Category Archives: pitchers
In exactly one week, we will know the fate of the Texas Rangers going forward. It may sound dramatic, but it’s true.
No real need or drive for a lengthy update tonight. This post will be very matter-of-fact.
First things first, the title of this post is a Biz Markie reference. I apologize for nothing.
Ron Washington is a good manager. A lot of people don’t think so, but I do.
There are two things specifically that I have written about Neftali Feliz, 1) that he is currently my favorite player in the game and 2) that he is too talented to pitch just 70 innings a season for the rest … Continue reading
The following is a brief example of what you’d see on The Sunday Flash (or whatever I end up calling it).
(Let me start by apologizing to whomever for my sudden week long hiatus. Having spent the weekend completely off of the internet and doing a job interview on Tuesday, I haven’t had much of an opportunity to write about baseball.) … Continue reading
It’s Thursday. It’s cold. No one reports to Spring Training for another 12 days. Might as well go over a few assorted stories about pitchers, with my own analysis and speculation sprinkled in.
(I originally started writing this post on Sunday, but it took a lot of time and energy to finish, so I hope you appreciate my effort.) After spending most of my [Sunday] down in the lab, I emerge triumphant with … Continue reading
Try as I might, I can’t think of another position in the game of baseball that is more overrated than the closer.