Glendon Rusch is giving new meaning to the term "Number Two Starter" In the Cubs' 8-6 loss to the Cincinnati Reds, Rusch managed to give up a homerun to Reds pitcher, Bronson Arroyo, who had never hit a homerun before he faced the G-unit. Infact, before Wednesday, Arroyo had barely hit anything at all. He had a total of 4 hits in 55 career at bats, with a .077 batting average and 33 strikeouts. His last hit was on Oct. 2, 2001.
update: Are you freaking kidding me? Another home run to Arroyo! What kind of #2 is this?