If they offer bus miles the way they offer airline miles, Dylan Floro will probably be able to travel anywhere he wants in the continental U.S. by September.
Indeed, just yesterday, right-handed reliever Dylan Floro was recalled to the Chicago Cubs for the third time this season, as Cubs closer Wade Davis went on the paternity list to be present for the birth of his son:
#Cubs Wade Davis and wife Katelyn welcomed their 2nd child, a boy, on Monday
— Carrie Muskat (@CarrieMuskat) June 6, 2017
But now that Davis’ son has been born, he’s rejoining his team, which means that Floro is headed back to Triple-A Iowa without having thrown a single pitch:
— Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) June 6, 2017
Although Floro hasn’t really stuck with the big-league club in any of his call ups yet this season, I suspect this isn’t the last we’ve seen of him. For now, though, he’ll head back to Iowa and continue to serve as depth for the big league squad.