- Replacing Martin Perez with Martin Perez
at either trying to pitch through serious pain or face a spinal fusion surgery which could potentially threaten his Major League career. Meanwhile, Martin Perez -- who lasted just 3 2/3 innings
- Kendrys Morales and Fernando Tatis
You might not be old enough to remember, but Fernando Tatis once put up a monster fantasy baseball performance. In 1998, the Texas Rangers were in a dogfight with the Anaheim Angels, who
- Contract Crowdsourcing 2013-14: Fernando Rodney
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: Fernando Rodney.
- Haiku Re: Fernando Rodney
It gives him power
Fernando Rodney's plantain
Oh point five five WHIP.
- Fernando Rodney: AL Reliever of the Year
For as great of a season as Fernando Rodney had it doesn’t seem like enough was written about him. Add that to the list of sentences I never thought I’d write. Before the season the Rays signing
- Fernando Rodney Is Ricky Vaughn
Fernando Rodney's 2012 season is redefining relief domination. The veteran flamethrower is turning into the real life version of Ricky "Wild Thing" Vaughn, transforming from a wild pitcher who never
- Is Fernando Martinez Worth a Waiver Claim?
Fernando Martinez's time as a New York Met might be coming to an end. To make room for Ronny Cedeno and Scott Hairston on its 40-man roster, the Mets placed Martinez on waivers. While it seems
- FanGraphs Audio: The Exceptional Fernando Perez
Fernando Perez is (a) a former seventh-round draft pick by the Tampa Bays Rays, (b) a real-live published poet, and (c) a guest on this edition of FanGraphs Audio. Mr. Perez joins us
- Fernando Rodney and Matt Capps
Two closers came off the market last week, as the Angels added Fernando Rodney and the Nationals picked up Matt Capps. The Angels won't look to use Rodney as a closer, but he will provide insurance
- Oliver Perez: Wild And Out
Oliver Perez had a bad day.
To start the bottom half of the third inning, Perez walked Jimmy Rollins. After a Pedro Feliz fly out, Perez walked Eric Bruntlett. Then he walked Carlos Ruiz, loading
- Oliver Perez: The Next Koufax?
on Oliver Perez includes a chapter "One Of The Five Best Left-Handed Starting Pitchers."
Seriously. Oliver Perez. Scott Boras actually wants people to take him seriously, and he's calling Perez one