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Archive for 2014
Join me today to watch the Cubs go for the sweep.
The Yankees are in town, the need pitchers, and they’ll happen to see the two that might be available.
That can’t be the kind of thing that happens all that frequently. Let’s look a little more at the numbers, and discuss implications.
Soler had been playing quite well at AA, and he’ll be out of action once again.
If Kolek and Aiken were off the board, and the Cubs wanted to go with a high school arm, who would it be?
Sorry. Sometimes even I succumb to the cheesy headline. Also, thoughts on Soriano’s return.
The international free agent market is a tricky, but important long-term vehicle.
So much crow to go around.
Once upon a time, the peaceful land of Wriglandia was under siege by the beastly, narrative-driving monster, TanakaSoriano.
Whether by the eye test or the stat test, Rondon has been a stud. (And, just for fun, Neil Ramirez has been better.)
The switch hitter seems like a legitimate talent, and he’s very likely to sign before July 2.
You don’t see too many players simultaneously at the top and bottom of so many offensive categories.
A short two-game set at Wrigley. Brace yourself for Tanaka fist-shaking, and Yankee back-patting.
I’ll be at Yankees/Cubs tomorrow afternoon, and then out to see the Kane County Cougars Thursday night. Also: news and stuff.
If you are searching for meaning in small sample splits, you can find a lot. Maybe more than you intend.
Fantastic writing, fantastic game, fantastic injury talk, and fantastic walk-up music.
We already knew the price would be high. But are there some trade comparables we can look at to get a more specific idea?
Is there another troublesome wrinkle in Javier Baez’s early-season struggles?
A deciding factor could come as soon as today, in the form of a Mexican League decision.