Portland Sea Dogs


Phillip Diehl’s first trip to Denver was not an auspicious one. Making his Major League debut against the Chicago Cubs on June 11, the Cincinnati-born left-hander gave up two runs over one inning. The next night, it was an identical pitching line.  Then he nearly caused a brawl after plunking Anthony Rizzo; Chicago decided to retaliate against Nolan Arenado…...

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