More on yesterday’s snag. Also: I’m not sure folks realize how many advertising signs there are at Fenway Park.
Archive for May, 2014
Jumping your OPS 42 points in one game in late May isn’t easy. When your OPS is already over 1.000? Well that’s just crazy.
And also an hilarious video of a Manny first pitch. Also, offensive struggles and injury updates.
The world’s most delicious concoction? Also: minor league baseball stuff.
Another day, another shutout by the Giants. At least Edwin Jackson looked sharp (his line notwithstanding).
Edwin Jackson hopes to help the Cubs win a series against the best team in baseball.
It doesn’t sound like it’s going to happen now, as details get in the way.
Is there going to be trade interest involving Edwin Jackson? If so, should the Cubs jump at it? I’m not so sure it’s an easy question.
The Cubs project to have the renovation/expansion/development completed before the start of the 2018 season.
Could the Cubs wind up going for a college bat after all? Or could they still land a top arm?
The Orioles could be the “leading team” if and when it comes time for the Cubs to consider dealing Samardzija.
Young power arms aplenty, and a wide variety of options. It could become very important in the near-term.
Thought experiment: If the Cubs somehow brought in some of the Blue Jays’ top prospects, where would they rank in the Cubs’ system?
The Cubs’ offense was absolutely stymied. Just about nothing positive there whatsoever.
Jake Arrieta will look to do in San Francisco what he did in San Diego last time out.
A little pre-game bullpen shuffle. Congrats to the Wright family, it would seem.
With a couple days digestion time, I feel pretty positively about the move to hire/sign Manny Ramirez as a player-coach at AAA Iowa. There’s risk, to be sure – Ramirez[Read More…]
Will either be a significant piece in the long-run? Probably not, but you might as well take a crack when you’ve got the chance.