After College success, LCSC Warrior goes to bat for MLB

Seth Brown bats his second triple against the Los Angeles Angels at the Oakland Coliseum Sept. 3. Photo courtesy of the San Fransisco Examiner.

Seth Brown bats his second triple against the Los Angeles Angels at the Oakland Coliseum Sept. 3. Photo courtesy of the San Fransisco Examiner.

Eli Thomas, Co-Entertainment Editor

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Former LCSC Warrior Seth Brown made his professional MLB debut on August 26, 2019 for the Oakland Athletics who were taking on the Kansas City Royals at home. It only took him one at bat to record his first career hit as he singled off of Jorge Lopez. Brown went on that night to bat 2 for 6 while scoring two runs and batting one in himself. He has since had a .424 batting average with 9 total runs batted in. Brown played one season at Lewis-Clark State College where he had an average of .386 while hitting 23 home runs and driving 82 RBI. He was 2nd in the NAIA for runs batted in and 3rd for runs scored at 78. He was instrumental in the Warriors winning the NAIA World Series 4 years ago in 2015.

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