Johan. Bone chips. Surgery. See you next spring. Rest now, Mets fans. There really is nothing else that can hurt you this year.
Some days I wonder why I even bother trying to get posts up quickly: The Mets agreed to send Wagner to the Red Sox on Tuesday after the pitcher approved the trade, according to his agent, Bean Stringfellow. The talks were dead as of late Monday night due to Wagner’s refusal to waive his no-trade […]
Sharur at Viva El Birdos has confirmed ESPN’s east coast bias, and it has nothing to do with the Yankees and Red Sox. Rob and Keith — I’m guessing you could somehow use this glitch to your advantage with the payroll department, but I need to put more thought to it.
I would like to take this opportunity to once again apologize for the “I Walk the Line” reference in this morning’s recaps which, in addition to being totally lame, didn’t even fit the proper rhythm of the song. Which is a crime, because a jumpy rhythm makes you feel so fine. It’ll shake all the […]
Rockies 6, Giants 4: Walkoff grand slam in the 14th for Ryan Spilborghs after the Rockies started their half of the inning down 4-1. Colorado is starting to smell like a team of destiny. At any rate, they’ve won seven of eight and are now four games ahead of the Giants for the NL wild […]
Sports Illustrated named its top set-up men of 2009. We take a closer look.
In the final month of the season, justifying some players’ job security on your team becomes more difficult. Is it time to cut bait on players who will only barely outperform the waiver wire?
Let’s see who’s likely to be called up when rosters expand Sept. 1, and, what type of impact they will have.
No, draft picks are not overpaid.