A quick tour of some of the Cubs that have been recently vanquished by Jim Hendry and the Hendry-nots
Michael Wuertz - He entered today with 7 scoreless innings, no walks and 9 K's plus a win and a hold. He was called upon today in a tie game with a runner on versus the Yanks and the runner got caught stealing but Wuertz's scoreless streak came to an end with back-to-back doubles followed by back-to-back singles to give the Yanks a two-run lead which the A's subsequently erased to get Wuertz off the hook for the loss.
Felix Pie - Playing left fied mostly for the Orioles with a few stints in center...he's sporting a 135/220/216 line so far with a a home run and 11 K's versus 4 BB's in 42 PA's.
Rich Hill - Expected to begin a rehab assignment later this week that should last the full 30 days.
Luis Montanez - Just got called up by the Orioles to replace the DL'd Ryan Freel. Montanez had a 29-game streak of reaching base in the minors dating back to last year and an OPS at 1.000 so far this season. He went 1-for-5 with a double and a strikeout in his first game back.
Matt Murton - A crowded Colorado outfield forced the Rockies to send Murton to Triple A where he's responded with a 1.169 OPS along with 5 BB's to just one 1 K, plus 5 doubles and 3 HR's.
Scott Eyre - 2.2 perfect innings so far on the season with three strikeouts in five games. Will strikeout lefty for food.
Jerry Blevins - He only got two outs in two outings for the A's before being optioned to the minors. Doing a little better in the minors with a 3.38 ERA in 2 outings.
Sean Gallagher- Three appearances for the A's out of the pen this season, giving up runs in two of them and an 8.10 ERA.
Eric Patterson - Hitting well in Triple A with a 311/415/578 line in 45 AB's.
Jason Marquis - A 4.26 ERA in three starts including a win over the Cubs last week. Just Jason being Jason.
Casey McGehee - Beat out Mike Lamb for a spot on the Brewers bench and saw him play second base last night when Rickie Weeks went out with an injury. Hitting 250/250/250 in just 8 PA's.
Mark DeRosa - Batting just 241/323/431 but with 15 RBI's which is tied for third in the AL (6 of those RBI's came in Saturday's laugher at Yankee stadium).
Kerry Wood - A 6.23 ERA in the early going but 2 of 2 in save opportunities with 9 K's in 4.1 IP.
Bob Howry - A 3.38 ERA in 6 games (5.1 IP) for the Giants, 5 K's to just 2 BB's and no HR's allowed. He has 2 Holds and 1 Blown Save.
Ryan Harvey - 267/290/567 for the Rockies Double A affiliate with 2 HR's in 30 AB's and 8 K's to just 1 BB.
Ronny Cedeno - Has played LF/SS/2B/3B for the Mariners while hitting 174/240/348 in 25 PA's.
Henry Blanco - Blanco has hit 2 HR's for the Padres in 18 PA's for a total line of 188/278/563.