The Indians need more pitching. The Nationals need less Bowdening. The Mariners need…a lot. These and other news and notes of out of Cleveland, Washington and Seattle in today’s Prospectus Triple Play.
Who came out ahead in the Jason Kendall trade, and what exactly is Jim Bowden thinking in Washington? These questions and more answered in Chris Kahrl’s Transaction Analysis.
The A’s did well for themselves in the Jason Kendall trade. Joe Sheehan elaborates.
If Jaret Wright is reunited with Mike Hargrove, is he doomed? Plus, a take on Jason Giambi.
Our correspondent on the island reviews the top performances and big trades in the Dominican this year.
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Jason Giambi’s grand-jury testimony is a black eye for baseball and for this once-great slugger. What it means beyond that is unclear.
Reaction to the Kendall trade and affordable shortstops are just some of the notes in today’s Can Of Corn.
Jim Baker evaluated the new candidates for the Hall of Fame. Joe Sheehan looks at the chances of the other 15 guys on the ballot.
The O’s molt some payroll, the Rockies say good-bye to Vinny, and Al Leiter is getting no respect from the Mets. That and more in today’s Prospectus Triple Play.
A dozen men find their names on the Hall of Fame ballot for the first time. Of those, just one is a serious candidate for induction.