Frank Gennario lost his father to bone cancer when he was 16 years old, and more than anything else, he clings tightly to memories of their days together at Yankee Stadium. As his son neared the same age three decades later, Frank made a decision: The ballpark bond between him and young Tony would have
PHOENIX — Welcome to Chase Field, Aaron Blair. Finally. The Atlanta Braves right-hander was paid a $1,435,000 signing bonus as the No. 36 overall pick by the Diamondbacks in the 2013 draft. However, he never pitched a major league game for Arizona. He was dealt to Atlanta in late 2015, along with outfielder
The Atlanta Braves right-hander was paid a $1,435,000 signing bonus as the No. 36 overall pick by the Diamondbacks in the 2013 draft. On Wednesday, Blair finally gets the chance to pitch in the Diamondbacks' home ballpark as he makes his first start of the season for Atlanta.