Citi Field is one of the newest Ball Parks in the Majors and was the host to the 2013 ALL – Star Game. Despite having a great young core of players – including a dynamic young Starting Rotation, the team is 12th in Home Attendance. A lot of the problems stem from poor ownership over the last several seasons. The Wilpons are lucky enough to have a plethora of young controllable Infielders and Pitchers, the big need is for the OF going forward. The club should definitely invest some money in this area for 2014. Lucas Duda, Kirk Niewenhuis, Eric Young Jr, are simply not starting OF at the present time. Their best patrolling player beyond the grass this campaign has been Marlon Byrd – and he is a Free Agent in 2014. Juan Lagares, Andrew Brown, Mike Baxter have also seen time out there in 2013. None of them have had resounding success – that would translate into a playoff contender. While some of them could improve, spending some $$ on proven OF talent, could be the right elixir to contend even in 2014.
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The Padres have informed outfielder David Dahl that he’ll be on the major league roster, tweets Joel Sherman of the New York Post. The Union-Tribune’s Jeff Sanders suggested earlier this evening things were trending in that direction. Dahl returns to the big leagues for the first time since 2021. He split last season between the Triple-A affiliates of… […]
The Twins announced their Opening Day roster this evening. Among the group was infielder Willi Castro, indicating Minnesota has selected his contract. Minnesota had a vacancy on the 40-man roster after losing Dennis Santana on waivers a couple weeks ago, so no additional move was necessary. Castro, 26 next month, heads into what’ll be his fifth consecutive… […]
The Cubs announced agreement with second baseman Nico Hoerner on a three-year contract extension covering the 2024-26 seasons. The deal reportedly guarantees the Apex Baseball client $35MM over that stretch. It buys out his final two seasons of arbitration eligibility and one free agent year. Hoerner has emerged as one of the Cubs’ better players in recent… […]
The Angels announced a series of roster moves today, including the previously-reported selection of infielder Jake Lamb. To open a spot for Lamb on the roster, right-hander José Marte was placed on the 60-day injured list. Additionally, the club placed catcher Max Stassi and infielder Jared Walsh on the 10-day injured list, and placed right-handers…
The Rangers announced to reporters, including Kennedi Landry of MLB.com (Twitter links), that they are selecting right-hander Ian Kennedy and outfielder Travis Jankowski to their 40-man roster. In corresponding moves, right-handers Glenn Otto and Jake Odorizzi will be placed on the 60-day injured list. Kennedy, 38, spent many years as an effective starter bu […]
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