If settling for the top five in attendance is good enough for the owner of the most storied franchise in the game, it speaks volumes for the difference
That's what concerns me. I question how much the Cubs or anyone else would really pay for Evo to make it worth it. Starting pitching isn't a position
By whom? The internal scouts employed by NY that also considered him to be a bench coach? Or the general manager that let him leave so that he could drop
No, what was the biggest need going into 2014 was to get younger. Signing a beat up catcher on the wrong side of 30 who had already caught more than 1000
Dustin Ackley has a torn labrum.
I wonder what Dale Sveum is doing these days.
At least 3 different reporters have said that he does have an option left. Maybe they're having a hard time convincing Scranton to take him.