Ziegler Breaks 101-Year-Old Major-League Record
Greg ('76) and Lisa (Rhodes ‘77) Ziegler held a big league celebration at the end of May when their son Brad was called up to the majors. Since signing with the Oakland A’s out of the Independent Leagues in 2004, Brad has been one of the A’s most successful minor league pitchers, winning at least nine games all three years.
On July 27, Ziegler made Major League Baseball history when he extended his scoreless streak to 27 innings and broke the 101-year-old record of 25 innings set by Philadelphia Phillies right-hander George McQuillan in 1907.
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