MLB: 31-year-old makes debut with Cubs
CHICAGO (AP) -- When he heard that his manager -- his first-ever big league skipper -- had called him a "kid," Bobby Scales couldn't help but smile.
"Sounds good to me," he said. "Maybe we can hoodwink him and make him think I'm 26."
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