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- Aaron Cook and the Improbable
There are a bunch of things we know to be true about Aaron Cook, or at least things we have no reason to question. Aaron Cook played for the Rockies, and he recently played for the Red Sox. More
- Aaron Cook's 2012 Season Is Like...
You may not know it, but Aaron Cook, who takes the hill tonight for the Boston Red Sox, is in the midst of a[n] historic season.
The 25 men listed in the table* below have the lowest seasonal K/9
- Totally Grody GIF: Aaron Cook's Spike Wound
Aaron Cook of the Red Sox was spiked during a play at the plate on Saturday. One consequence is that Cook is now on the disabled list. Another consequence is that Boston's pitching woes continue
- Kiss the Cook
has plummeted an entire point, from 2.62 a year ago to 1.63 today. This has all resulted in a -0.50 WPA.
Fortunately, for Rockies fans, Aaron Cook has been performing above and beyond expectations
- Now We're Cook-ing
Marcum, and Edinson Volquez. A fifth pitcher, however, has been performing at quite the high level as well despite the lack of similar publicity.
His name is Aaron Cook and, for those unfamiliar
- Red Sox Should Recall Cook For Some Relief
The Red Sox have to decide toda whether or not to call up Aaron Cook from Pawtucket. The former Rockies starter signed a non-guaranteed, minor league deal with the Red Sox this offseason
- Why Colby Rasmus Should be Considered One of the Game's Great CFs