Posts Tagged Case

  • Seattle Mariners rumors: The case for Delmon Young

    During last year’s offseason, the Seattle Mariners made what was perhaps the most surprising deal when they signed All-Star second baseman Robinson Cano. It was also one of the more lucrative: 10 years for $240 million. This year, the Mariners may have to dig a bit deeper if they’re going to mak...

  • Josh Beckett and the Hurtful Yet Hilarious Case of the Unrequited High Five (GIF)

    The Los Angeles Dodgers beat the San Francisco Giants by a score of 4-2 on Tuesday, reducing the team’s magic number to clinch the National League West to a mere two with four games remaining on the schedule. The game was marred by some extracurricular activities when Yaisel Puig rushed the mound ...

  • Making the Case for Yan Gomes as the Cleveland Indians MVP

    Perhaps the best move Cleveland Indians general manager Chris Antonetti made this offseason was inking Yan Gomes to a six-year, $23 million commitment. After an unpredictable emergence as Carlos Santana’s backup behind the dish in 2013, the Indians took a shot on the least notable of last seas...

  • Chicago Cubs: Wada case he’s making

    Tsuyoshi Wada is making a case for a permanent rotation spot. In a season filled with unpredictability, Tsuyoshi Wada has been a pleasant surprise up to this point. Coming into the season, the Chicago Cubs were being lauded for their elite position prospects in the minors. Little attention was being...

  • Week 13 MLB Waiver Wire: The Troubling Case of Justin Verlander

    In this week’s edition of the Weekly Waiver Wire, we have a Gold medalist, a player who went to the same High School as Steve Largent, a Cy Young Award winner, a former football player (High School level), and a 4x Gold Glove winner. MLB Waiver Wire players to add: Jake Arrieta (SP,ChC,31% owned):...

  • Dustin Pedroia makes an articulate and compelling case for the existence of Sasquatch

    While using the terms “articulate” and “compelling’ may be a bit of stretch when describing the argument set forth by  Dustin Pedroia in which he espouses his belief in the existence of Sasquatch — Bigfoot to the layperson — one cannot argue with the Boston Red Sox second baseman passio...

  • Best Case and Worst Case for the Yankees with A-Rod

    Right now, there are a million different possibilities regarding Alex Rodriguez’s future with the New York Yankees. Even after a decision is made by the arbitrator – which is expected in a manner of days – there will still be a thousand different possibilities. A number of different things c...

  • 2014 AL East: Best And Worst Case Scenarios

    Koji Uehara and the Red Sox, fresh off the World Series championship, can they do it again or will they struggle? Welcome to 2014! We are one month away from being in February which means baseball is right around the corner. Two days into 2014 and I have come up with some best and worst case scenar...

  • Alex Rodriguez tells Dominican Republic media he is ‘very optimistic’ about case

    Alex Rodriguez was in the Dominican Republic on Thursday to take part in David Ortiz’s Celebrity Golf Classic in Santa Domingo. While paying a visit to one of his former stomping grounds — A-Rod’s parents moved the family there from New York when he was four before settling in Miami, Fla. — ...

  • A-Rod’s attorneys vow to release all evidence, take case to federal court

    Alex Rodriguez’s grievance hearing to overturn his 211-game suspension ended Thursday as both sides rested their cases. That came a day after the New York Yankees third baseman walked out of the proceedings and decided not to testify in his own defense. A decision in the case is not expected until...