It’s a reunion of sorts for ex-Cubs in Los Angeles.
Thursday, the Dodgers announced the rest of their 2018 coaching staff and yet another ex-Cub will be on it:
— Jeff Butera (@ABC7Jeff) January 4, 2018
Brant Brown was the Cubs’ third-round pick in 1995 and made his big-league debut in 1996. In 1998, he played a fair bit of outfield and appeared in 124 games, hitting .291/.348/.501 with 17 doubles, seven triples and 14 home runs in 380 at-bats. That’s a pretty good year; it produced 1.7 bWAR. The most famous game Brown appeared in, of course, was this one:
That’s from a TV highlights show; you probably remember that September 23, 1998 play better as the one where radio broadcaster Ron Santo yelled, “Oh, noooooo!” after Brown dropped the ball.
Source:: Bleed Cubbie Blue