You don’t want to put too much stock into it because in the grand scheme of things, what’s [seven] innings in an entire career? said Zimmermann, a Towson University and Loyola Blakefield product who has the least experience of the three. It’s nothing.
on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, Bleed Cubbie Blue brings a you a Cubs-centric look at baseball’s past. Here’s a handy Cubs timeline, to help you follow along as we review select scenes from the rich tapestry of Chicago Cubs and Major League Baseball history*. Today in baseball history: 1886 - A business wrangle in the National League ends in a weakening of the league’s famous 50 cents admission standard.
Ramón Urías wasn’t meant to start at shortstop in the Orioles’ six-inning Grapefruit League win over the Boston Red Sox on Thursday. In filling in for Freddy Galvis after the presumptive starter was scratched with hip soreness, Urías took his chance to make an impression with a three-run home run that gave the Orioles a late lead.