by e.e. gammings
special to humbug.com
- Now if David Murphy, who has recovered from his offseason fractured nostril and is back after losing twenty-eight pounds, can stretch the lineup one more spot, and if Carlos Santana can reverse his OBP slide, and they can get decent production from Roberto Perez, the Indians can add 97 runs and be the best offensive team in the league, especially in that park.
- Once again: nobody is more like a lawyer than Gary Brown of the Giants.
- The Mets are thinking of shifting Chris Young to another position, perhaps second base, but that could change if Josh Satin recovers from his genetically defective thumb more quickly than expected, or if David Wright can learn to hit a change-of-pace, which he is practicing to do off of Steven Matz and Dana Eveland during batting practice.
- John Farrell, seemingly, is the right manager for the Red Sox, understands the park, and may have a team that reminds some of the Orioles or the Dodgers, and may be much more stubborn than a lot of people realize.
reflections on the reds
the Mark Ellis - Yorman Rodriguez
rumors had no basis in fact
starting with the reality
the Reds are going to focus on acquiring pitching (Jose Campos
is the latest name)
the Mariners did call on
since general manager
Jack Zduriencik wants to improve
the Seattle defense
but they also need pitching
but with a limited payroll it's hard to be both
and skinny at the same time
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