Tag: Angelo Rodriguez

Big Dollars Fly in Free Agent Signing Frenzy

(Game date: Jan. 19, 2019) — After a largely lackluster 2017-2018 off-season in terms of free agent signings, things have livened up as big contracts have flown around for the 2018-2019 edition as teams position themselves as potential playoff contenders for the 2019 season.

The last of the compensation-eligible free agents, Gula Kareem, Ricky Jalapeno, and William Febres, all signed shortly before Christmas. A flurry of bullpen arms have since been signed, including future Hall of Famer Angelo Rodriguez who will enter his 20th season in the Bull League as the all-time leader in wins, games started and completed, innings pitched, and strikeouts.

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Rodriguez, Chinchilla Hit Milestones in Wins, Homers

Thirteen-time all-star Angelo Rodriguez of the Minneapolis Ravens has hit a career milestone worth celebrating, as he registered career win #150 tonight against the Louisville Sluggers, after holding them to just a single run as the Ravens took the game 16-1.

Angelo Rodriguez, a 13-time all-star, notched his record-setting 150th win tonight

“A-Rod” allowed the Sluggers just 2 hits and 2 walks, while striking out just 1 batter in 4.1 innings during an extended relief appearance.  Alejandro Dominguez had the start, and threw 4.2 innings of shutout ball before leaving in the 5th inning with mild calf strain. Continue reading “Rodriguez, Chinchilla Hit Milestones in Wins, Homers”

Inferno Sweep Aside Ravens

The AEL Championship Series wrapped up in short order, with the Calgary Inferno sweeping the Jacksonville Ravens, 3-0.

3B Israel Medina won series MVP

Earning Series MVP honors was Israel Medina, the third baseman for Calgary, who batted .455 against JAX, bashing 5 homers, batting in 7 and scoring 5 times. Continue reading “Inferno Sweep Aside Ravens”

2017 Could Prove Big Year for Milestones

Many players in the Bull League are expected to hit benchmark milestones in career statistics this season, in what will be an especially interesting and likely record-breaking year with the expanded 100-game schedule making its debut.

Hits

New York’s Setsuo Kimura is 81 hits away from the important 1,500 career hits mark

Several hitting milestones in particular are expected to be breached, including two current players who could reach the rare 1,500 career hits mark: Continue reading “2017 Could Prove Big Year for Milestones”