Previewing the 2013 Arizona Wildcats Outfield
The White Sox are starting their off-season by filling up their bench with formerly very good players...
Rangers Outfield Situation for 2010. Who should the Rangers go with? I believe the odd man out might be either Byrd or Cruz. Murphy is a consistant bat and defensive presence and Hamilton's bat should make a return in 2010 with health. Barbon is a speedster and a good average guy that shouldn't be forgotten moved. While Cruz has some pop, he hasn't shown much else and his range in the outfield is suspect. Byrd can be streaky with the bat but can make the catches you need to stay in the game. I wonder what kind of pitching the Rangers could add with a trade involving Cruz or Byrd. I would hate to see Byrd go to the Angels like Gary Matthews Jr.
A trip around the Detroit Tigers news cycle and blogosphere, including no switch-hitting for Carlos Guillen, comparing 2009 to 2006, an all-time starting nine, and Casey Crosby's blister problems.
The Detroit Tigers made two other additions to their roster, recalling outfielder Don Kelly and pitcher Armando Galarraga. Kelly batted .250 in 19 games with Detroit earlier this season.
The Detroit Tigers announced six minor league call-ups to be added to the roster September 1. Jeremy Bonderman is among the three pitchers that will join the team.
A trip around the Detroit Tigers news cycle and blogosphere, including Zach Miner's baby duty, the continuing debate over releasing Magglio Ordonez, the Tigers' outfield defense, and Curtis Granderson's slump.
A trip around the Detroit Tigers news cycle and blogosphere, including Armando Galarraga's job status, Fu-Te Ni's gift for impersonation, Carlos Guillen's return to the outfield, and two prospects to keep an eye on.