7 games into the season, Austin Riley was carrying a .371 OPS. He had collected 2 hits, was having bloody awful luck with a .071 BABIP, and had struck out 8 times.
The dog days of August came round and … Finish Reading
You really shouldn’t base your entire thought process related to a player on a single game.
That would be very unwise to decide how you’re going to evaluate a player in any sport, but especially in baseball, which is based … Finish Reading
Where he came from:
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Like many minor league players hoping for a chance to break through, … Finish Reading
I don’t want to resort to name-calling, but there is only one thing you can call Mark Melancon: a Proven Closer. And I know it’s been a long decade, but can you remember a time where one pitcher provided this … Finish Reading
Marcell Ozuna was signed in January after free agent Josh Donaldson left for the Twins. Here’s what I wrote about the signing at that time.
The signing couldn’t have worked out better for the … Finish Reading
This isn’t our typical Player Review. I just can’t do a typical player review for Tyler Matzek, my favorite story of 2020. Quotes from the story come courtesy of a 2014 piece written by Patrick Saunders of the Denver Post.… Finish Reading