Ray pitched very well, so did most of the bullpen. Jarrod Dyson somehow knows when to hit a home run and did so in the top of the ninth to tie it up. Archie Bradley couldn’t hold serve or get an out and the Cubs walk-off for the series victory.
The D-backs are at .500 and still hanging in there. The red-hot Pirates are next as the D-backs hope to finish April strong and still be contenders.
So is the life of a minor league baseball player. He helped the big squad win a game. Hopefully, that means he will have confidence next time we need him.
Wrigley Field needs a retractable roof for windy days. Fake ivy is better than real ivy that is not always in season and lush. They may also benefit by having a pool and monstrous desserts for sale.
A list of flamethrowers for each team. Archie Bradley obviously makes the list for the D-backs. But honestly, his average mph of 95.6 is significantly lower than most other team’s flamethrower. It seems to be a basic observation that since Randy Johnson, the D-backs just don’t seem to throw as hard as other teams.
A great article if you want to learn more about Lou Gehrig other than his games-played streak and the disease named after him.