With six games remaining in the season, he leads the Carolina League with 87 RBI, as well as 220 total bases, a .478 slugging percentage and seven triples. He is third in the league in batting average (.293) and hits (135), and is fourth in runs scored (71) and fifth in extra base hits (48).
“I’m really happy for
A three-year letterwinner (2003-05) for the Wildcats, Brown wrapped up his career in 2005 and finished with a .315 average, 30 home runs and 152 RBI. He helped guide
His junior season (2005) with the Wildcats proved to be his finest, as he finished with a .336 average, 88 hits, 17 doubles, 14 home runs and a team-best 80 RBI. His RBI total for the year made him just the fifth player in school history to eclipse the 80-RBI plateau.
Brown was tabbed a second team All-American by USA Today/Sports Weekly, garnered third-team AA honors from Collegiate Baseball and was named to the All-Pac-10 team in 2005.