Chad Jennings, on the ball as always, gives us a long list of updates from Mark Newman. We’ve got good news from Kevin Russo, Sergio Mitre and Dellin Betances, but bad news that neither Jairo Heredia or Bradley Suttle are close to making their 2009 debuts.
I’ll let you read it. The most interesting [...]
From Pete Abe, we get the news that Chien Ming Wang returns to the rotation tomorrow, while Phil Hughes heads to the bullpen. I’m not sure why they chose to pitch Wang tomorrow rather than just throwing him in Hughes’ spot on Friday.
I am on record, as saying that this is a [...]
In my last post, I discussed 4 high-rated talents, Matt Purke, Donovan Tate, Jacob Turner, and Luke Bailey, that could fall to #29 due to signability or health issues. While Bailey (#96 on the BA board) has not been rated as highly on draft boards [...]
[image title="tanner_scheppers2-thumb-480x7201" size="full" id="4073" align="right" ]Draft season is almost here. Unfortunately, I won’t be near an internet connection for all of next week. Luckily, Eric knows his draft stuff much better than I do. He has some cool things planned. Stay tuned.
Keith Law’s newest mock draft has Tanner Scheppers falling out of the 1st [...]
In the few months that this blog has existed, I have brought up Jorge Posada’s case for the Hall of Fame on a number of occasions. I posted the following from THT:
Jorge Posada may not be the most glamorous offensive player, but his high-OBP, grind-it out game has been a key element in [...]
EJ, Eric, and I were at the game last night, and it was my first trip to the new park. Let me give a very brief review: We sat in Section 203, the new home of the bleacher creatures. From our seats, the Stadium felt exactly like the old place, just a bit nicer and [...]
-With all the winning the Yanks are doing lately (16 of 20) bad news becomes more newsworthy. Remember the old Newspaper axiom “A million people going to work and doing nothing wrong may be true, but it isn’t news.” On that note, it was a bad day if you were a rehabbing Yankee yesterday. [...]
Scranton falls to Syracuse, 3-2
Casey Fossum got the start, giving up 3 runs on 7 hits and 2 walks in 6 innings, while striking out 4. Anthony Claggett pitched 3 shutout innings, allowing a hit and a walk while striking out 1. Reegie Corona and Austin Jackson were each 1 for 4 with a [...]
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