Welcome back to the Dreamcast! This is the 35th edition, which we name for former Cub Will Ohman, LOOGY extraordinaire, who wore the number 35 during the 2000 and 2001 seasons.
This is a short podcast to introduce to you two of our newest friends, Kevin Brown (not the pitcher even though he’s linked) and Behind the Ivy. Also, we wanted to remind you that we were still alive...
Major League Baseball is a cut-throat business apparently. Nationals pitcher Will Ohman had just pitched the sixth inning in spring training against the St. Louis Cardinals when he was delivered some bad news. He had been cut. Before the game had even ended.
“Will Ohman, who pitched the sixth inning today, was cut before the game ended. Tough day at the office.” – @AdamKilgoreWP...
Will Ohman has pitched in the majors for 10 years so he knows how things work in spring training. But we’re not quite sure that even he was ready for what happened to him on Sunday.
Ohman pitched in the sixth inning of the National’s Grapefruit game against the Cardinals on Sunday where he gave up two hits and two walks.
Afterwards, Ohman was informed that he would be cut and...
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After getting in an inning of work during a game against the Cardinals, Nationals pitcher Will Ohman was informed he had been cut...before the end of the game.
Tweet The Washington Nationals boast one of baseball’s best starting rotations, one that includes Stephen Strasburg, Gio Gonzalez, Jordan Zimmermann, Ross Detwiler, and Dan Haren. While the bullpen isn’t exactly shabby, not with Rafael Soriano, Tyler Clippard, and Drew Storen present, it is light on left-handers. That’s where Will Ohman comes in. The veteran [...]
The Washington Nationals have signed veteran relief pitcher Will Ohman to a minor league contract. The 35-year-old left hander will also receive an invitation to Spring Training.
Ohman spent the 2012 season with the Chicago White Sox but struggled to the tune of a 6.41 ERA in 32 appearances.
Currently the Nationals have no left handers who appear certain to be on their Opening Day...
The Chicago White Sox have decided to designate left-handed reliever Will Ohman for assignment after a wild final appearance with the team.
The White Sox announced after Wednesday's win at Minnesota that the move will be made on Thursday, before they begin a four-game series in New York against the Yankees.
The 34-year-old Ohman has pitched for six major league teams. This...
Via AP on Fox
June 27, 2012