- Freddie Freeman and Embracing the Teases
People have expected big things from Freddie Freeman. I know this because Freeman is a professional baseball player, and all of those guys -- each and every last one of them -- was at one point
- Free Freddie Freeman
"Freddie Freeman looks stiff. Freddie Freeman looks uncoordinated. Freedie Freeman looks awkward. Freddie Freeman can still hit." Jason Grey, ESPN.com
It seems that there are few reasons to poo-poo
- Freddie Freeman: Was That A Breakout?
Freddie Freeman improved almost across the board in his second season. He ended up ranked 15th in our 2012 final first base rankings (with Billy Butler added in), worth about $12. If you expected him
- Call John Buck
Since John Buck has the name of a Dodge City sheriff with nothing left to lose, it's somewhat fitting that he's a hero in real, actual life:
Buck ran to the overturned car and went to work
- John Buck's New Approach
John Buck cannot be stopped. Buck was an afterthought in the mega Blue Jays/Mets deal that sent R.A. Dickey to Toronto, but he's been the best player early on. In 66 plate appearances, Buck already
- Freddie Freeman is an Undervalued Roto Asset
While he is far from an elite first baseman, Freddie Freeman should be a big target for fantasy players on draft day this season. At just 23-years-old, Freeman already has two seasons of more than 20
- Buck Showalter's Musical Tastes
Buck Showalter doesn't understand today's kids, what with their Pokemon cards and their cans of Four Loko and their breakdancing and their Jordache jeans. What he really doesn't understand, though
- Marlins Ink John Buck
Dime stage of their careers. The conversation briefly, ever so briefly, centered on Loria’s sudden generosity yesterday when the team inked John Buck for three years and $18 million … then the team
- Great Moments in Freddie Freeman and Dan Uggla's Friendship
Freddie Freeman's a hugger. You can tell. Dan Uggla knows it. That's why he's gently placed his right hand on Freeman's head. Freeman even uses leg. He's getting his. He's Freddie Freeman
- Happy Birthday, Buck!
So this is purty cool: the fledgling Chicago Baseball Museum is hosting a party on February 3 to celebrate the 100th birthday of the great Buck O'Neil, who passed away in 2006. The details can
- Appreciating John Buck
If you polled 100 fantasy baseball owners a month ago and asked who would be the number one catcher through the first 10 games of the season, how many of them do you think would have said John Buck
- Hot GIF Action: Braves Celebrate Freeman's Homer
With Freddie Freeman putting up a huge game last night immediately upon the arrival of his new sports goggles, don't be surprised if we see some people in the media making a big deal about
- John Buck Has a Big Night
Toronto Blue Jays catcher John Buck had a big night on Thursday, blasting three home runs against the Oakland As.
The graph doesn't really convey Buck's contribution (only showing two of his
- Freddie Freeman: Who We Thought He Was
of the Year trophy. This season it's Freddie Freeman, who is not and never was expected to be the star Heyward immediately became. He's a fine player, no doubt, but all he had to do was be better than
- Buck, Fields Find New Clubs
Heading into the 2007 season, outfielder Travis Buck and third baseman Josh Fields were primo prospects. Baseball America ranked Buck, the Oakland Athletics' supplemental first-round pick in the 2005
- Buck Bokai: Future Baseball Legend
Speaker, Ted Williams, and Buck Bokai.
Here's a brief summary of what is commonly known of Buck Bokai's career.
- Made his pro debut in 2019 with the Crenshaw Monarchs of the Planetary Baseball
- Photo: Dan Duquette Embracing Buck Showalter
Moments before this picture was taken, our Investigative Reporting Investigation Team has confirmed, Buck Showalter asked Dan Duquette, "Now do you believe in magic?"
Dan Duquette said, "I do
- The New Bang For Your Buck Players
- NL Starters for a Buck: Bud Norris
- Toronto's Catcher Bonanza: Buck, Castro, Chavez
by signing John Buck for one year and two million dollars moments after he was non-tendered by the Kansas City Royals (all set with Jason Kendall), veteran Ramon Castro for one year and one million dollars
- How John Buck's Deal Has Held Up
for a short span. The exception is John Buck, who signed a three-year, $18 million contract early in the free agency season. While the initial reaction pegged it as a poor deal, there was a chance
- Peculiar Tweet of the Day: Buck Showalter's Nickname
- Status Quo: Twins Buck No Trends, Ink Jason Marquis