- Prospect Watch: Christian Colon, Nick Ahmed
division team. Though, that may be optimistic.
Christian Colon, UT IF, Kansas City Royals (Profile)
Level: MLB Age: 24.3 Top-15: N/A Top-100: N/A
Line: (Triple-A) 344PA, 7.5 K%, 8.4 BB%, .296
- A Dash of Colon
Colon and Freddy Garcia. Both had lousy 2007 seasons which, when coupled with their expensive contracts, made their performances look even worse. Both, however, had caveats to their struggles. Colon's
- Best Reader-Submitted Colon Headlines
Colon Leaves a Black Mark on the Sport
Oakland Gets Mandatory Colonostomy
Roids Found in Swollen Colon
Colon Blown Out in Oakland
Is 50 Games Enough Punishment for A's Colon?
- Colon Packed With Drugs
Another week, another opportunity for rejected headlines.
Favorite Colon Headline (or add your own!)
- Christian Vazquez is Partially Elite
When the Boston Red Sox cut ties with A.J. Pierzynski, there were two benefits. One was the team no longer had to put up with Pierzynski. The other was that Boston got to take a look at Christian
- Christian Yelich, Worm Killer
The Marlins second best prospect heading into the 2013 season, Christian Yelich was understandably hyped upon his debut with the team last year. He didn't disappoint, accumulating 1.4 WAR over
- Christian Yelich: Modest Success
Top Marlins prospect Christian Yelich quietly reached the majors last season. Usually, prospects of Yelich's quality come with much trumpeting and fanfare, but the terrible Marlins lineup had owners
- What's Bartolo Colon's Value?
Even LL Cool J would allow you to call it a comeback. Bartolo Colon defied Father Time last season, returning to the majors with a vengeance. Along the way, he posted a 2.9 WAR, his best performance
- Bartolo Colon's Biggest Misses
Bartolo Colon was strong again Monday night, as the A's knocked off the host Pirates 2-1. Of his 108 pitches, 78 were strikes. He walked one batter out of the 30 he faced. As a consequence, Colon's
- Bartolo Colón Surrounded by a Colon
Maker of love, babies and fine cabinetry Robert J. Baumann passes along what follows, which is, as the title of this breathless dispatch suggests, Bartolo Colón surrounded by a colon ...
- Bartolo Colon Returns to Rotation
It has been 633 days since Bartolo Colon last took the mound as a starting pitcher in the Major Leagues. With Phil Hughes suffering from dead arm, Colon will once again toe the rubber as a major
- Bartolo Colon's Amazing Streak
We already talked about Cliff Lee and Matt Cain's pitcher's duel for the ages last night, but that wasn't even the most remarkable thing that took place last night. Over in Anaheim, Bartolo Colon
- Colon Continues Comeback In Oakland
After a successful comeback season with the New York Yankees in 2011, Bartolo Colon is headed west. Reports surfaced last week that the Arizona Diamondbacks and Oakland Athletics were interested
- The Case For Colon, The Case for Gray
Ahead of game five, Oakland manager Bob Melvin had a tough choice to make. Both Bartolo Colon and Sonny Gray were available on full rest. And though he has indicated that Sonny Gray is his starter
- Bartolo Colon Returns To Prominence
at the Yankees payroll to see if they have a hypnotist on payroll this season, because all of a sudden Bartolo Colon -- after allowing just three runs in his first 14 2/3 innings as a starter this year -- has been
- The Similarities of Christian Yelich and Mookie Betts
Yesterday, the Marlins agreed to sign outfielder Christian Yelich to a deal that guarantees him at least $51 million over seven years, locking up one of the game's best young players. This morning
- Bartolo Colon: The Run-Scoring Machine
On his FanGraphs player page, Bartolo Colon is listed at 5’11” and 285 pounds, or roughly the size of a soda machine, I’d guess. On the one hand, that’s five pounds less than CC Sabathia, so
- The Perfectly Reasonable Christian Yelich Extension
. In Christian Yelich's 7-year, $49.6 million contract (corrected from $51 million) -- with a team option for an eighth year -- the Marlins have secured Yelich's services through his 20s and bought out three
- Christian Garcia: The Nationals' K-Rod?
Christian Garcia, 27, came up from the minors this month and has struck out seven against two unintentional walks in six innings of work. The only run he's allowed came on a Giancarlo Stanton solo
- Bartolo Colon and Kevin Millwood, Then and Now
For the second time in their careers, Kevin Millwood and Bartolo Colon have hit free agency at the same time. Last time was in the winter of 2003, when they were the two of the three best pitchers
- Bartolo Colon, Surgery, and Sample Size
Some interesting news came out this week regarding Bartolo Colon and his path back to the Major Leagues. Last spring he had stem cells surgically inserted into his elbow and shoulder
- Daily Graphing - Colon vs. Santana
Today Bartolo Colon was named the 2005 American League Cy Young award winner. He won 21 games with a 3.48 ERA. Not too shabby, but I think Johan Santana should have won his second consecutive Cy
- Bartolo Colon is a Pillow
- Contract Crowdsourcing 2013-14: Bartolo Colon
is likely to receive, FanGraphs is also requesting that readers make note of how much they'd pay each free agent were they, themselves, actual GMs.
In this edition: Bartolo Colon.
- Oft-Injured SP Profile: Bartolo Colon
Bartolo Colon made seven starts with the Red Sox last season, collecting 39 innings, and pitching quite well. Colon’s 4.34 FIP was below American League average for starters (4.48) and his strikeout
- Christian Villanueva Rates As Rare Rangers Sleeper
shortstop prospect Xander Bogaerts, my trip to Greenville would have been highlighted by a modestly performing, all but unknown third base prospect named Christian Villanueva. Villanueva went on to belt 10
- What Christian Yelich Hasn't Done Once
I'm not gonna lie to you -- there are a lot of things Christian Yelich hasn't done once. Uncountable things. Infinite things. He hasn't eclipsed 20 home runs in a season. He hasn't hit a triple
- Prospect Watch: Christian Walker, Anthony Alford
1st of the current year); Top-15, the prospect's place on Marc Hulet's preseason organizational list; and Top-100, that same prospect's rank on Hulet's overall top-100 list.
- Bartolo Colon Reportedly Fails a Drug Test
Well, Melky Cabrera might now have some company. Jon Heyman is reporting that Bartolo Colon has failed a drug test and is subject to a 50 game suspension by MLB, which would end his season and make