Monthly Archives: April 2009

Lastings Milledge Update

A few weeks ago we were all caught a bit off guard when the Washington Nationals opted to send Lastings Milledge to Triple-A.  There was a lot of curiousity as to how he would react to the move.  Would it … Continue reading

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Around the Majors: April 29

Billy Butler finally showed signs of life.  Jhonny Peralta continues to struggle.  Edinson Volquez returned to his 2008 form.  Let’s take a look at these stories and all the rest from yesterday’s games. Los Angeles (AL) vs. Baltimore Torii Hunter … Continue reading

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Prospect Report: Hitters Edition

It’s time to once again take a look at how some of the top hitting prospects in the game are performing thus far this season.  If there are any players you want added, just let me know. Lars Anderson – … Continue reading

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Travis Hafner to the DL

According to Anthony Castrovince of (click here for the article), the Cleveland Indians have placed Travis Hafner on the disabled list due to “soreness and fatigue” in his surgically prepared shoulder.  The expectation is that his stay won’t last … Continue reading

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Around the Majors: April 28

Due to last night’s Fantasy Baseball Roundtable Radio Show (which you can listen to on Blog Talk Radio), today’s Around the Majors is going to be “Quick Hit” style.  The regular format will return tomorrow. How much longer do you … Continue reading

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Looking at the Fifteen Worst BABIP

Today, let’s take a look at the hitters with the fifteen worst Batting Average on Balls in Play (BABIP) through Monday’s games and the prospects on if they are potentially good buy low candidates or if they are not worth … Continue reading

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