Javier Vazquez Here are a few starters having a rough transition to the American League. I’m sure those SP in contract years are watching… Back for a second round in the big city are ya? Javier Vazquez (SP-NYY) Javy didn’t have the greatest of tenures during his first stay in
Barry Zito We all know nothing in sports is better than a comeback story. Especially players who come back from devastating injuries or even juicier drug addicted tales. 2010 is different. Nothing major happened with these guys, they just slowly fell out of out the limelight. The most interesting thing
Chase Headley is on a roll and finally so are the red hot Padres. The first thing you’ll notice on the depth chart is that there are only two veterans in the starting lineup with Adrian Gonzalez and David Eckstein (although the only thing that makes Eckstein a veteran is his
Phil Hughes Johnathan Sanchez – 78% ownedTwo double digit strikeout games in a row one of them being a 1 hitter. Expect 200+ strikeouts this year. This guy is “Dirty”!! Kevin Slowey – 76% ownedOnly 5 runs allowed in 3 games so far. His numbers won’t be dominating, but look
Generation K Flashback to the early 90’s. I was twelve. Mets Fan: “Generation K is going to rival and overcome the Braves pitching staff”Me: “Who?!?”Mets Fan: “You know, Bill Pulsipher, Paul Wilson & Jason Isringhausen?”Me: “Generation Who? Better than Maddux, Glavine, Avery & Smoltz?” Mets Fan: “Guaranteed”Me: “Ha! You’re sniffing way
Matt Wieters.He’s graced the cover of Sports Illustrated and is hyped as the Orioles future.The future may have wait a few years though. The truth is, as good a player he is, he can't do it on his own and his statistics will suffer if the players around him don't
Who’s selling high on Ubaldo? Not me. That’s partially because I wasn’t able to get my hands on him in any of my leagues. However, if I was able to draft Jimenez, I would only consider trading him if someone offered up the farm. This kid is the real deal
Ricky Romero will be an essential component to the Doc Holliday-less Blue Jays in 2010. Quickly vaulting to the top of the AL East with a 7-3 start, the Blue Jays need Ricky to be the #1 SP they anticipated when they drafted him #6 overall in the 2005 draft.