Ryan Madson has managed to transform himself from unreliable starter to one of the steadiest bullpen arms in baseball.
I’ve been swamped with work (and about 80 comments I have yet to read for that Jeter thing), so it may just be some quicker hits today. Here’s a quick one: The Indians are in the early stages of what general manager Mark Shapiro referred to as a “reloading” period, and the reload will extend […]
People here have suspected that I take a perverse, masochistic pleasure in baiting Yankee and Red Sox fanboys over at NBC. Well, you’re absolutely, 100% right about that. Someone give me a heads up when the intervention is going to be held. It’s a busy week for me.
Twins 3, Tigers 2; Tigers 6, Twins 5: Porcello and Blackburn were each tough in game one, but Verlander wasn’t matched by Duensing in Game 2, putting his team in a 5-0 hole. A seriously long day for these two teams, and despite all of the drama, now they’re back (back) where they started, here […]
With over 300 plate appearances logged on the 2009 season, there is still a great deal of debate as to what kind of player Garrett Jones is. Should we view him as the next great Quad-A reclamation, or the next Shane Spencer?