Ideally Cashman would be trading Chapman and Miller: leveraging the Cubs, Nationals, Dodgers and even the Mets against one another.
Still one of the better Yankee story lines thus far. I'm guessing he winds up with 20+ HRs, about 70 RBI, and hits close to .300 while playing a pretty
IMO we are beginning to see the maturation of an eventual #3 starter in Eovaldi. He is light years ahead of Pineda in the area of development, showing
This is a pretty good chronology of how things went written at the time. It does not sound like 8/200 would have done it. I think friend might be toying
Some of Eovaldi's recent starts he probobly could have went more than 6 innings. Which might have lowered his ERA.
Totally agree - Trout was downright putrid.
Amazing. Never knew that.