Monthly Archives: November 2009

Everth Cabrera: An Early 2010 Projection

Young shortstops are getting a lot of focus these days, but the names generally mentioned are Alcides Escobar and Elvis Andrus.  There’s a third speedster who belongs to be included in that group, the Padres’ Everth Cabrera. Before we get … Continue reading

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Statistical Analysis: Ten Worst Pitcher’s HR/FB from 2009

We have all seen pitchers suffer from whiplash, consistently turning to watch ball after ball sore over the fence.  The question is, is that a problem that is going to plague them once again or is there hope of overcoming … Continue reading

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Pablo Sandoval: An anamoly, or potential long-term star?

by Jimmy Hascup What does a player do after he finishes his first full season in the major leagues with the fifth highest batting average, finish sixth in the NL in slugging, and seventh in the NL in OPS? Oh … Continue reading

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Prospect Report: Allen Craig

There are some prospects who possesses a bat so good that an organization will try them anywhere across the diamond in order to find a spot.  The St. Louis Cardinals have such a prospect in Allen Craig, who has played … Continue reading

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Should Omir Santos Start For The Mets, Let Alone For Those In 2-Catcher Formats?

Yesterday Topps released its All-Star Rookie team for 2009 and while there were some justified selections and some questionable ones, the player that has the most intrigue for me is the Mets’ Omir Santos.  He beat out phenom Matt Wieters, … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving To All

I wanted to take a moment to wish everyone a very Happy Thanksgiving!  I hope everyone enjoys their turkey, stuffing, pumpkin pie and whatever your favorites are. I also wanted to thank everyone for supporting the site.  You are what … Continue reading

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