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Cornstubble Selected by Royals in MLB Draft
Courtesy: Mike James
Cornstubble served as CMU's starting catcher during his entire four-year career, finishing with a .280 career batting average, 35 doubles, eight home runs and 125 RBI. He was selected by the Kansas City Royals in the 40th round of the 2010 MLB Draft.
MOUNT PLEASANT -- Senior catcher Dale Cornstubble, who helped the Central Michigan baseball team to its 12th Mid-American Conference title in 2010, was selected by the Kansas City Royals in the 40th round of the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft.

The Homer, Mich., native hit .326 his senior season, with 16 doubles, one home run and 43 RBI. A career .280 hitter, he served as CMU's primary catcher for his entire collegiate career and finished with 35 doubles, eight home runs and 125 RBI.

The Royals selected Cornstubble with the 1,199th overall selection, the fourth in the 40th round. He is the 15th player to be drafted or signed by a MLB franchise during head coach Steve Jaksa's tenure.
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