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Topic - Lonnie Goldberg
Earlier this month, Stephen Lumpkins became the first American University basketball player since 1990 to be drafted into the professional ranks. He just had to trade his basketball shoes for a baseball mitt in order to get there.
"As we got in the room and put things together," Royals scouting director Lonnie Goldberg said, "he became our favorite player."
"We followed him all throughout the year," Royals scouting director Lonnie Goldberg said. "As we got in the room and put things together, he became our favorite player."