Dan Wharton, New York Mets Spark Non-Controversy Controversey
“—Also, Dude, ‘Chinaman’ is not the preferred nomenclature. Asian American, please.” If only New York Mets pitching coach Dan Wharton had been a Cohen Brothers’ fan in the 1990s, then he would have known what Walter Sobchak knew 16 years […]
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Wei-Chung Wang Turning Heads with Milwaukee Brewers
There have been a few prospects worth watching this spring with the Milwaukee Brewers, but the most intriguing player has been pitcher Wei-Chung Wang. Wang is a 21-year-old left-hander from Taiwan who the Brewers selected in the Rule 5 draft […]
Did Juan Perez Win a Big-League Job With Saturday’s Performance?
On Saturday, the San Francisco Giants had perhaps their best opportunity of the spring to see the competition for their final bench spot play out on one stage, as Juan Perez started in left field while Tyler Colvin was the […]
Battle of Cy Young Candidates Showcased in Washington Nationals Victory Over Miami Marlins
One just had to look at Saturday’s Spring Training pitching matchups in order to feel those opening day chills. The afternoon tilt between the Washington Nationals and Miami Marlins showcased the battle of two future perennial Cy Young Award nominees. […]
Should Atlanta Braves Be Worried About Justin Upton’s Poor Spring?
With the recent slate of injuries to the Atlanta Braves‘ pitching staff, the offense becomes even more important entering the 2014 season. If the Braves want to win games, they’ll have to break out the bats, because the dominant pitching […]