KANSAS CITY -- Kameron Loe could always tell when his grandfather was at one of his ballgames, because he could hear him in the stands."Hubba hubba!" Howard E. Pound would call out. This was an old rally cry from his military service that Pound brought home from World War II. Loe heard it from Little League, to high school, to college at Cal State-Northridge, right in his grandfather's backyard. He heard it in his head on April 18, when Loe logged a win against the Dodgers, the day after his grandfather passed away at 93. And he'll hear it again on Father's Day, when Loe mourns the man who he credits for helping him on his way to the big leagues.