- A Few Notes on Eduardo Rodriguez's Velocity
Eduardo Rodriguez debuted yesterday for the Red Sox. There was instantly something remarkable about him.
My goodness. Did you see it? Probably not. How about now.
Yeah. That's easy
- Eduardo Rodriguez Shows He's Ready for the Majors
Eduardo Rodriguez's big-league debut went about as well as anyone could have expected. The hard-throwing lefty struck out seven in 7.2 scoreless innings, and allowed a mere three hits. Boston's
- Eduardo Nunez: Steals Sleeper
Exactly fifty players stole at least 20 bases last season, but only six of them did it in fewer plate appearances that Eduardo Nunez. The Yankees' reserve infielder swiped 22 bags (in 28 tries
- Eduardo Nunez: Deep League Waiver Wire
America learned yesterday that Yankees’ third baseman Alex Rodriguez has a small tear in his right meniscus. A-Rod has two options regarding his injury: he can choose to play through it, or he could
- Alex Rodriguez: Mass Murderer
then, Rodriguez has mellowed considerably. He chased off Cody Ransom, but allowed him to live because he was harmless. And has allowed a lot of other guys, like Eric Chavez, Ramiro Pena, Eduardo Nunez
- Eduardo Nunez and the Case of the Minus-28
involving Eduardo Nunez and barely-a-top-100 prospect that happened on Thursday night is going to get swept under the rug pretty quickly. If you're here for a deep analysis of the move and the players
- Explaining Eduardo Escobar
, Eduardo Escobar.
The switch-hitting Escobar entered the year as a bench player for the Twins, one whose versatile glove could plug a number of holes. Case in point: In his first four defensive
- Eduardo Nunez Shipped to the Dock of the Bay
The "Wait, that Eduardo Nunez?" season continued unabated on Thursday night. From a fill-in for legends, to sub replacement player, to reclamation project, to All-Star and now desired trade candidate