Guess time doesn't heal all wounds.
The Washington Nationals named Jim Hickey their pitching coach on Monday. Hickey, 59, was a special assistant for player development with the Los Angeles Dodgers the past two seasons. The 2021 season will be his 38th in professional baseball and 16th as a major league pitching coach, a role he held with the Houston Astros (2004-06), Tampa Bay Rays (2007-17) and Chicago Cubs (2018).
Jeurys Familia entered in his place and recorded the final four outs to put New York ahead in the series. Game 2 Despite the Game 1 loss, Chicago had to feel pretty good about their prospects of evening up the series with eventual 2015 NL Cy Young winner Jake Arrieta on the mound. The Mets had other plans, however, and quickly squashes any good feelings the Cubs might have had.