New Mariners reliever Tony Zych knows where his place is in baseball reference books and the stack of the team's airline tickets. Zych pitched for the University of Louisville and was drafted twice by the Chicago Cubs (2008 out of high school but didn't sign, and 2011) and was sold by the Cubs to the Mariners on April 1.
New Mariners reliever Tony Zych knows where his place is in baseball reference books and the stack of the team's airline tickets. Zych pitched for the University of Louisville and was drafted twice by the Chicago Cubs (2008 out of high school but didn't sign, and 2011) and was sold by the Cubs to the Mariners on April 1. Ed Reinke AP file, 2009
New Mariners reliever Tony Zych knows where his place is in baseball reference books and the stack of the team's airline tickets. Zych pitched for the University of Louisville and was drafted twice by the Chicago Cubs (2008 out of high school but didn't sign, and 2011) and was sold by the Cubs to the Mariners on April 1. Ed Reinke AP file, 2009

Seattle Mariners notebook: Tony Zych revels in his new-found niche in baseball history

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