Kyle Drabek

#31RP,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 205
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born:
College: None
Birth Place: Victoria, Texas
Draft: 2006 1st round (18th pick) by the
  • Summing up the Cubs' impressive, potentially season-altering homestand
    CSN Chicago

    Summing up the Cubs' impressive, potentially season-altering homestand

    For the third straight year, the Cubs' season could hinge on an important series with the San Francisco Giants. In August of 2015, the Cubs swept the Giants in a four-game set at Wrigley Field and they built off that momentum to win 97 games and make it all the way to the National League Championship Series. Last fall, the Cubs rallied to beat the Giants in an epic comeback in Game 4 of the NLDS, essentially winning the World Series in that game, by Joe Maddon's opinion. The 2017 Cubs have spent all year hovering around .500 before winning three of four against the Giants this week at Wrigley, looking more and more like the defending champs. Thursday's 5-1 win over the Giants was the icing on

  • NBC Sports

    Wanna feel old? Dusty Baker’s son Darren is graduating from high school

    Remember Darren Baker, the son of Nats manager Dusty Baker? If you do, it’s because you remember him as a three-year-old bat boy for the San Francisco Giants who, during Game 5 of the 2002 World Series, was almost run over at home plate only to be saved by Giants first baseman J.T. Snow. Now Darren is graduating from Jesuit High School in Carmichael, California, so father Dusty will miss the Washington Nationals weekend series against the San Diego Padres to attend the ceremonies and festivities. Baker will rejoin Washington when they begin a three-game series in San Francisco on Monday.

  • MLB Power Rankings: Rangers, Mets headed in opposite directions
    Yahoo Sports

    MLB Power Rankings: Rangers, Mets headed in opposite directions

    I’m really, really worried about your team. The rankings (records through Wednesday’s games): 1. Houston Astros (31-16; Previous: 3): Three years since Sports Illustrated said they’d win in ’17, and now everything feels a little stale. 2. Washington Nationals