Posted 23 August 2012 - 10:59 AM
There is a link to it on the top blue ribbon on the front page (Roster and Payroll).
Bard's inability to stay healthy (so far) makes me wonder if the Twins will even try him in the rotation next spring. (They probably will and should... but jeepers.)
Posted 23 August 2012 - 11:29 AM
Yup, Jeremy, this is great stuff... Brock, I think that this link needs to be prominently displayed on the front page so people can easily find it and reference it.
It is, though it's not really apparent at first glance. If you go to the home page, the submenu (the blue one) has an item "Roster & Payroll". That takes you directly to the page.
Posted 24 August 2012 - 09:31 PM
At the bottom of each table do you have a scroll bar?
There's no actual scroll bar, but I did try scrolling using my mouse function and it did scroll... though it's not very functional without the actual scroll bar because if I scroll too hard (mouse gesture on iMacs) it thinks I'm scrolling back to the previous web page. Having a wide screen and stretching the browser to include the whole spread sheet was best, but that's no longer an option they tell me.
Posted 03 September 2012 - 01:00 PM
The hitters now have "potential 2013 destinations" along with a stat package. The stat package contains 2012 OPS; OPS vs left / ABs vs left; OPS vs right / ABs vs right.
The pitchers are broken into guys I think will get an opportunity to start vs guys that I think will stay in the bullpen. Of course, that changes an awful lot, so who really knows...
In the next week (hopefully), all the six-year (minor-league FAs) will be put into their own table. That list isn't the official list (and it won't be until MLB releases their list).
As always, a work in progress!
Posted 03 September 2012 - 02:02 PM
Escobar spent a majority of his season with the White Sox. Perdomo had his contract selected at the end of July. He spent the last 18 days with the Red Wings, so this call-up negates this year's "optional assignment". (He'll have two left going into next year.)
If there are no additional roster moves, the Twins 2012 team payroll will close at $98,169,100.
The call-up for Escobar and Perdomo will make them each an additional $70,800 in 2012... not a bad month of September.