Chris Tillman

#30SP,
W
16
L
6
ERA
3.77
K
140
BB
66
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 200
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born:
College: None
Birth Place: Anaheim, California
Draft: 2006 2nd round by the
  • 2017 Fantasy Baseball Draft Prep Strategy: Starting pitcher tiers 3.0 include elite moves by Yu Darvish, Jacob deGrom
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    2017 Fantasy Baseball Draft Prep Strategy: Starting pitcher tiers 3.0 include elite moves by Yu Darvish, Jacob deGrom

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  • Saturday Bird Droppings
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    Saturday Bird Droppings

    Happy Maryland Day! There are a mere 9 days until Opening Day, and you can feel the excitement! That’s the uniform number last worn by David Lough and worn most notably by current Orioles executive/coach/totally-not-the-owner’s-spy Brady Anderson. It was also Reggie Jackson’s number for 1976, the one year he spent with the Orioles. On to the news... Glad to see the starting rotation rounding into shape heading into the season. “We’ll keep running them out there and see where we are,” Buck Showalter said. “Hoping things go well Sunday with Chris.” Well, if that doesn’t inspire confidence, I don’t what will. It’s basically the same quotes in a slightly different order than the article from The