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- Edgar Martinez on Hitting
To say Edgar Martinez knows hitting would be to state the obvious. The Seattle Mariners legend slashed .312/.418/.515 between 1987 and 2004, and he won a pair of batting titles along the way. He
- A Decade of DH: The Mariners Post-Edgar Martínez
Edgar Martínez is kind of a demigod in Seattle. If you drive west past Safeco Field, parallel to the first-base line, you're doing so on Edgar Martínez Drive (hang a right at home plate
- Edgar Renteria's Underrated Career
Although he didn't play a single game in 2012, it wasn't until yesterday that Edgar Renteria officially announced his retirement from baseball. The long-time big leaguer told RCN Television in his
- Edgar Renteria Considering Retirement
According to Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports, 36-year-old shortstop Edgar Renteria is leaning towards retiring this season. After hitting just .251/.306/.348 in 96 games with Cincinnati and receiving
- Edgar Martinez Following Reese's Unfortunate Path
in Cooperstown. A few took steps forward -- Jack Morris, Jeff Bagwell, and Tim Raines enjoyed substantial gains. Others, like Mark McGwire, took steps back.
Edgar Martinez was a member of the final
- How Great Was Edgar Martinez's Bat?
While we've spent the last few days talking about the Hall of Fame, and this post is somewhat inspired by discussions about Edgar Martinez's worthiness for enshrinement in Cooperstown, this isn't
- Lance Berkman, Edgar Martinez, and Cooperstown
the last couple of years rejecting a candidate with a similar resume.
In terms of rate stats, Berkman and Edgar Martinez are pretty darn similar. Martinez also had a delayed start to his career, so
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- Edgar's Jack Morris Moment
needed him the most, he delivered.
One shining moment of greatness in October is a huge part of Morris' candidacy. Yet, for these same writers, the performance of Edgar Martinez in the 1995 ALDS
- Edgar Martinez and the Hall of Fame
Edgar Martinez presents one of the most interesting debates about the hall of fame to date. Certainly, he was a hall of fame caliber hitter, regardless of the metrics you use. For his career, he
- Daily Graphing - Edgar Renteria
After just one season with the Red Sox, Edgar Renteria and his four year 40 million dollar contract were shipped off to Atlanta for third base prospect Andy Marte. In 2002 and 2003 Edgar Renteria