Tag: Chris Kimbrough

Spring Training Begins for 2020 Season

(GAME DATE – Feb. 26, 2020) — The Bull League kicks off Spring Training today, and players and GMs are anxious to play some baseball once again.

The off-season was quiet, with just a handful of big name free agent deals, and not too many trades, as teams worked on developing their talent internally and making adjustments as we move into the second year of full 162-game schedules. Continue reading “Spring Training Begins for 2020 Season”

Metros Make 2 Big Signings

(GAME DATE – Nov. 30, 2019) — The Montreal Metros have signed two relief arms to bolster their bullpen, which ended the 2019 season with the 2nd worst ERA in the Lake League.

A nearly $40 million, 4-year deal was handed to Chris “Cornell” Soundgarden, a 35-year-old right handed middle reliever, who has played for Chicoutimi, Nevada, Hamilton, Arizona, and most recently, Ohio. Over 13 seasons, he is 38-42, with 61 saves, a 3.71 ERA, 544 strikeouts over 587.0 innings, and a career 1.29 WHIP. Continue reading “Metros Make 2 Big Signings”

Kimbrough Gets 100th Save

Chris Kimbrough notched his 100th save on Monday night, and is now in the top 20 on the career saves list.

The 29-year-old Ohio Oxen closer is in his 7th year playing at the major-level, and was signed by the Oxen during the off-season to a three year deal for $2.98 million a year. Continue reading “Kimbrough Gets 100th Save”

CL Kimbrough Signs Deal with Ohio

Ohio and Chris Kimbrough have reached an agreement bringing the 28-year-old to the Oxen at a price of $8,940,000 over 3 years.

Kimbrough has made 177 relief appearances and has 88 career saves, and up until now has spent his entire 6 year major-level career with the Denver Highlanders. He led the AEL in saves in 2014 with 21.