Dontrelle Willis

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Can Trevor Rogers be the first long-term, dominant lefty for the Marlins since Dontrelle Willis?

It’s been a while since the Marlins have had a dominant, steady left-handed starter in the rotation. Caleb Smith had impressive flashes in 2019, and before him, there were high hopes for Adam Conley and Scott Olsen (among others), but the last southpaw who starred for the Fish was Dontrelle Willis. D-Train was a fan favorite for five seasons (2003-2007), peaking as the runner-up for the 2005 NL Cy Young award.
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Dodgers Hire Dontrelle Willis As Special Assistant

The Los Angeles Dodgers hired Dontrelle Willis as a special assistant, which the former MLB pitcher announced himself on social media. Manager Dave Roberts confirmed Willis is now part of the Dodgers front office, but didn’t yet have specifics on the role. “Anytime you can get the knowledge and energy...
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Dontrelle Willis

3/1 The Dodgers have hired Dontrelle Willis as a special assistant in the player development department. Willis made the announcement himself via Twitter, joking “Special assistant sounds dope even. Current Greats: Clayton Kershaw, Mike Trout, Mookie Betts, Jacob deGrom, Miguel Cabrera, Zack Greinke, Jose Altuve, ... All-Time Greats: Stan Musial,...
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Dontrelle Willis hilariously reacts to Steve Bartman cutout at A's-Mariners

Of all the cardboard cutouts present at T-Mobile Park for the A's series in Seattle this past weekend against the Mariners, one seemed to stand out. In left field, Steve Bartman, the Chicago Cubs fan who became famous for reaching for a foul ball during an NLCS game against the Florida Marlins in 2003, a game Chicago went on to lose, was right there in the front row.