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- Jerry Dipoto's Nine Points of Offense
Among the comments made by Jerry Dipoto in his conversation with David Laurila at the recently concluded GM meetings, one finds a fascinating statement by the new Mariners general manager
- Jerry Dipoto on the Mariners' New Direction
Jerry Dipoto has a plan. Importantly, he also has the autonomy to implement it. Free from the shackles of Anaheim, he's now able to do his own thing, with his own people, in Seattle. That's good news
- Jerry Jr. and The Amazing Hairstons
Jerry Hairston tweeted his retirement Wednesday; almost immediately, he was announced as a new announcer for the Dodgers. It was fitting: Hairston rarely started, but he was always needed
- Jerry Blevins Is Very Annoyed
Ugh, fine, Mrs. Blevins, Jerry Blevins will clean his stupid bedroom before he throws even one more pitch, even though he cleaned said stupid bedroom last stupid month.
(For real: is Jerry
- The Nationals Add Scott Hairston, Nifty Role Player
of attention to the most recent trade between the Nationals and Cubs, which sent outfielder Scott Hairston to Washington and Ivan Pineyro to the Cubs, plus a pair of PTBNLs, with one going in each
- The Catskills Humor of Don Orsillo and Jerry Remy
A Catskills resort where comedy team Jerry Remy and Don Orsillo probably killed.
What a lot of people -- including probably even their own families -- don't know about Boston Red Sox television
- Jerry Crasnick Mounts Offensive on Peter Gammons
The words "It's on like Donkey Kong" were not uttered expressly (not from Jerry Crasnick's mouth, at least), but it is, most assuredly, on -- and in a manner very similar to, if not precisely
- Duda, Evans, Hairston: NL 'Outfielders'
a little more of it, he could be a .275/.340/.480 guy for the next two months, which does work in most leagues.
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Though he does represent an upgrade over Met bench
- New Opportunities: Brandon Allen & Jerry Hairston Jr.
Pence; value can be found in lesser deals -- where players are given new opportunities at playing time. Two recently traded players that may fit that description are Brandon Allen and Jerry Hairston
- Hairston, Marquis Bid Farewell to D.C.
The Nationals made a pair of moves Saturday, sending utility-man Jerry Hairston Jr to the Brewers and starting pitcher Jason Marquis to the Diamondbacks. Both were marginal moves that weren't all
- Jerry Coleman, the Accidental Quotesmith
The great Jerry Coleman is many things: decorated fighter pilot, accomplished major leaguer and member of the Radio Hall of Fame. It's as a broadcaster that he's given us moments of accidental
- If Diaz, Why Not Scott Hairston?
the sweepstakes, signing him to a two-year deal. There was another, less heralded player on the market whose skills are somewhat similar to Diaz's. Yet Scott Hairston has barely received a mention
- Scott Hairston's FanGraphs' Legend Just Keeps Growing
than maybe his brother Jerry) as the Padres look ahead.
Hairston's handedness also makes a difference. It's easy to see a number of teams who could use a right-handed-hitting outfielder. I don't want
- Kouzmanoff, Sogard to A's for S. Hairston, Cunningham
Oakland Athletics acquired 3B Kevin Kouzmanoff and 2B Eric Sogard from the San Diego Padres for OFs Scott Hairston and Aaron Cunningham.
Kouzmanoff's arrival means that Eric Chavez and Jake Fox
- The Scott Hairston Deal
When I heard that the Padres had traded Scott Hairston for Craig Italiano, Ryan Webb, and a PTBNL, my first reaction was to wonder if they were trying to tank as quickly as possible to give
- Hairston's Surge
, and strange things happen.
So, in that vein, let's talk about Jerry Hairston. For his career, he's a .260/.330/.360 hitter - your garden variety utility infielder. He has okay contact skills