Monthly Archives: March 2015

Sunday Links: Forbes values, Adam Warren, Tommy John surgery, Draft combine, Yoan Moncada

Hope everyone is enjoying their weekend. I have a few interesting reads to pass along from the past week in baseball: The Captain’s Blog | Forbes Reveals Embarrassment of Riches for MLB, but Should Teams Like Yankees Be Ashamed for … Continue reading

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If there’s anything to worry about, it’s Betances’ command, not velocity

Your browser does not support iframes. Ah, spring training. It’s a time when we get a little too excited about some obscure player in above his head and a time when we worry about another player struggling in extremely small … Continue reading

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Filling out the rest of the Yankees’ bullpen

Your browser does not support iframes. This spring, there aren’t many roster spots up for grabs. The fifth starter job, backup catcher, utility infielder, and starting second baseman had the feeling of a competition at certain points this month, but they … Continue reading

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Sunday Links: Betances, Eovaldi, Nutrition, Service Time, and Lee

Passing along a few good reads from this week: Fangraphs | Dellin Betances, Dominant and Deceptive by Owen Watson We all know that Dellin Betances has some nasty stuff. His fastball can tough the upper-90s, and his breaking ball is … Continue reading

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