Saturday, June 25, 2016

Pro Days

The Winnipeg Blue Bombers kicked off their CFL season with a loss to Montreal last night. If you watched the game on ESPN2 you might have spotted former Dartmouth captain Garrett Waggoner '13 playing special teams for Winnepeg. Check out his Blue Bombers bio HERE. has a story about Indianapolis defensive line coach Gary Emanuel, a Dartmouth assistant under Buddy Teevens from 1988-91. Find the story HERE.

This is his old Dartmouth bio:
Dartmouth already has one pitcher on the Chicago Cubs' staff. Could it have two in a few years? Looking to join Kyle Hendricks '12  is Duncan Robinson '16, a 6-foot-6, 220-pound right-hander selected by the Cubbies in the ninth round of the Major League Baseball Draft.

A loyal BGA reader from away shared this Wrigleyville "Catching Up With" feature on the lanky Texan.

As for Hendricks, he is in the headlines for something he did last night (LINK):
Chicago Cubs right-hander Kyle Hendricks made history Friday, becoming the first starting pitcher since at least 1900 to allow one hit in a minimum of five innings, with that hit being a grand slam, according to . . .
Hendricks recorded five strikeouts but departed with the game tied, giving him his first no-decision since May 11 against the San Diego Padres. His record remained at 5-6 while his ERA improved from 2.94 to 2.76.
Chicago won, 5-4.