Rudy Owens

#29SP,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 241
Bat: L
Throw: L
Born:
College: Chandler-Gilbert CC
Birth Place: Mesa, Arizona
Draft: 2006 28th round by the
  • Axford makes his 2017 debut; Doolittle takes step forward to return
    NBCS Bay Area

    Axford makes his 2017 debut; Doolittle takes step forward to return

    OAKLAND -- A five-run ninth inning for the Red Sox that lasted more than a half-hour derailed any chance Eduardo Rodriguez had of getting his first career complete game. Not that the left-hander was complaining. After a bitter loss to Oakland a year ago when he allowed just one hit over eight innings, Rodriguez was more than happy with the way things turned out. Rodriguez earned his second straight win, Mitch Moreland homered in his third consecutive game and Boston beat the Oakland Athletics 12-3 on Sunday to avoid a four-game sweep. "I wanted to go back out there but they hit the ball pretty good in that inning and I know I had to get out of the game," Rodriguez said about the long wait. "I'll

  • Hunter Pence hints at plan to open gaming and coffee shop
    San Francisco Chronicle

    Hunter Pence hints at plan to open gaming and coffee shop

    San Francisco Giant Hunter Pence is a man of many interests. One of his favorite hobbies, as we know from his tweeting about a bachelor party he attended, is playing "Magic: The Gathering." And one day, Pence says, he and his wife Alexis — who is also an avid gamer — are planning to create a place for some of their like-minded peers to hang out and play. Appearing on a podcast with Gary Vaynerchuk of digital agency VaynerMedia, Pence answered a question about whether or not he has plans to become a pro eSports player. He doesn't, he explained, but he and Alexis would like to facilitate a space for board game tournaments (in the video above at around 4:30). "There was a time when I could have

  • STATS/TSX

    Astros look to bounce back vs. Tigers

    The Houston Astros experienced a relatively carefree run to the best record in baseball, but they encountered some tumult over the weekend in the form of a sweep by the Cleveland Indians and the loss of two key cogs to injuries. After a rare bad weekend, the Astros look to get back on track Monday night in the opener of a four-game series with the Detroit Tigers. The Astros (29-15) placed catcher Brian McCann on the seven-day concussion disabled list on Sunday.