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Tag: alex rodriguez

Kingdome Crossover: Players the Seattle Mariners Could Have Drafted Instead of Danny Hultzen

The Seattle Mariners have made their fair share of blunders over the years, namely letting numerous players leave for little-to-no return. This long, illustrious list includes the likes of Carlos Guillen, Jason Varitek, Rafael Soriano, Alex Rodriguez—you get the point. Read More

A Few Quick Thoughts on the All-Star Ballot

On my recent yearly pilgrimage to Safeco Field to see the Tigers play they were handing out All-Star Game Ballots. It goes something like this: You pick the roster right, you submit it and (key word obviously being “and”), you Read More

What If?

Would you rather have Chone Figgins and Adrian Beltre for the last five years or have A-Rod for that span? How about Jason Varetik over Guillermo Quiroz, Jeff Clement and Rene Rivera? Or Derek Lowe over Jeff Weaver and Cha Read More

Stop with the Money Talk

People have stressed the fact that Prince Fielder signed a ridiculous contract. So what if it’s ridiculous? The guy is still under 30 (27). He absolutely rakes. He might be the best power hitter in the game. And he isn’t Read More

Tigers Sign Prince Fielder (Go ahead Tigers fans, go ballistic!)…..

Also start throwing out your “maybe next year” quotes for M’s and Nationals fans. (Also, incidentally the only two teams that have never been to the World Series.) The Tigers won 95 games last year and essentially replaced an injured Read More

Really?

Did the Mariners just trade Michael Pineda? Really? I’m not a Mariner fan by any stretch, but living in the northwest you tend to hear a lot about them. Though I didn’t get this from any Tacoma News Tribune or Read More

Contender- New York Yankees

• New York – The Yankees seem pretty solid everywhere, except for a short-term replacement for Alex Rodriguez who could miss a month, and potentially an arm or two at the back of the bullpen. • Possible Scenarios – Start Eduardo Nunez Read More

Ty Wigginton and the Positional Problems He Could Solve for Teams

Ty Wigginton can play anywhere in the infield. He could be at first base one night, third the next, shortstop the third day and second the last day. Wigginton could help numerous teams because of his ability to play multiple Read More