This Hit List is *literally* what it sounds like when doves cry.
News and notes from around the league for June 27, 2013.
Last night, the Dodgers again took advantage of the rival Giants’ roster holes to complete a three-game sweep. Tonight, Phil Hughes will battle Adrian Beltre and the Rangers for the right to stay in the Yankees’ rotation.
The RBI might be an old-fashioned stat, but it’s still a measure of success in Detroit. Our beat man also checks in on Mariano Rivera, Justin Verlander, Munenori Kawasaki, and with scouts.
A walkthrough of all the info available on BP’s player cards.
Things went well for Keyvius Sampson and Max Stassi, and not so well for Patrick Wisdom, in yesterday’s action.
With Alfredo Figaro on the DL, the Brewers bring up a 6-foot-9 flamethrower.
Looking at the players who should be in the MVP conversation who have never been in the MVP conversation.
Ben and Sam talk about whether Kawasaki being sent to the minors tells us anything about chemistry, then discuss how much the Tigers’ defense hurts them.
With rosters for the Futures Game released, Jason looks at the players he’s most excited to see on a big stage.
Astros righty Jordan Lyles could be a sneaky option for those in need of rotation help, and he’s among the featured players on this week’s list.
Mike explains why elite middle relievers haven’t climbed his tiers, before revealing the latest edition of those tiers and the updated dollar values.
Is there a way for high school draftees to gain greater leverage?