This article comes from our friends at True Grinch Written by: James Angel fans are mad. More than anything we are frustrated. Nothing is more deflating to a sports fan than to see their favorite team thumped in a big game against a bitter rival. Watching the two losses to the Texas Rangers over the weekend was …
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This article is courtesy of our friends at Monkey With A Halo Written by: Garrett Wilson After an unexpected week off, the Angels player power rankings are back. As you might expect, there was a lot of movement in the rankings thought the top spots remain locked in with no sign of changing anytime soon. …
This article is courtesy of our friends at Alex Belth’s Bronx Banter Written by: William Juliano Alex Rodriguez stood alone as baseball’s only $200 million man for a decade, but now he has company. In the last six weeks, the fraternity has tripled with the addition of …
This article is courtesy of our friends at U.S.S. Mariner Written by: Marc W 1: I have to agree with Dave that Jesus Montero’s bat is likely to be an upgrade, but something short of hall-of-fame level. The list of players Dave compiled includes quite a few guys who were established in the majors at …
This article is courtesy of our friends at True Grinch Written By: James Okay, so you might be wondering… when is True Grich going to have a new blog post? Well, let’s just say that I’ve been basking in the afterglow of the Albert signing and really haven’t had much to say; at least not …
In this new section called “The Daily Catch” we will be picking one hitter and one pitcher who we think will have a big night. These picks could be backed by statistics or strictly just a “hunch”. We will keep a running total to see how we fare over a full season. Opening Night (3/31/11) …
Jon Heyman of Sports Illustrated has reported that there is a lot of interest in the lefty relief pitcher, Brian Fuentes. It is belived that he will get a multi-year contract from whichever team that he signs with.
If the Twins do not resign Jim Thome, they will most likely use the money that they save to fill the bullpen or find a right handed bat who can play first base. Possible fits for the latter are Jorge Cantu and Troy Glaus.
The MLB WinterMeetings are in full effect this week and there’s already been a bunch of deals and rumors swirling. Let’s get to it: