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06-23-2014, 09:58 AM
Good observations all around. I'm in the keep him, play him camp. Arcia is a major leaguer now; he's got to learn to control his emotions at this level, where the pressure is highest. Young sluggers...
06-09-2014, 08:26 AM
Always liked Jason Kubel. Unfortunately, pro baseball with few exceptions is a game for guys in their 20's, and you have be lucky enough to stay fairly healthy even to stick around to 30. Kubel did...
05-29-2014, 11:30 PM
I disagree. Aaron Nola's delivery transfers power correctly in sequence from push, then turn, then flip. His flip is out front of his right shoulder, so there is no strain to his rotator cuff and...
05-07-2014, 09:32 AM
A lot of this depends on Joe Mauer's sore back. At C you've got Suzuki, Pinto and Escobar in an emergency. That does leave room to rotate Parms at 1st/RF while Arcia does LF/RF, Colabello at RF/1st,...
04-16-2014, 01:39 PM
Not quite ready to give up on Florimon. Late last season his stance and decision making started looking better at the plate. This season he got a slow, delayed start because of his appendicitis. I...
03-28-2014, 06:06 PM
Gibson's got the stuff to dominate. He's got the build to last into late innings. Make a whinny, ya big stud horse!
What Gibson said reminded me of early Frank Viola. In his first year he was clearly over-anxious and didn't pitch very well. After he learned to relax, he became Sweet Music.
And who names a ligament Ulnar, anyway? Hey Ulnar, get a clue! Yeah you, ya weak little ligament that likes to pop, just to piss me off! Hey Ulnar, Thor called, he wants his hammer's name back!
02-25-2014, 10:25 PM
Pretty good model for the rest of our economy. A handful of billionaires horde all the money while treating the rest of us like peasants. Isn't this what the Founding Fathers intended? Isn't this the...
02-24-2014, 06:19 PM
I don't agree with plugging Willingham in at LF until the deadline. Teams already know that he's slow, got an iron glove, but otherwise has an accurate, average velocity throw to second, cutoff and...
02-06-2014, 10:54 AM
Lots of guys work hard, but it seems like they aren't quite sure what to work hard on. Josmil Pinto looks like he does know what to work hard on, and he's getting it right.
At the plate, Pinto...
Hicks is a fantastic physical specimen, highly intelligent, works his butt off, arm like a rocket, fast as heck, courageous to a fault in center field.
I feel pretty good about his prospects for...