Warren Bogle, Baseball, 1966-1967
Warren was the first Miami player drafted in the Major League Baseball draft. At UM, he led the team in victories and innings pitched both years, and struck out 242 batters in 191 innings for an average of 11.4 K's per game, which still stands as the school record. His 17 strikeouts against Rollins in 1966 ranks 5th and the 15 complete games in his career is still currently 6th in school history. Warren also hit for a .329 career average and .523 slugging percentage, both figures still in the school's Top 10 for batters with less than 300 AB's. He made his MLB debut with the Oakland Athletics on July 31, 1968. Played for Coach Ron Fraser