- Goodbye, Greg
On December 16, 1985, I entered this world. Less than a year later, on September 3rd, 1986, a rather scrawny right-handed pitcher named Greg Maddux made his major league debut with the Chicago Cubs
- Greg Maddux and Greg Maddux with a Miniature Head
Greg with a miniature head:
... and trapezius implants.
...and clear, shameful evidence of amateur photoshopping.
- Greg Luzinski Is a Killing Machine
Do not blame Greg Luzinski for being a killing machine: For he is but a hostage to his factory settings. The pits of his eyes are pellucid only at the moment of the kill. Stare into them
- The Wasted Potential of Greg Maddux
Greg Maddux crafted a Hall of Fame career using pinpoint control, changing pitch speeds and release points, and by out-smarting hitters, among other non-STUFF-based stuff. One can hardly say that he
- Greg Maddux Enjoys Retirement
ESPN reports that Greg Maddux will be joining the Rangers as a part-time special assistant.
From the article:
"I appreciate the Cubs and how they treated me," Maddux said. "Now I'll
- An Inning with Greg Maddux's Command
Something somebody once said about Greg Maddux is he could throw a ball into a teacup. I don't know why a teacup was chosen to represent a small target, but it certainly conveys the intended idea
- The Greatness of Greg Maddux
Greg Maddux officially becomes a Hall of Famer today, and the only controversy surrounding his election is that it won't be unanimous. He is, without question, one of the greatest pitchers of all
- Greg Holland or Sean Marshall?
This is a question I have received a lot since we were made aware of Ryan Madson’s impending Tommy John surgery: who would I rather pick, Greg Holland or Sean Marshall? Some of my readers and twitter
- Fantasy MVP Greg Holland
the MVP honors to Kansas City Royals closer Greg Holland. The debate over the value of a closer is a recurring hot-button issue and, obviously, I sit on the side of the fence that preaches
- Yankees Free (Greg) Bird
With their offense sputtering, the Yankees called up first baseman Greg Bird from Triple-A last week in an attempt to potentially help matters. Bird is strictly a first baseman, meaning he's unlikely
- Greg Maddux Hall of Fame Caps
Last week, I challenged you to come up with some Hall of Fame cap ideas for Greg Maddux. Vote for your favorite!
Which hat should Maddux wear?
- FanGraphs Audio: The Late Greg Halman
David Laurila, curator of the FanGraphs Q&A series, had the opportunity to speak with the late Greg Halman this summer at Fenway Park. While the audio wasn't originally intended
- Greg Holland: KC's Closer of the Future
become the closer of the present, Greg Holland is already making hitters take notice.
Take, for example, these three hitters:
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Sure, it was the Mariners
- Greg Smith: Scouting the Pirates Draft
Thanks to an infusion of high-profile prospects into the pipeline, there is a light at the end of tunnel in Pittsburgh. Scouting director Greg Smith has brought some elite talent into the system
- One Childish Possibility for Greg Maddux's HOF Cap
This has been One Childish Possibility for Greg Maddux's HOF Cap.
Important Update: Twitter-user to the stars Ryan Dunsmore has graced us with an artist's rendering of Maddux's plaque donning
- CONTEST: Greg Maddux Hall of Fame Cap Ideas
Greg Maddux will be entering the Hall of Fame without a logo on his cap, opting not to choose between the Cubs and Braves.
Anyone want to play with Photoshop and offer up some alternatives
- Sergio Romo Isn't Entirely Not Greg Maddux
But it is interesting to hear him talk about one name, and it might be the name that helps Romo stand out from the list of Relievers Without a Fastball. "I used to idolize Greg
- Greg Garcia & Jake Smolinski: Deep League Wire
Let's go fishing!
Greg Garcia | SS/3B STL | CBS 1% Owned
Jhonny Peralta, who missed the first two months of the season after undergoing thumb surgery in March, has landed back on the DL
- Can Greg Holland Repeat His Great Season?
There were only a handful of relievers who pitched as well or better than Greg Holland did over the course of last season. He was one of just seven two win pitchers, and could have finished near
- Why I Think Greg Holland Will Close
With it officially announced that Joakim Soria will receive Tommy John surgery, we are now focused on who ends up with more saves, Jonathan Broxton or Greg Holland. To me, Holland seems like
- Greg Holland, Finally The Closer In Kansas City
With the trade of Jonathan Broxton, Greg Holland has now been announced as the Royals' closer for the remainder of the year, barring significant struggles in the role. With the announcement coming
- Trade Fallout: Greg Smith Reluctantly Heads to the Rockies
, his 0.99 HR/9 rate could balloon.
So, Greg Smith is a moderate-strikeout, moderate-walk, fly ball hurler headed to a ballpark known for giving pitchers nightmares. Add in the likelihood that his
- Spotted: Greg Minton Customized Van Driven By Enos Cabell
that features TG&Y and Otasco. Like you, I assumed Enos Cabell had merely slathered his poon schooner in Greg Minton Fatheads. Upon closer inspection, however, I discovered that each commissioned
- The Sleeper and the Bust Episode: 312 – Guestisode: Greg Ambrosius, NFBC Founder
The latest episode of “The Sleeper and the Bust” is live!
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Interview w/Greg starts at 7:55
- Juggling at Third: Chase Headley, Ty Wigginton, Greg Dobbs
Ty Wigginton, so if he's available, he warrants consideration.
Still widely available in most league formats, Greg Dobbs is a regular major leaguer for the first time in his career
- David Ross, Jason Pridie, Greg Dobbs: Deep League Waiver Wire
, at least for a fill-in in deeper leagues. Don’t add him if you’re looking for a long-term option, but if you need a fill-in, he could do the trick.
Greg Dobbs | 2% | 1%
After serving as a backup
- Deep League Waiver Wire: Greg Dobbs & Nate Schierholtz
Greg Dobbs | 7% Owned
It's a sad state of affairs when this man is your clean-up hitter. Dobbs will presumably be the Marlins every day first baseman until Logan Morrison returns from his never