Category Archives: hot stove

Prince Without a Kingdom

The most fascinating story of the off-season, to me, is the Prince Fielder Saga. Advertisements

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Late, But Necessary

Albert Pujols has been an Angel for almost a month and the coup that Anaheim pulled off in signing he and CJ Wilson on the same day was impressive. These moves may significantly affect the AL West for at least … Continue reading

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So Long, Old Friend

No real need or drive for a lengthy update tonight. This post will be very matter-of-fact.

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Spinning into the Oblivion

In regards to the Michael Young trade that still hasn’t happened, it’s getting harder and harder to tell what is real and what has been drawn from the imaginations of baseball writers still huddled around the dying embers of what … Continue reading

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The Rays Wanted More(land)

I decided to take a day off since I was getting a little writing fatigued and needed to recharge my batteries, but I’m back now. Let’s talk one more time [briefly] about the Matt Garza deal that didn’t go down.

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More Irrational Fanalism

In the wake of the Matt Garza deal, there has been a whole host of opinion written about it. Some of it (such as what I wrote last night) is negative, but there are some in Cubbyland that are very … Continue reading

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The Buildings Will Fall Down

Matt Garza is officially off the table, but not for lack of trying.

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[Rocky Reference]

Since the end of the World Series, Rangers fans have been hoping for a significant signing that would show everyone that our club means business. As of this afternoon, those hopes have been realized in the form of a 31-year-old … Continue reading

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How many Rhodes must a man walk down?

This is the first post of 2011 and it’s not going to be a “year in review” because we all know what happened last year. Let’s talk about the future!

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Some Like It Hot

There are probably a half-dozen things I’d like to discuss as I start to cobble this site together and I’ve been debating where exactly I want to launch from. For my first real post, I’ll indulge in the Hot Stove* … Continue reading

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