Justin takes a look at the Frazier trade through the lens of Future Value.
Adam Frazier traded to Padres. Deal evaluation and recap.
Justin and Joe keep updating the rumor mill with fresh valuations and this time they’re gonna tell you the value lost by not getting anything done too.
We’ll circle back here to the pre-gam festivities, but to me there is nothing that chokes me up like the actual announcements of the participants.
Congrats to our All Stars! Adam Frazier and Bryan Reynolds.
Pirates jumped on the Rockies early in this one, anxious to get the taste of the last two games out of their mouths
There was a time when I had time to sit down and seriously try to answer as many reader questions as possible. Oh, I don’t mean things like why is Erik Gonzalez playing first base or why can’t the Pirates just cut Polanco, those are quick and easy. I’m talking about the questions that take more thought and explanation to do them justice.
Before I dig in on this subject, there is nothing that will have real lasting effect on the fan base like winning. While it doesn’t feel like it at times, I think it’s easy to accept that Ben Cherington wants to do.
Ke’Bryan Hayes makes the lineup more professional from the moment the letter K is written on the lineup card, but as bad as the offense has been, its key he isn’t being dropped into nothingness.
This past off-season General Manager Ben Cherington had a decision to make, as he had two candidates for the first base job in Josh Bell and Colin; with him operating under the assumption that the designated hitter would not be in play, which turned out to be correct.. Ultimately, he found a suitor for BellContinue reading “Filling The Immediate Hole Left By Frazier’s Absence Wouldn’t Be An Easy Task”