Tim Dillard

#48RP,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 223
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born:
College: Itawamba (MS) CC
Birth Place: Sarasota, Florida
Draft: 2002 34th round by the
  • Mets earn second straight win, 4-2, over Brewers
    SNY4 hours ago

    Mets earn second straight win, 4-2, over Brewers

    Things you should know about tonight's game... 1) Robert Gsellman allowed two runs -- one earned -- on three hits and a walk with five strikeouts in seven innings to pick up his fourth win of the year. He also drove in two runs with a sacrifice fly and a bases-loaded walk. 2) Rene Rivera and Michael Conforto had RBI doubles during a three-run fifth. Wilmer Flores was the only Met with a multi-hit game after going 3-for-4. 3) Paul Sewald struck out two in a perfect eighth and Addison Reed escaped a two-on, no-out jam in the ninth to record his seventh save in nine opportunities. Post-game reaction from Michael Avallone... A nice tidy win for the Mets thanks to -- surprise, surprise -- strong starting

  • Yardbarker

    Joe Maddon has funny quip about Cubs’ early-season struggles

    The Chicago Cubs set the bar high for themselves last season by winning their first World Series title in 108 years, but manager Joe Maddon isn’t sweating the fact that they haven’t quite lived up to it yet this year. After the Cubs were swept by the Los Angeles Dodgers over the weekend to fall to 25-24 on the season, Maddon managed to maintain a joking mood. “Please, go ahead and freak out,” said the three-time Manager of the Year, per Jesse Rogers of ESPN. “If you want to freak out, freak out.” Even hovering around .500 at the moment, the Cubs are still only 1.5 games behind the Milwaukee Brewers for the NL Central division lead. There has definitely seemed to be a post-championship hangover

  • ABC News

    Road wins key so far for surprising Twins, Brewers

    The Minnesota Twins and Milwaukee Brewers are both in first place, meaning the season has been a surprising success so far. If only their home fans had been able to enjoy it a little more often. The Twins and Brewers are in this position because of their performance on the road. Minnesota is 14-5 away from home, and Milwaukee is 13-8. Both are below .500 at home. They played at home Sunday, with the Brewers beating Arizona and the Twins losing to Tampa Bay . Although they haven't always put on a great show in front of their season-ticket holders, Milwaukee and Minnesota are leading the divisions that include last year's World Series participants. The Chicago Cubs figured to be formidable in the