8/6 Raley to start Tuesday

Left-hander Brooks Raley will make his Major League debut Tuesday for the Cubs, replacing Matt Garza in the Cubs rotation. When he starts, Raley (@BrooksRaley) will be the 14th rookie the Cubs have used this season, and seventh pitcher. A sixth-round pick in 2009, Raley began the season with Double-A Tennessee and was 2-2 with a 3.51 ERA in eight starts, striking out 29 over 48 2/3 innings. He was bumped up to Triple-A Iowa, where he was 4-8 with a 3.62 ERA in 14 starts. He struck out 69 and walked 28 over 82 innings, and opponents were batting .272 against him. In his last start Aug. 2, he gave up six runs on 10 hits over six innings. Garza was sent back to Chicago to have his right elbow examined, and was expected to be placed on the disabled list.

– Carrie Muskat

3 Comments

Gee whiz….i was looking forward to another Coleman pitching start.

The Cubs have wrote off this season, and will now look at every pitcher in the entire minor league system. Look for Rusin and McNutt this September.

Why don’t they start Cardenas and see what he has on the mound since he’s just taking up space on the bench??? :)

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