Courtesy: Mike Boseak/CMU Athletics
2010: Drafted by the Kansas City Royals in the 40th round of the MLB Draft ... had 22 two-out RBI ... ranked second on the squad with 16 doubles ... finished with 21 multi-hit efforts, including four three times, and knocked in multiple runs on 12 occasions ... ended the season with a season-best eight-game hitting streak ... hit .330 in MAC games with seven doubles and 20 RBI ... started 48 games behind the plate and six at third base.
2009: Had a career-best 14 multiple-hit games, including five-hit games against Miami (4/11) and Western Michigan (5/8) … tied for second on the squad with nine multiple-RBI efforts … had a season-best six-game hitting streak in mid-April that included three multiple-hit games and a 13-for-27 span and eight RBI … picked off six base runners … hit .323 in MAC action, hitting four homers and smacking five doubles while driving in 18 … started 42 games at catcher and five at third base. 2008: First collegiate home run came at UNLV (2/22) … had a 2-for-4, two RBI effort against Michigan State (4/16) that started a three-game stretch where he knocked in seven runs while going 7-for-10 … capped his season with two singles in three at bats against Ball State in the MAC Tournament (5/22) … longest hitting streak reached four games … had nine multi-hit games and five multi-RBI performances … picked off five base runners … threw out 16 of 41 attempted base thieves (39 percent) … started 41 games behind the plate.
2007: Batted .311 with 25 RBI in conference play … had 10 multi-hit games, including a five-hit effort at Akron (4/14) … smacked two doubles and drove in six that day against the Zips … nine multi-RBI performances … started 44 games behind the plate. High School: Coached by Scott Salow … shared Michigan’s Mr. Baseball honor with teammate Dan Holcomb as a senior … two-time all-state first-team honoree … two-time league MVP … teammate of former CMU pitcher Josh Collmenter on 2004 Homer squad that finished 38-0 and won state title … helped Homer win a national record 78 consecutive games … part of state championship clubs in 2004 and 2006 and runner-up in 2005 … four-year all-district, three-year all-region selection … four-year letterman. Personal: Born Dale William Cornstubble on March 4, 1988 in Homer, Mich. … son of Dale and Julie Cornstubble … sport studies major … nickname is Stubbs.