Month: November 2016

Weighing The Options of Pablo Sandoval

So it came out last week via the Boston Herald that the San Francisco Giants have discussed internally the possibility of reuniting with Current Boston Bench Rider Pablo Sandoval. That was proven to be false when Giants GM Bobby Evans said he was not aware of any intention to reach out, and hopes Pablo is happy in Boston. WOOPS. But here's the thing...I could not be more onboard with this idea.

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The Problem in Pinstripes

While I was compiling some numbers for this piece, I began to notice something rather off putting; I know too much about the New York Yankees. It's not because I now live in New York, it's because I went to school in Upstate New York, and it's not because my little brother loved Derek Jeter when he was 6, it's because they lived in my goddamn nightmares.

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Selling Chris Sale

There's been so much swirling around this offseason, most of it about possible trades rather than signings. It would appear that GMs across the league have realized that trading away fully formed players for prospects is actually a fucking good idea. This method of trading has come in handy a lot over the past few years. How can we forget the R.A. Dickey for Travis D'Arnaud and Noah Syndergaard trade? Or the Incredibly one sided Shelby Miller for #1 Overall Pick Dansby Swanson Pitcher Aaron Blair and everyday Outfielder Ender Inciarte? It's becoming quite the way of life for a lot of teams.

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