Mike: You know what’s not great, the Yankees’ play lately.
Larry: I’m trying to remind myself that as frustrating as they’ve been, (a) It’s still only May; (b) [...]
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From The Hardball Times:
Just in case you weren’t aware, Gardner is hitting a ridiculous .346 this season with a staggering .427 OBP, 12 stolen bases, 21 runs scored, and a impressive 10 to 9 BB/K ratio. Sure it’s early, but those are [...]
Robinson Cano’s volcano-hot April has attracted the attention of the baseball universe. He’s been recognized as one of the best 2nd basemen in the AL for sometime, but now he’s making a case for being included among the game’s elite players.
According to Baseball Prospectus, Robbie’s 2009 offensive line of .320/.352/.520 translated [...]
I know I’m getting ahead of myself here, but given my obsession with walks I couldn’t help but notice that Josh Willingham is tied for second in the National League in bases on balls, with 19.
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I hate to give credence to anything that John Kruk said or wrote, but he penned an article for ESPN today that provides a jumping off point for an interesting discussion:
It’s no secret that Tampa Bay is a small-market team with a small payroll ($68.2 [...]
I haven’t done one of these in a while, and there’s loads of good stuff out there from the past few days. Here goes-
It has become conventional wisdom at this point that the Yankees intend to make Carl Crawford a wealthy man at the end of the 2010 season. Allow me to be among the first to ask, why?
Don’t get me wrong, Crawford is a solid player, but his career line of .295/.335/.437 translates [...]
I must admit I was a bit surprised at the reaction I got on my Carl Crawford piece from yesterday. People seem to think more highly of Carl than his numbers would suggest, and underrate Werth for some reason. So I wanted to take a minute to lay out some numbers, offensive and [...]
My favorite rumor-maven is at again, with a new piece in SI detailing the Yanks desire to have Carl Crawford patrolling Left Field in Yankee Stadium when he becomes a free agent after this season. He writes:
Still, as one competing executive says, “The Yankees absolutely love Crawford.”
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The last of our guest posts was done by (sic). Some of you might recognize him from RAB as “the artist formerly known as (sic)” or from twitter as @tafkasic, and you can read more of his work at thebatshatters.blogspot.com. He took a look at the 2011 [...]
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