Pedro Strop

Pedro Strop

Height/Weight: 6' 1"/220 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born: San Cristobal, Dominican Republic
Draft: Undrafted 2002 signed by the
  • Today's News-Herald

    After watching from afar as Japan won the WBC, Cubs' Seiya Suzuki is focused on rehab

    Seiya Suzuki needed time to grasp the reality nearly four weeks ago that his left oblique strain would prevent him from playing in the World Baseball Classic. “Even though I wasn't on the team and I wasn't able to do much for the team, how they did that for me holding up my uniform, not just in that situation but every game they had my uniform in the dugout, it meant a lot for me,” Suzuki said Wednesday through interpreter Toy Matsushita. Suzuki, heading to the injured list to open the season, isn't putting a timeline on when he might rejoin the Cubs. Suzuki is positioned to stay in Arizona when Cubs break camp to get live at-bats in extended spring training and then work his way through a minor league progression.

  • Sports Illustrated Inside The Cubs

    Stroman Named Cubs Opening Day Starter

    The Chicago Cubs Arrive at Spring Training The Chicago Cubs Arrive at Spring Training Stroman Named Chicago Cubs Opening Day Starter Marcus Stroman has been named the Chicago Cubs Opening Day starter for the 2023 MLB season the pitcher announced. Author: Kade Kistner Publish date: Mar 22, 2023 8:09 PM EDT In this story: Chicago Cubs Chicago Cubs starter Marcus Stroman has been tabbed as the 2023 MLB Opening Day starter for the club. Stroman announced the decision on his social media. Stroman is coming off of a strong performance with Puerto Rico in the World Baseball Classic and was the favorite to start Opening Day barring an atrocious spring. The righty posted a 3.50 ERA in 138.2 innings pitched

  • Athletics Nation

    A's fall to the Cubs in Mesa 4-2

    While the baseball world is still abuzz from the incredible World Baseball Classic (WBC) Championship game last night, our A's were back in action at Hohokam Stadium in Mesa to take on the Chicago Cubs. James Kaprielian took the mound after an impressive start Friday against the Giants. The Cubs jumped out in front in the first on free agent acquisition Cody Bellinger's solo homer to right field. Both teams were frustrated early on by double play balls; three in the first two innings.