A Ray late, but not a dollar short in the Twin Cities, mile-high mayhem down the road, plus further roster Fien-ery.
Sometimes, one pitch makes all the difference.
Note: This is my regular links feature. Feel free to discuss the links in the comments. What does signal detection theory teach us about batting eye? In a series of articles at Sabometrics, Craig Glaser has attempted to provide an answer. One can get carried away linking to Joe Posnanski, but his Rule 5 draft…
A few snippets after a weekend of taking in some AL East action.
It’s time for Target, but do the Twins have particular health issues they need to target to land another title?
The bottom 15 in this year’s pre-season rankings of all 30 franchises.
The American League has a number of very good early-round options, but don’t wait too long.
Prince Fielder talks about being a target, Dayton Moore preaches patience, and other MLB sound bites.
Putting a big chill on the hot-hand theory of player performance at the plate.
I’m writing my first solo book.
Michael Street discusses the Spring Training position battles at 1B in Arizona, at 3B in Houston, and at DH in Tampa Bay.
Alex Gordon’s broken thumb threatens to further torpedo his power numbers.