View image | gettyimages.com Unless you’ve managed to spend the last few days away from Twitter, you probably already know that Adam Wainwright is likely out for the season. Before the injury, Steamer and ZiPS had him pegged for 175 and 186 innings, respectively, while racking up double digit wins. Waino has pitched at least 198 innings since
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
In the Week 9 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re changing our tune on Marcell Ozuna, reaffirming our faith in Justin Verlander, and passing on Country Breakfast.
In the Week 8 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re giving Chad Qualls his due, sharing in Alex Wood’s frustration, and waiting for Garrett Richards to get things under control. There are plenty of waiver wire columns out there that provide an exhaustive list of the most added players in
Typically when a 30 year old pitcher gets off to a hot start in April, we can look at a few numbers to get a feel for what’s going on. There’s usually a track record to fall back on, some statistical analysis that can be done that makes evaluating him
Profile Addison Russell was the Oakland A’s first round pick in 2011 (11th overall) out of Pace High School in Florida. He was the highest-drafted high-school player by Oakland since they chose Eric Chavez with the tenth pick overall in the 1998 draft. The 6’ 195 lb right handed hitter
This off-season has been quite a doozy. So much so, even the reliever market has been a bit zany. Billy Beane of the Oakland A’s decided to trade for and pay closer Jim Johnson eight figures, then mere hours later, traded for reliever Luke Gregerson, who is arguably the better