Cory Luebke

#41RP,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 210
Bat: R
Throw: L
Born:
College: Ohio State
Birth Place: Maria Stein, Ohio
Draft: 2007 Sandwich pick by the
  • Three strikes: Chris Sale misses a record, while Rockies keep rolling Wednesday
    Sports Illustrated

    Three strikes: Chris Sale misses a record, while Rockies keep rolling Wednesday

    Surprise: The pitching performance of the night belonged not to the AL ace on the cusp of history (more on Chris Sale below) but to a Colorado Rockies pitcher with a 5.09 ERA entering Wednesday. Tyler Chatwood tossed seven scoreless innings, allowed one hit and struck out eight on a dreary evening at Citizens Bank Park where nothing went right for the spiraling Phillies—not even the Phanatic’s attempts at lightening the mood. Yes, Colorado was a popular sleeper pick before the season.

  • NBC Sports3 hours ago

    If Tigers are sub .500 at end of June it’ll be fire sale time

    Jon Morosi reports that that the Detroit Tigers will make all veterans available via trade if they’re still under .500 by the end of June. With the exception of the Indians, the AL Central is mostly down, or at least appeared to be over the winter, with the Royals in decline and the Twins and White Sox seemingly a few years away from contention. The Twins, however, have been fantastic and the Tigers have mostly underachieved.

  • Preview: White Sox host Tigers in doubleheader today on CSN
    CSN Chicago

    Preview: White Sox host Tigers in doubleheader today on CSN

    Jose Abreu has made quite a turnaround from being a guy who was admittedly lost to bashing the ball like Abreu of old. From April 19th on, Abreu has hit at another level, reminiscent of the performances he put on throughout an eye-opening 2014 campaign in which he was the unanimous American League rookie of the year winner. Over that stretch, Abreu has slashed at an absurd .347/.404/.677 clip with nine doubles, one triple, 10 home runs and 22 RBIs in 136 plate appearances. Earlier this week, Abreu said the run is the product of trusting his tireless preparation. "I struggled in the first few weeks of the season but I kept working," Abreu said through an interpreter. "Now I'm at this point where