To take a break from Yankee news, I think that one of the more interesting questions in baseball heading into Spring Training is: which team is strongest in the NL West?
Standing from last year:
Los Angeles Dodgers: 84 wins Arizona Diamondbacks: 82 wins Colorado Rockies: 74 wins San Francisco Giants: 72 wins. San Diego [...]
2009 MLB WORLD SERIES ODDS TO WIN
Arizona Diamondbacks 30/1
Atlanta Braves 35/1
Baltimore Orioles 150/1
Boston Red Sox 15/2
Chicago Cubs 7/1
Chicago White Sox 25/1
Cincinnati Reds 50/1
Cleveland Indians 25/1
Colorado Rockies [...]
Josh Kalk of The Hardball Times posted an interesting article yesterday about the importance of throwing curveballs in conjunction with high fastballs. It is a fascinating read, as it gives some insight into the strategy of pitching, and provides some graphical evidence to analyze the concept of changing the hitter’s batting eye level. One [...]
From the Yankees’ website:
The Yankees moved Wednesday to bolster their Minor League depth chart, acquiring catcher and outfielder Eric Fryer from the Brewers for left-hander Chase Wright.
The 23-year-old Fryer played last season for the Class A West Virginia Power of the South Atlantic League, batting .335 (129-for-385) with 10 home runs and [...]
There are two looming issues that seem poised to hound the Yankees over the next few seasons. The first is the gaping hole in Center Field, something that has been an issue for the last two seasons and will continue to trouble the Yankees until Austin Jackson proves that he can handle New York’s most [...]
At a fundraiser yesterday, Brian Cashman was asked about the Yankees possibly pursuing Manny Ramirez. His response was a bit disturbing:
“We respect his abilities, there’s no doubt about it, but we’re now in the non-roster-invite mode. … We’ve secured the areas of need and hopefully put ourselves in a better position. We’re not playing [...]
Earlier, Derek Jeter spoke to SI about the Torre-A-Rod situation:
“I’m just curious as to why people keep asking the same questions over and over. We’ve been down this road before. Alex is a teammate. I support him. Our whole team is behind him. We all support him. And we’re looking forward to a [...]
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