Monthly Archives: November 2008

Quick Hit: Randy Wynn

The San Francisco Giants Randy Winn is a very interesting player to look at.  In the past he’s shown the potential for power (20 HR in ’05) and the potential for speed (five seasons of over 20 SB).  Last year, … Continue reading

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Will 2009 be Alex Gordon’s breakout?

To be one of the most highly touted prospects is certainly high praise for a player to try to live up to.  Just ask the Royals’ Alex Gordon who entered 2007 considered the next hot item of major league baseball … Continue reading

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Bullpen Moves (Phillies, Red Sox)

A few teams made some minor moves to help their bullpens, though neither of these moves should make any fantasy waves: David Murphy of The Philadelphia Daily News (click here for the article) is reporting that the Phillies have signed … Continue reading

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Prospect Watch: David Freese

It’s always tough to judge a prospect by his performance in the Pacific Coast League (Triple A), especially offensive players.  It is such a high-powered league that 26 HR’s can almost be considered an afterthought, considering Dallas McPherson led the … Continue reading

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Quick Hit: Josh Johnson

Before we get into today’s article I wanted to take a moment to wish everyone and their families a Happy Thanksgiving.  I hope you all enjoy your day, however you celebrate it. A fourth round draft pick of the Marlins … Continue reading

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Bobby Parnell: Starter or Reliever

My newest article is up for Gotham Baseball Magazine, looking at whether the Mets should use Bobby Parnell as a starter or reliever in 2009 (ah, the Aaron Heilman debate all over again for Mets fans).  To check it out, … Continue reading

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