2014 Minnesota Twins Player Profile: Kevin Correia
While Opening Day 2014 didn’t go as planned, the Minnesota Twins have an opportunity to bounce back and even their series with the Chicago White Sox Wednesday afternoon, when Kevin Correia takes the mound. Correia was arguably the most productive, […]
San Francisco Giants: How Will Bullpen Roles be Divided?
Things will be less fluid in the San Francisco Giants’ bullpen than they have been in recent years, as four of the seven pitchers who will be part of the Opening Day relief corps were not on the team’s roster […]
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New York Yankees: Yangervis Solarte Earned Spot Over Eduardo Nunez
Yangervis Solarte has been given the last spot on the New York Yankees’ Opening Day roster – and rightfully so. The 26-year-old definitely wasn’t a favorite to travel to Houston on April 1, but after knocking the cover off the […]
Why The David Murphy-Ryan Raburn Platoon Will Create Wins
The loss of Drew Stubbs in right field is one the Cleveland Indians resolved without fail. In fact, David Murphy was signed almost a full month prior to trading Stubbs for bullpen southpaw Josh Outman. I use the word “loss” […]
Boston Red Sox’s Felix Doubront Ends Rocky Spring Training on Positive Note
As Spring Training comes to a close, teams can get a better idea of where their players are at both physically and mentally. Spring Training numbers do not usually mean much once the regular season rolls around, however, it never […]
Yan Gomes Will Regress Offensively in 2014
Last year’s silent hero, Yan Gomes, will see a fall in his offensive output come 2014. Before the Wahoo faithful stampede me like a group of angry villagers, last season was a bit of a fluke for the first Brazilian-born […]