View image | gettyimages.com As we continue with our plate discipline series we find ourselves moving to the outfield. Breaking down where everyone belongs is hard enough. Some players have traditionally played certain spots in the outfield and have changed positions recently. For outfielders, we will look at what position
It’s rare that we see a mid-season trade with proven commodities, All-Star-quality commodities no less, at the forefront of a deal. Typically deals like this involve minor-league compensation, and it’s safe to assume that’s what most had expected here, as Boston scratched Jon Lester from his scheduled start on Wednesday
The last position on the diamond (officially) carries many of the same issues as the other positions on the diamond. The choices on the waiver wire range from decent players that simply can’t get on the field everyday to players that play everyday but simply aren’t living up to expectations.
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Unfortunately, the rules involving outfielders changes with the platform your league is set up through. Some major websites break them down into their individual outfield positions while others categorize them as generic outfielders. I have broken them up into separate positions because it easier to backtrack from the specific to
I actually had to settle an internal debate with myself as to how to handle outfielders. Some leagues go with generic outfielders while others break them down by position. I chose the later. Mind you, when classifying these guys it was not an exact science. What I tried to do