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This is probably not news to anyone but me, but I was listening to the second game of the Giants-Cubs game and who comes in for relief for the Cubs but none other than the pride of the Culiacan Tomato Growers: Rodrigo Lopez! I thought that he had long ago faded away from the big leagues. He was one of my favorite O’s.

Eli Whiteside was also featured in the game…as catcher for the Giants!

Speaking of Whiteside, can anyone explain to me how the Giants are currently atop the NL west with a 45-34 record and…sporting a mighty +2 run differential to boot!

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This is probably not news to anyone but me, but I was listening to the second game of the Giants-Cubs game and who comes in for relief for the Cubs but none other than the pride of the Culiacan Tomato Growers: Rodrigo Lopez! I thought that he had long ago faded away from the big leagues. He was one of my favorite O’s.

Eli Whiteside was also featured in the game…as catcher for the Giants!

Speaking of Whiteside, can anyone explain to me how the Giants are currently atop the NL west with a 45-34 record and…sporting a mighty +2 run differential to boot!

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