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So long http://www.angelsfanproshop.com/authent ... art-jersey , Harry, and other stories"Cubs recapsChicago Cubs minor leaguesChicago Cubs essaysChicago Cubs game threadsWrigley Field renovationsFull archiveLibrary Bleed Cubbie Blue Community GuidelinesCurrent time in ChicagoBCB Specials & Site InfoWinter 2019 music threadsCubs StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Cubs newsYahoo Cubs team pageYahoo Cubs reportYahoo Cubs depth chartYahoo Cubs transactionsYahoo Cubs photosOdds Shop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub hicago Cubs and baseball historyBaseball history unpacked, February 18New,1commentSo long, Harry, and other storiesCSTShareTweetShareShareBaseball history unpacked, February 18Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY SportsA wildly popular 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. The embedded links often point to articles that I’ve chosen as illustrative of the scenes, from The Society for American Baseball Research, reproductions of period newspapers, images Justin Verlander Jersey , and other such material. It’s all lightly unpacked and tidied up, just for you.You might learn something, but mostly, it’s for fun!Today in baseball history:1891 - American Association owners dismiss league President Allen W. Thurman and replace him with Louis Kramer of Cincinnati. The owners also denounce the National Agreement, launching a new war with the rival National League. The owners are unhappy with Thurman’s decision in the Lou Bierbauer case. In his capacity as Chairman of the National Board of Control which decides disputes under the National Agreement, he ruled that the AA’s Philadelphia Athletics no longer had reserve rights over Bierbauer, who jumped from the Athletics to the Players League in 1890, and then refused to return to his old team after the Players League folded. (3)1922 - Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis resigns his federal judgeship, claiming the two jobs (judge and Commissioner) take up too much time. (2)1943 - New York entrepreneur William D. Cox purchases the bankrupt Phillies from the National League. The 33 year-old new owner will be banned from baseball in November by commissioner Landis when he admits to making some “sentimental” bets on his team during the season. (1)1967 - During a special softball exhibition game, pitcher Eddie Feigner strikes out six consecutive major leaguers. The victims are Willie Mays, Willie McCovey Houston Astros Jersey , Brooks Robinson, Harmon Killebrew, Roberto Clemente and Maury Wills. (3)1998 - Longtime baseball announcer Harry Caray dies at the age of 84 after suffering a heart attack four days earlier while having Valentine’s Day dinner with his wife, Dutchie. The colorful “Mayor of Rush Street” started his career in 1945 with the Cardinals and also did play-by-play for the A’s, White Sox, and the Cubs during his 52 years in the broadcast booth. (1)Cubs birthdays: Walter Thornton, Zip Zabel, Cal Neeman, Bob Miller, Jerry Morales, Kevin Tapani http://www.astrosfanproshop.com/authent ... der-jersey , Shawn Estes, Brian Bogusevic. Also notable: Joe Gordon (HoF)Sources:(1) — The National Pastime.(2) — Today in Baseball History.(3) — Baseball Reference.(4) — Society for American Baseball Research.(5) — Baseball Hall of Fame.Thanks for reading. #Cubsnews Right-handed pitcher Wilmer Font first pitched in the Dodger organization in 2017.Pitching at Oklahoma City, he led the Pacific Coast League with 178 strikeouts.Font’s contract was selected in..."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections 2019 Spring TrainingProspectsCommentaryNews and NotesPlayer Profiles2018 Dodgers Review:Wilmer FontNew,38commentsBycraigminamiNov 17, 2018,6:00am PSTShareTweetShareShare2018 Dodgers Review:Wilmer FontKirby Lee-USA TODAY SportsRight-handed pitcher Wilmer Font first pitched in the Dodger organization in 2017.Pitching at Oklahoma City, he led the Pacific Coast League with 178 strikeouts.Font’s contract was selected in September 2017 and he pitched in three games that September.Font remained on the 40-man roster through spring training and he was on the 25-man Opening Day roster.Font would pitch in six games in April for the Dodgers.Then Font was traded to the Oakland Athletics for minor league pitcher Logan Salow.Salow pitched for Great Lakes and Rancho Cucamonga in 2018.He was part of the Quakes California League championship team.Font would be traded one more time.On May 25, 2018, the Rays traded minor league pitcher Peter Bayer for Font.Font pitched well for Tampa until he went on the 10-day disabled list on June 30th with a strained lat.Tampa would then transfer Font to the 60-day disabled list on July 4th and Font did not pitch again in 2018.What went rightFirst, making the 25-man Opening Day roster was a career first for Font.Second, Font found himself with the Rays Hector Rondon Jersey , in 27 innings pitched, he gave up five runs and struck out 20.What went wrongFont gave up 10 home runs in 17 combined innings when he pitched for the Dodgers and the Athletics in 2018.2018 particularsAge: 28 Stats (Total for three teams):2-3, 44 innings pitched, 19 games, five games started, 5.93 ERA and 36 strikeouts Game of the yearFont’s last two starts in 2018 will perhaps keep him in the Rays’ future plans.The first start was against the New York Yankees on June 23rd.He pitched 5?scoreless innings, he gave up three hits and one walk while striking out four.Font would pick up the win with a Game Score of 66.Font followed that game by allowing just one run in five innings against the Houston Astros.He gave up one hit and two walks.Roster statusThe Rays reinstated Font from the 60-day disabled list on November 2, 2018.He is currently on their 40-man roster.Font is out of options but more importantly, he pitched well for the Rays so it would not be out of the question that he stays on their roster and will have an opportunity to pitch in Tampa next season.