Carter runner-up in Frontier League MVP selection
Last updated 2/14/2008 at Noon
Josh Carter was the runner-up in the selection for the Frontier League’s Most Valuable Player award.
The 1998 Fallbrook High School graduate, who spent the 2007 baseball season with the Kalamazoo Kings in the independent minor league, finished second to shortstop Travis Garcia of the Chillicothe Paints.
“In my mind and in my teammates’ mind and in my manager’s mind I was MVP. I went out there and gave it my all every day,” Carter said.
Carter, who served as the Kings’ designated hitter, batted .311 with 12 home runs and 75 runs batted in. He had 109 hits, including 21 doubles...