The Nationals have garnered headlines for their managerial situation lately, but the team deserves consideration as well.
Michael graduates one speedsters and welcomes another in this week’s middle infield edition of VP.
As bad as any team in more than half a century, that’s how bad, and even Albus McKeon Dumbledore won’t fix ’em.
Michael looks at a pair of Seattle middle infielders and a speedy Dodgers shortstop.
Michael awaits the call-up of Dustin Ackley, notices the success of an already-recalled Oakland infielder, and examines whether Salty has finally figured things out.
Hamels’ inconsistency has been greatly exaggerated, John Mallee suffers a fate he didn’t deserve, and more.
The NL East’s status as a debtor’s haven hasn’t stopped the Nats from coveting a certain Rays outfielder, plus other notes from teams that may have to apply for access to the TARP program.
Michael welcomes a speed demon to VP and discusses two potentially valuable Seattle middle infielders.
Michael marvels at the value of unspectacular middle infielders and examines one very appealing power option at catcher.
Michael Jong annexes the NL East in our newest edition to the “Divide and Conquer” series. This week: the mysterious Javier Vazquez and Jose Reyes vs. Carl Crawford.
Vazquez has yet to regain either the fastball or the production he had two years ago, and Michael explores whether we can expect them to come back based on the careers of similar pitchers.
Justin Turner ships off the VP list almost as soon as he arrived (but for good reasons), but Michael finds a replacement for him in the mountains.
The VP list loses a pair of backstops, but Michael introduces a newly-healthy shortstop and some clarity in the Mets infield to the mix.
A pair of catchers hit the AL- and NL-only VP lists while a pair of second basemen arrive on the standard list
Two Royals graduate from the VP list, but a backstop from Florida and one from Washington step up to replace them.