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Sat Mar 18, 2017 7:46 am

Nice story here!
http://m.mariners.mlb.com/news/article/ ... d=fb_share
What he did know is that he wanted to give the Majors another try. The last pitch he threw in a big league uniform came with the Padres on April 25, 2012. Almost five years later, he's back in Spring Training, giving it his all. So far this spring, he has a 4.15 ERA in four outings."I love the game, and I love to compete," Owings said. "That's why I was willing to go to York. I wasn't doing it for financial reasons, obviously. Just anything but to go out and compete. It's why I've always enjoyed playing the game."


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Sat Mar 18, 2017 7:53 am

Nice story, thanks for posting, Tim.

If Micah doesn't get back to the big leagues, I'd love to see him on the Tulane staff. I think he can help with both the hitting and the pitching. IMHO, he was head and shoulders the best player on the team that was ranked #1 all year and came up short in Omaha. That was, by a long shot, Tulane's most talented team. And he was the best player on it.
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