Former KCC pitcher Kenton San Miguel signs with the Battle Creek Bombers

As noted in our “KCC in the news” post this morning, the Battle Creek Enquirer posted an article last night highlighting four Central Michigan University baseball players who have signed on to play for the Battle Creek Bombers, including former Kellogg Community College player Kenton San Miguel.

According to the Battle Creek Enquirer post:

“San Miguel, a 6-foot-2 sophomore from Wheeler, is in his first season with CMU after leading Kellogg Community College to the NJCAA Division II World Series in 2011. He made his Chippewa debut at Hawaii, working two innings out of the bullpen. In his one season at KCC, he earned All-Region honors with a 6-4 record, a 1.86 ERA and 69 strikeouts. As a prep at Breckenridge High School, he earned first team All-State and recorded a state-record 22 strikeouts in a seven inning game.”

San Miguel is featured in the above photo, taken last spring and included in a gallery on Kellogg Community College’s Facebook page with the caption “Kenton SanMiguel was named to the All-Region team. Congrats Kenton!”

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