Kansas baseball head coach Ritch Price announced 16 additions to the 2020-21 roster. Maui Ahuna, Samuel Brady, Ryan Callahan, Tony Castonguay, Carson Collins, Jacob Dillon, Jake English, Jack Hammond, Stone Hewlett, Tavian Josenberger, Max Martinez, Will Maxey, Cooper McMurray, Ayden Mertz and Grant Shepherd will all don the Crimson and Blue next season.
Kansas baseball announced its newest signee on Tuesday afternoon. Seven-year old Quinn Cogan of Lee’s Summit, Missouri has been named an official member of the roster through Team IMPACT during their Draft Day ceremony. Cogan was diagnosed with leukemia in 2018 and is the active/maintenance stage of his treatment.
Kansas baseball concludes its fall slate of exhibition games at Nebraska Saturday, Oct. 19 at 1:05 p.m., at Hawks Field at Haymarket Park. The game is scheduled to last 12-innings with gates set to open one hour before first pitch.
At the beginning of June, the Kansas baseball team saw two of its players selected in the top-10 rounds of the Major League Baseball (MLB) Draft when the Boston Red Sox selected both junior catcher Jaxx Groshans and junior pitcher Ryan Zeferjahn.