- Cody Allen's Postseason Dominance Cannot Go Overlooked
by an aptly titled article at ESPN.com by Sam Miller: “Cody Allen makes the Andrew Miller experiment possible”. To avoid confusion (and the resultant mass hysteria) likely to be caused
- Cody Allen, Carlos Carrasco, & Where to Subtract in Cleveland
more easily replace, a part of your team that isn't as valuable as a starting outfielder, but maybe is perceived to be. The answer is for the Indians to trade Cody Allen. Allen, in case you're
- Cody Allen & Brandon Barnes: Deep League Wire
read RotoGraphs every day and get the best advice on the planet.
Cody Allen | CLE RP | 4% Owned
Chris Perez hit the DL on Monday and was diagnosed with tendinitis in his right rotator cuff
- Cody Allen: A Cleveland Closer's Weird Year
Cody Allen has had, in his own words, “kind of a weird year.” The Cleveland Indians closer has 30 saves and has given up just a pair of home runs in 59 innings. Meanwhile, his ERA (3.51) is nearly
- Cody Allen on His Weird Year (2016 Version)
Last September, we ran an interview with Cody Allen that was titled A Cleveland Closer’s Weird Year. At the time, his BABIP was .366 (it was .342 at season’s end). Despite his balls-in-play issue
- ottoneu Hot Right Now: Cody Allen and John Lackey
little in common.
John Lackey is a starter in his 12th season (although he has only pitched in 11 of them after missing 2012; Cody Allen has only 52.1 career innings as a potential-back-of-the-bullpen
- Day Drinkin'
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- What Things Are Worth
- Why The Rangers Will Win Tonight
- Win a Date With C.J. Wilson!
- Too Much Moneyball
- NotGraphs Bookclub
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- Black and Yellow
- Diamond Jack - An Introduction
- Happy Birthday...
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- Baseball, By Yahoo Answers
- Baseball Prank Lesson #1: Dramatic Irony
- Rappin' Baseball Cards
- Baseball Prank Lesson #2: Timing
- Jose Reyes & The Abyss: Multiple Choice
- Rappers and Baseball Hats: AL Central
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- And We Shall Call Him Swag
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- Rappers and Baseball Hats: NL East, Part 1
- "The Adventures of Batboy!"
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- The 5 Worst Pitchers' Duels of 2011
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- Good-bye, Sweet Prince
- Baseball Prank Lesson #4: Bread As Bait
- Commercials of Interest
- Rappers and Baseball Hats: Tyga
- The Curious Case of Cody Dent
. However, I present to you Cody Dent, the man who's mirroring the trend.
Speaking of home runs, his father did this.
Cody played for four years at the University of Florida, and reached
- Cody Ross To Boston
After the magic that was the 2010 postseason, the Giants and their fans can be forgiven for disappointment in Cody Ross's 2011 performance. Ross only managed 14 home runs and a .405 slugging
- Cody Ross's Odd Feat
The title of this post should be taken quite literally. Cody Ross, a 5'9 outfielder of the Florida Marlins, may not intimidate opposing pitchers with his stature but he sure will with his bat. Over
- The Return of Cody Ross
With Cody Ross set to return to the San Francisco Giants lineup tonight, it's a toss up between Giants fans and Aubrey Huff as to who's more excited.
Upon learning that Ross was ready to make
- The Curious Case of Cody Ransom
The Arizona Diamondbacks placed utility infielder Cody Ransom on waivers earlier this week. On Thursday, the Milwaukee Brewers claimed Ransom and added him to their active roster. A commonplace
- Cody Ross Heads West
On Saturday, Cody Ross signed with the Diamondbacks, creating a crowded outfield situation in Arizona. Given that they are paying him nearly $9 million per year, it suggests that a Jason Kubel
- Cody Ross Heads to Beantown
Boston's right field just may have become a little more fantasy friendly as the club signed Cody Ross to a one year, $3M contract the other day. Initial plans are likely to platoon Ross and Ryan
- Cody Buckel, Back on Track?
For much of the past two seasons, “enigma” has been an optimal word to describe Rangers pitching prospect Cody Buckel. Formerly a performance prospect extraordinaire who dominated the A-ball levels
- Cody Ross, But Cheaper
have a mutinous relationship with their manager.
Plenty has gone wrong for the 2012 Red Sox, but one of the bright spots has been Cody Ross. The 31-year-old outfielder, who signed for just one year
- Dick Allen Surrounded by ...
Dick Allen surrounded by ... Allen wrenches!
Allen wrenches! Although, I suppose, if one were so inclined, one could view the above adornments as peckers of a certain crudity -- "dicks
- Dick Allen Sings!
Turns out Dick Allen, your hero and mine, once cut a single with a doo-wop outfit called the Ebonistics titled, "Echoes of November." Please enjoy:
- Projecting Reds Lefty Cody Reed
and Michael Lorenzen have left their rotation painfully thin. It's about to get better, though, as top prospect Cody Reed is set to make his big-league debut tomorrow. Since we've likely passed the Super Two
- Be Your Own Dick Allen
Dick Allen -- smoker, All-Star, activist, eternal bon vivant. If you're reading (or writing) these electronic pages, you either secretly wish that you were Dick Allen, or you publicly wish that you
- Cody Ross in San Francisco: Nihilism?
the Giants acquisition of Cody Ross from the Marlins via waivers, an acquisition which might understandably lead some to begin speculating that former Nationals and Reds GM and legendary outfielderophile Jim
- Brandon Allen Freed
Brandon Allen has been a bit of a cult figure here at FanGraphs. ">As Jonah Keri wrote back in February:
Brandon Allen is entering what should be the prime years of his career. He’s got power, can
- Brandon Allen Belongs in the Bigs
thoughts here on a regular basis, and we're pleased to welcome our own prodigal back home.
Brandon Allen has done everything a prospect can do to prove he deserves a legitimate major league opportunity
- The Dick Allen Experience
In keeping with Carson's explorations of Dick Allen, there's this:
What to say about this thing of wonder? The White Sox wore red! He's juggling! He has the facial hair of a 19th-century
- Allen and Bourjos: Waiver Wire
Brandon Allen (Yahoo: 3 percent owned, ESPN: 4 percent owned)
Allen’s last two games in New York seem to paint a pretty accurate picture of him as a player. Tuesday night, he crushed two home runs
- Free Brandon Allen!
the best possible talent on the major league stage burns strong, decades after Bill James first started the movement.
With all that established...Free Brandon Allen!
Grabbed in the 5th
- Brandon Allen, Strikeouts, and Definitions
Sometimes baseball analysis is similar to semantics. Define Brandon Allen one way, and he's got a bright future despite some early struggles. Define the 25-year-old first baseman from a different
- A Poem with Dick Allen's Name in It
could actually be enjoyable. These are the ones from whom I've shamelessly stolen everything.
A Poem with Dick Allen's Name in It
In this game I made up, what you do
is think of exactly ten
- Allen Brings the Power Back
, and Tony Clark.
The organization will now give rookie Brandon Allen a shot at the job. The big, sturdy prospect was acquired from the Chicago White Sox back on July 7. The American League club
- I Traded For Allen Webster
I traded for Allen Webster and I'm not sure you should too. You see, I traded for Webster in a 20-team 28-keeper league, and he's immediately my last keeper. Even if he's the best last keeper, he's
- On Allen Craig, the Magic Man
Allen Craig, so far, has been one of baseball's all-time best hitters with runners in scoring position. Yes, as in ever. This year, he's leading the league in batting average in that split. Last year
- Why Was Allen Craig Running?
cases, Allen Craig was gunned down during an Albert Pujols plate appearance. Before the face palm napalm dropped, there was a question hidden in the initial stunned silence, heard all the way up
- Pitch Type Linear Weights Explained
- Is Ortiz Powering Back Up?
- Quick, Who is Leading the AL in OPS?
- One Win Curveballs
- HITf/x Contrast of HR and non-HR Hitters
- Wakefield's Fastball Redux
- Another Look at HRs at the New Yankee Stadium
- Two Very Different Cutters
- Where are Ryan Howard's HRs going?
- Jamie Moyer is Throwing a Ton of Fastballs
- Chris Davis Had a Hard Time Making Contact
- A Little Help From His Friends
- Jack Cust's New Approach at the Plate
- Lots of Groundballs from Affeldt
- A Two-Win, a One-Win and a Half-Win Fastball
- PITCHf/x Summit Recap
- Lincecum's Great Changeup
- Adventures in Extreme Plate Discipline
- Revisiting Preseason Outfield Defense Expectations
- Harden's Huge Whiff Rate
- Brian Bannister Looks at His PITCHf/x Numbers
- 45 up, 45 down
- Three Lefty Playoff Rotation
- Halladay's Stuff
- The Twins Acquire Orlando Cabrera
- A Rare Bright Spot for the A's
- Making it Work with Lots of Whiffs
- Johnson Leads Florida's Rotation
- Chris B. Young Optioned to AAA
- Where are David Price's Grounders?
- Chris Carpenter is Back
- Yankees' Pen Clamps Down
- Wuertz Strikes Out the Side
- Liriano's Fastball
- Mile High Pitching
- Cliff Lee Finds the NL to His Liking
- Ichiro and Infield Hits
- Phil Hughes as Shutdown Reliever
- The High Heat from Aardsma
- August's Best Hitter
- The Best Pitcher with a Bad Fastball
- Contreras's Arm Slots
- Feliz Shows no Signs of Slowing Down
- Porcello's Inning Count
- Jon Lester's Soaring Strikeout Numbers
- Lilly's Fly Balls
- Bumgarner's Major League Debut
- Oakland's Excellent Young Closer
- Blackburn's Fastball Doesn't Miss Many Bats
- Cahill's Tough Year
- Another Blown Save From Lidge
- Playoff (Effectively) Baseball Tonight in Detroit
- Atlanta Streaks into Wild Card Contention
- Lind Finishing Up with a Bang
- Brewers Sign Hoffman to 2010 Deal
- ALDS Preview: Minnesota Twins
- ALDS Coverage: Twins Offense in Game 1
- ALDS Coverage: Twins' Run Ends
- Previewing Weaver at Yankee Stadium
- Rollins' Horrid BABIP
- Padilla's Fastballs
- Adrian Beltre's Bat Away From Safeco
- Pettitte's Fastballs
- Ryan Howard Against LHPs
- Cliff Lee's Playoff Dominance
- WS Coverage: Pedro's Fastballs
- WS Coverage: Mariano Rivera
- Hoffman's Fastball and HR Prevention
- Wakefield Signs a Two-Year Deal
- Free Agent Marco Scutaro
- David Wright's Power Outage Part 2
- Free Agent Joel Pineiro
- Greinke's Slider
- Pitch Data and Projections
- How Much Power Will Mauer Keep?
- Joe Mauer and Fastballs
- The Brewers Sign a Great Pitch Blocker
- Curtis Granderson Hitting in the Bronx
- The Red Sox Acquire Boof
- Atkins Non-Tendered
- Roy Halladay
- A Small Randy Johnson Retrospective
- A Look at Kotchman's Balls in Play
- A's Re-sign Jack Cust
- Jeter's Seven-Win Season
- Angels Sign Pineiro
- The Fans' Playing Time Projections
- Mauer's Performance by Pitch Location
- You Call That a Spray-Chart Split?
- Aaron Hill Follow-up
- Joey Votto's Opposite-Field Power and Amazing Fly-Ball BABIP
- Trying to Explain Vicente Padilla's Platoon Split
- Wakefield's Curious Platoon Split
- David Ortiz's Plate Discipline Decline
- David Ortiz's Power Decline
- Edwin Jackson's Increased Slider Use
- Edwin Jackson's HR Prevention Against LHBs
- Chipper, First Pitches and Saber-minded Reporting
- Chipper's First-Pitch Aggressiveness by Pitcher xFIP
- Are Hitters More Aggressive on First Pitches from Good Pitchers?
- A Last Look at First-Pitch Aggressiveness
- Organizational Rankings: Current Talent - Houston
- Elijah Dukes Released
- What to Do with Andy Sonnanstine?
- Organizational Rankings: Current Talent -- Detroit
- Cincinnati's Fly-Ball Rotation
- What Will the Yankees Do with Joba?
- Organizational Rankings: Current Talent - Minnesota
- Comparing CHONE and FANS projections
- Organizational Rankings: Current Talent - Boston
- Optimizing Yesterday's Lineups
- Braden Really Changes It Up
- Hochevar Throwing Gas
- Yesterday's Dancing Knuckleball
- Can Heyward Lay Off Breaking Balls in the Dirt?
- June Comes Early for Jeff Francoeur
- Two Phillies Add Cutters
- Sheets Shifting on the Rubber
- Anderson Used to Shift His Position on the Mound
- Colby Lewis's Sliders
- Santana's Fastballs the First Time Through the Order
- Gardner Is Swinging at Nothing
- Grady Sizemore's Plate Discipline Problems
- Tons of Strikeouts and Walks From Morrow
- Pelfrey's Splitter
- Chris Coghlan's Glove-Finding Grounders
- Contreras's Second Arm Slot Redux
- Do Better Players Have More Twitter Followers?
- John Ely's Changeup
- Tommy Hunter's High Curves
- Max Scherzer's Big Strikeout Numbers
- Ordonez's Contact Skills
- If Pittsburgh Were in Game 7 of the World Series Would You Pay $400 Million to Be There?
- Halladay's New Changeup
- A Pitchf/x Look at Cliff Lee's Command
- Jered Weaver’s High Curves
- Adrian Beltre’s Fly Balls
- Cain's Pitch Type Usage in Game 2
- View Fans from World Series Games with TagOramic
- Some Observations on Pace
- Batter Pace
- Network of Baseball Players' Twitter Accounts
- Looking at the 2010 Fan Projections: Part 1
- Looking at the 2010 Fan Projections: Part 2
- Why Fans Do a Worse Job Projecting Their Favorite Team?
- Chris Capuano’s Strange Platoon Split
- "Does Bill James Even Like to Watch Baseball?"
- Carl Pavano's 2010: Trading Whiffs for Grounders
- Chamberlain's Stuff as a Starter
- The Fans and Marcel in 2011: Position Players
- The Fans and Marcel in 2011: Pitchers
- Knuckleballs and Grounders
- Michael Saunders' Struggles with Outside Pitches
- Kershaw's Hard Slider
- Edwin Jackson's Great Start
- Dan Haren's Commanding Start
- Roy Halladay Throwing Tons of Cutters
- An Entirely Different Matt Garza?
- What's Wrong with Derek Jeter?
- Diagnosing Aroldis Chapman's Wildness
- James Loney's Problems at the Plate
- Jair Jurrjens: Slower Fastball, Better Results?
- How Would Realignment Affect Playoff Races?
- MLB Team Travel
- Derek Jeter and the 3000-Hit Club
- Brian Wilson's Two-Seamer
- First-Year Candidates' Effect on the Rest of the HoF Ballot
- Johnny Damon's Extra Swings in 2011
- Dick Allen's Large and Important Head
It has been said that Dick Allen, patron Mahatma of these pages, has a head that contains multitudes. Besides his brain, skull and mind, Dick Allen's head is rumored to contain a working ordnance
- Dick Allen and the Hall: A Visual Summary
or context. Thus, Dick Allen's -- Mister Dick Allen's -- criminal absence from Cooperstown.
The good news, however, is that Mr. Dick Allen, despite the chronic neglect, is as healthy and confident
- Why Allen Craig?
opinion, about to click. And then there's Allen Craig.
I'm sorry to those who find themselves riding shotgun on the Craig bandwagon, but I just don't get it. I know that we're not throwing a whole lot
- Is Allen Craig This Bad?
Allen Craig stunk in 2014. We all saw it. He stunk for the St. Louis Cardinals. He stunk even more for the Boston Red Sox. He stunk all season for fantasy baseball players, for whom he lost money
- By Editorial Demand: Cody Martin's Improbable Success
No one has. Can I suggest that maybe you write about Cody Martin instead? He’s a classic Cistulli guy and he’s killing it out of ATL’s bullpen right now.
davecameron [12:25 AM]
- Inserting Literature into Works of Dick Allen
In which the decreasingly Royal We insert various passages representative of the Western Canon into works of Dick Allen, thus adding to those various works the grandeur of perspective
- Rangers Cody Buckel Shows Off Advanced Arsenal
With an FIP a full half-run less than the South Atlantic League leader, to suggest that Rangers pitching prospect Cody Buckel excelled would be an understatement. Statistically, the young right
- Cody Asche & Wilmer Flores: Deep League Wire
with fingers crossed that Aramis Ramirez does indeed return from the DL this weekend. Now deep league owners have two more options to consider.
Cody Asche | PHI 3B | CBS 6% Owned
- Cheslor Cuthbert & Cody Asche: Deep League Wire
like those tools finally started to translate! He's worth a gamble, even if he's unlikely to have more than a bench job upon Moose's return.
Cody Asche | 3B/OF PHI | 2% Owned
In a deep league
- Third Base Help On The Way: Cody Asche
News today is that Cody Asche is being promoted from AAA Lehigh Valley and conventional wisdom says it's not to be a bench bat, which means Michael Young is likely to be dealt before the trading
- Cody Anderson Looks Like Matt Harvey
, just this past Sunday:
Cody Anderson has a pretty good changeup, but it’s not the pitch that is opening eyes in Indians camp. According to Cleveland pitching coach Mickey Callaway, the 25-year-old
- Original Scouting Report on Dick Allen
Curiously, much of Dick Allen's original scouting report is written in Greek.
Over at NY Baseball Digest, the keeper of that site, Mike Silva, has shared with the reader three photos he took from
- Dick Allen Daguerreotype Contest: Entry!
, manner, general milieu, and overarching blessedness of the great Mr. Dick Allen. Suffice it to say, this I could not resist.
First, the inspiration ...
And now, the imitation ...
- Scouting the Reds' Cody Reed Before His Debut
When Cody Reed takes the mound on Saturday he’ll likely be wearing the same pair of rec specs he’s worn since his sophomore year of high school. Reed donned the glasses after he had a hard time
- The Daily Grind: Walker, Cody Anderson, Reynolds
4. Tomorrow's Targets - Anderson, Morgan, Reynolds, Spangenberg
Pitchers to Start: Indians prospect Cody Anderson will make his major league debut. The righty has made 12 minor
- Allen Craig: Ignominious League Leader
Allen Craig's a really good player, mostly because he's a really good hitter. He just ranked No. 40 in Dave's Trade Value series. Allen Craig has a lot of good things going on, and here's one of them
- Allen Webster's Zone% and Strikeout Rate
Allen Webster was on my "to investigate" list because his strikeout rate was low compared to the number of swings-and-misses he got in 2014. The numbers intrigued me enough to watch one of his starts
- The Inside of Dick Allen's Batting Helmet
The Inside of Dick Allen's Batting Helmet ...
- The Tony Pena-Brandon Allen Trade
of the season. I can imagine that may change a tad due to the switch in leagues, but as far as ballparks he's moving from one rough neighborhood to another.
The price for Pena is Brandon Allen. The 23