May 21, 2010
The Paper Trail of May 21
--Troy E. Renck of the Denver Post writes that Ubaldo Jimenez continues to overpower hitters.
--Mark Bradley of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution writes that Brooks Conrad has a career highlight as he wins a game for the Braves.
--Gerry Callahan of the Boston Herald writes that David Ortiz gets the slack and Mike Lowell gets the flack.
--Paul Sullivan of the Chicago Tribune writes that an ailing left thumb is hampering Aramis Ramirez.
--John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle writes that Nate Schierholtz and Ryan Sweeney provide everything but power.
--Bill Conlin of the Philadelphia Daily News writes that Charlie Manuel finds the right place for his usual leadoff man.
--Michael Hunt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel writes that Doug Melvin is on a bad streak but is not bad when you look at his record.
--Jennifer Floyd Engel of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram writes that Ron Washington screws up everything but wins and losses.
--Mike Vaccaro of theNew York Post writes that there is no doubt about New York being a Yankee town.
--Joe Cowley of the Chicago Sun-Times writes that Ken Williams needs to be honest about the White Sox's plight.
--Katrina Waugh of the Roanoke Times writes that Salem Red Sox infielder Jon Hee wears his appreciation for body art.