This article is courtesy of our friends at BlueBird Banter Written by: Woodman663 The MLB First-Year Player Draft is a yearly event that plays a big role in determining the future success of many of the 30 teams in Major League Baseball. In early June (June 4th this year), commissioner Bud Selig will host the event, which …
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This article is courtesy of our friends at Bluebird Banter Written by: Tom Dakers Orioles 6 Blue Jays 4 This will be a quick recap, because I want to go eat and I want to go forget. This was an irritating game. Henderson Alvarez wasn’t great but he did pitch us 7 innings and left …
This article is courtesy of our friends at Blue Bird Banter Written by: Woodman663 Justin Masterson is a 27 year old right-hander who was drafted in the 2nd round of the 2006 MLB Draft by the Boston Red Sox. After his first season in the minors, where he posted decent but unimpressive (4.33 ERA, 13.7 …
This article is courtesy of our friends at Tao Of Stieb Written by: Tao of Stieb We can’t say that we blame you if you went to bed or woke up disappointed with the news about Yu Darvish. A week full of groundless-yet-enthusiastic speculation had led all of us to the precipice of something …
This article is courtesy of our friends at Cubs Billy Goat Blog Despite Theo Epstein’s comments that Matt Garza is “exactly (the) type of pitcher we want to build around“, it appears that, with the Cubs planning to go through a complete rebuilding, he Cubs are willing to listen to offers for their “ace”. David Kaplan recently …
There are only a handful of stories that seem to catch the attention of baseball writers at this junction of the season. All the talk revolved around Albert Pujols, the Philadelphia Phillies, or the big dogs in the AL East. Let’s get to some under the radar players or teams to look forward to. The …
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.