Holding an MBA from Stanford University, Timothy (Tim) Shields leads program and program portfolio management at UBS. Away from UBS, Tim Shields makes time to cheer on his favorite teams, including the Philadelphia Phillies.
At the beginning of 2016, the Philadelphia Phillies acquired Yoervis Medina from the Chicago Cubs. The team traded its 2010 first round pick, Jesse Biddle, a left-handed pitcher who underwent Tommy John surgery and is expected to sit out the entire 2016 season, to the Pittsburgh Pirates to sign the right-handed pitcher.
Venezuela native Yoervis Medina is 27 years old and has played two seasons as a Major League Baseball (MLB) player. A relief pitcher, he was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in 2013 and spent a majority of his career with the team before being traded to the Chicago Cubs mid-season in 2015. He holds a 10-9 win-loss record and a career earned run average (ERA) of 3.08. While his career walks are considered high at 79, Medina has performed well at striking out batters. In addition, he has given up only 10 home runs over the course of 146 games.