Eric Gagne

#38RP,
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 240
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born:
College: Seminole (OK) JC
Birth Place: Montreal, Quebec
Draft: Undrafted
  • CSN Philly

    Today's lineup: Jorge Alfaro returns as Phillies go for sweep of Dodgers

    In the end, things reverted to form: The Dodgers won and the Phillies lost. The Dodgers are headed to the playoffs, the Phillies to who-knows-where. Los Angeles scored twice in the seventh inning Thursday afternoon to beat the Phils, 5-4, and salvage the finale of a four-game series (see observations). The Dodgers, the majors’ best team at 97-56, lowered their magic number to one for clinching a fifth straight NL West championship. The Phils, baseball’s second-worst team at 61-92, were left with a lovely parting gift: hope. “I think it’s a good lesson,” J.P. Crawford, the rookie shortstop-turned-third baseman, said of the series as a whole. “It showed us, or showed me, we can compete with the

  • Ryan Zimmerman sets career high in homers vs. Braves
    CSN Mid-Atlantic

    Ryan Zimmerman sets career high in homers vs. Braves

    Postseason teams are continuing to win, except for the Los Angeles Dodgers, and some incredible runs put on by teams just outside of the playoffs are being pushed to the side. Although most of the divisions have been wrapped up, the battle for first place in each league and the overall top seed for home-field throughout the playoffs are getting heated. Of course the Dodgers losing three straight to Philadelphia Phillies, with the potential for the sweep tonight, is a huge factor. Still at 96 wins they hold the best record in baseball but everyone is charging fast. Cleveland is now a game behind for home-field throughout the playoffs and Houston is 2.5 back. The Indians have won 26 of their last

  • UCLA's Dan Guerrero knows where he came from and where he wants to go
    ESPN.com

    UCLA's Dan Guerrero knows where he came from and where he wants to go

    Andrea Canales covers Liga MX and Mexico National Team for ESPNFC.com. Neither of his parents ever graduated from high school. Now his school has won more NCAA titles during his tenure than any other athletic director in Division I history. UCLA athletic director Dan Guerrero, a native son of Los Angeles, excelled from his humble beginnings, going to UCLA on a baseball scholarship, then eventually becoming a sports administrator and one of only four Latino athletic directors (out of 128) of a Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) school. UCLA also leads with the most NCAA championships overall with 113. It doesn't stop fans from clamoring for more success, keeping the pressure on. "Athletic