the 10th round by Baltimore, who in turn signed him.

Moffitt, who'll celebrate his 26th birthday this Sunday, played two seasons in the Orioles' organization before being released in 2005.

Brian Logan was 2-1 with a 2.81 earned-run average in 24 games with Southern Illinois, but his trade to Gateway turned into a nightmare. Picking up just five innings of work, Logan had no record with a 14.40 ERA in six games.
We picked him up via Gateway trading him to River City, and Pinto calling River City up and offering a draft pick for him.

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