Born March 14th, 1995... Majoring in Communications... Aspires to one day work in law enforcement... Chose PBA because the atmosphere of the school and the coaches and team... Favorite Major League Baseball team is the Boston Red Sox... Son of Bob and Jen Brennan... Has one sister: Carrie.
Bobby battled injuries for the second consecutive season, as he only played in 11 games on the season … finished the season with a .231 batting average, going 6-for-26 at the plate … went 2-for-3 with three runs scored in a win over Winona State on March 7.
Battled injuries most of the year but still appeared in 23 games with 22 starts…split time between third base (eight starts), second base (six starts), DH (six starts), shortstop (one start) and outfield (one start)…showed lots of promise at the plate with a .317 average and 26 hits with 15 RBIs despite playing just half the season…had six multi-hit games and three three-hit games…had a four-hit game against Nova Southeastern (4/19)…also had a three-hit game against the Sharks (4/8)…hit two home runs on the season, against Barry (4/12) and Rollins (5/6)…drove in three in season finale against Rollins (5/6)…finished the year with six doubles.
Attended the University of Maine... Saw action in 13 games for the Black Bears, making nine starts... hit .214 with two runs scored and an RBI... recorded his first hit against Clemson (2/20)... named a Maine Scholar-Athlete *Rising Star*.
Played at Bishop Verot Catholic where he served as a captain his junior season… played four years of varsity, three years as the starting shortstop… finished with a .300 average as a senior with five triples, five doubles and a home run…. as a junior hit .330 with 33 hits, 10 doubles, seven triples and 20 RBI… team finished as state champions in 2011 and state runner up in 2012 and 2013…. state semifinalists in 2014… named to theNews Press All-Area second team… Perfect Game Top Prospect, ranked 256th in the nation… Under Armor Preseason All-American in 2013 and 2014… Played for the Boca Raton Lightning (South Florida Collegiate Baseball League) in the summer of 2014 where he hit .385