- Steve Pearce Is More Than Just a Platoon Player
But that Steve Pearce isn’t the real Steve Pearce. The real Steve Pearce is the guy Dan Duquette just traded for, and closer the same player Pearce was in 2014.
Let’s take a look at truly how good Pearce
- Nationals Finally Get Their Span
to get their man.
Instead of a closer and a futility infielder, the Nationals solved their long-standing center field issues by sending their fourth best prospect, Alex Meyer, to the Twins
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Meyer made the much-needed move to the bullpen in 2015, though he continued to have issues finding the zone for most of the season in either role. His stuff gives him
- Nationals Try To Tame Alex Meyer
This article was originally published on May 17th. With Meyer's trade to Minnesota today, we're re-running it in order to give Twins fans a look at what they're getting.
With rain being
- Alex Meyer Progresses, Impresses in Arizona
Down in Arizona to get one last fix of baseball before the lean winter months, I had the distinct pleasure of getting to watch Alex Meyer pitch three innings of shutout ball against the AFL East All
- 2011 Draft: Scouting Alex Meyer
Possessing arguably the highest ceiling of any player in this year's draft, Kentucky right-hander Alex Meyer shouldn't last long come draft day.
Standing 6'9", 220 pounds, Meyer is an imposing
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- Alex Meyer Can Help The Twins In A Big Way
When the Twins acquired Alex Meyer in December it marked a turning point of sorts for the organization. Denard Span had been one of the more popular regulars in the Twin Cities going on 6 years
- Twins and Angels Swap Throwers Meyer and Busenitz
Though both technically still prospects, RHPs Alex Meyer and Alan Busenitz (who were involved in yesterday's minor Angels/Twins trade that saw the clubs exchange Ricky Nolasco and Hector Santiago
- Q&A: Alex Meyer, Minnesota Twins Pitching Prospect
Alex Meyer doesn’t shy away from the power-pitcher label. The 6-foot-9 right-hander readily acknowledges having a big fastball. It won’t be long before it’s on display at Target Field