This from Pete Abe, here. Sit back down, fellow Bleacher Creatures, this doesn’t apply to us. All you Grandstanders and upper deckers can stop reading as well. If you have someone in a funny hat driving you to work, don’t have to work at all, or occasionally confuse dollar bills with something you use [...]
Jesus Montero Hits Two More Out
Jesus Montero went 2 for 4 in Tampa’s early game today with two more home runs. He’s now at .371/.421/.614 on the season. At 19 years old, Montero’s start to the season has been fairly astonishing. Its always brightens up my day to think and write about Montero. He [...]
Here is a writeup from SWB Yankees beat writer Chad Jennings on Phil Hughes’ last start for Scranton. It pretty much sums up exactly what I feel we should see tonight. I’ll break it down by pitches below:
Fastball: Phil will be throwing a 90-93mph 4-seamer that is relatively straight but has good late [...]
Dave Cameron of USS Mariner takes a look at new M’s manager Don Wakamatsu:
While the Griffey scenario was the biggest challenge, he’s also proven adept in other areas. His handling of the bullpen has been very good so far, finding the right options for high leverage [...]
Dave Pinto brought up an interesting point when discussing John Harper’s article (more on that later) about Hughes allowing Joba to move back to the bullpen:
John Harper is the latest to bring up Joba back to the pen again, this time, because Phil Hughes might be ready to start in the majors. [...]
Tyler Kepner doesn’t. Not only does he think he will last the season, he thinks he’d be retained for 2010 as well. He did an interview with Steve Lombardi over at WasWatching and had this exchange:
WW: True, $23 million for 15 wins would be an interesting scenario in terms of the fan reaction. [...]
Another tough day for the big club, but thankfully, there is minor league baseball.
Scranton defeats Rochester, 7-3
Ian Kennedy was solid, allowing just an unearned run on 7 hits and 2 walks in 4 2/3 innings of work, and striking out 4. He was pulled after only 81 pitches, so either he was laboring [...]
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