Several other players on the DL were introduced.
One of the things I particularly enjoy about the first postseason game of any series, and of the wild-card games, is the introductions of all the players from the competing teams. They line up on the baselines, give high fives or fist bumps to their coaches and teammates, and add a little pomp and circumstance to the event.
Generally, this is done in the following sequence: first, coaches and trainers; then, players not scheduled to start in the game, and lastly, the starting lineup.
The non-starters are announced in numerical order, and stand that way in line.
Other Cubs pitchers on the 60-day DL — Brandon Morrow and Drew Smyly — were there and introduced, and Smyly did not throw one pitch for the big-league Cubs this year, though he made a couple of rehab starts before running out of time.
In fairness, it doesn’t look like another 60-day DL …Read the Rest
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