Lim Chang-yong finally made his Major League Baseball debut in a home game against the Milwaukee Brewers on Saturday, coming on the Chicago Cubs' third pitcher in the top of the seventh with one out.
At the age of 37 years, three months, and four days, Lim became the second-oldest player to debut with the club since 1901. He gave up one hit and one walk, but wrapped up the inning with a double play, not conceding any runs in 2/3 innings.
After the hosts lost 5-3, Chicago Cubs Online reported that Lim "made his big league debut and was rather shaky. Lim gave up a hit and walked a batter but induced a 6-4-3 double play to get out of the jam in the seventh."