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  • Cardinals Release Felipe Lopez
    in FanGraphs by Jack Moore - 9/22/2010 -  8
    The Cardinals released super-utility infielder Felipe Lopez yesterday after what can only be described as a disappointing 2010 season. Lopez hit only .231/.310/.340 for the Cardinals and rated

  • Jose Lopez to Colorado
    in FanGraphs by Jack Moore - 12/3/2010 -  17
    In the moments leading up to the non-tender deadline, the Mariners managed to move second baseman Jose Lopez, receiving minor league pitcher Chaz Roe from the Rockies in return. Seattle was planning

  • Jose Lopez, Feast and Famine
    in FanGraphs by Matthew Carruth - 5/19/2010 -  9
    One of the more intriguing quirks of the young 2010 season has been Jose Lopez. A full time second baseman for the prior four seasons, Lopez earned a reputation as a visually unappealing glove man

  • Jose Lopez's Woeful 2010
    in FanGraphs by R.J. Anderson - 6/23/2010 -  10
    About a month ago, Matthew Carruth wrote up Jose Lopez’s odd season. Summarizing his accomplishments to date with: It’s not all cheery news however. While Lopez may pace the entire league

  • The Extremity of Wilton Lopez
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 11/28/2012 -  14
    -- they haven't had very many good players. One of their few good players has been reliever Wilton Lopez. Now Wilton Lopez isn't an Astro anymore. Basically. The Astros and Phillies have unofficially

  • No Free Passes Against Lopez
    in FanGraphs by Jack Moore - 9/20/2010 -  0
    pitcher: Wilton Lopez of the Astros. Lopez's 0.73 BB/9 rate in 62 IP leads all relievers, and it makes him a rarity: a productive reliever who doesn't rely on the strikeout. Lopez is the only reliever

  • Felipe Lopez's Outstanding Season
    in FanGraphs by R.J. Anderson - 10/13/2009 -  5
    Remember, way back in the day, when Felipe Lopez was talked about as a future superstar? Shortly after the turn of the decade Lopez became the toast of the Jays’ middle infield prospects*. He would

  • The Felipe Lopez Trade
    in FanGraphs by Erik Manning - 7/20/2009 -  9
    Yesterday the Diamondbacks traded Felipe Lopez to the Brewers for a pair of minor leaguers -- outfielder Cole Gillespie and right-handed reliever Roque Mercedes. Well out of contention, Arizona

  • Jesus Montero in Context
    in RotoGraphs by Eno Sarris - 6/26/2012 -  16
    Look at Jesus Montero. You probably aren't excited by the .263/.301/.406 work, or the eight home runs. It's just not a strong package, not after all that hype. As that hype creates the context

  • Somebody F'd With the Jesus
    in RotoGraphs by Howard Bender - 4/25/2013 -  25
    When he was in the Yankees farm system, Jesus Montero was considered one of the best hitting prospects in the minor leagues. He was strong. He was fierce. He had both the fire and the attitude

  • The Jesus Montero Eligibility Debate
    in RotoGraphs by Howard Bender - 10/20/2011 -  14
    We interrupt the 2012 Catcher Keeper Rankings to answer a question from one of our readers, Buck Turgidson, who asked,  "Will Jesus Montero be eligible at catcher to start next season? Plenty

  • Felipe Lopez Latches On with St. Louis
    in RotoGraphs by David Golebiewski - 2/27/2010 -  2
    Fresh off of a 2009 season in which he posted 4.6 Wins Above Replacement, Felipe Lopez entered the off-season anticipating free agent riches. However, with general managers likely anticipating

  • Jose Lopez Finds Work With Marlins
    in FanGraphs by Tommy Rancel - 6/10/2011 -  5
    It was not too long ago when Jose Lopez was a perfectly capable starter on a major-league team. Sure, he was far from a star, but was league-average bat with passable defense at several positions

  • Outlook for Jesus Montero in 2012
    in RotoGraphs by Howard Bender - 9/26/2011 -  18
    to make.  What will come of Jesus Montero in 2012? Montero's talent as a hitter has never come into question.  Looking at his minor league totals, you can see he's got outstanding power potential

  • Jesus Aguilar: Crushing In Columbus
    in RotoGraphs by Scott Strandberg - 4/25/2014 -  13
    Jesus Aguilar is the very definition of a prospect with more value in fantasy baseball than in real life. Our own Marc Hulet ranked him as the 11th-best prospect in Cleveland's system last year

  • Jesus Montero: Steroid Whipping Boy
    in NotGraphs by Jeremy Blachman - 8/7/2013 -  8
    Reading the mind of every Mariner fan “@svenbranch: Steroids are supposed to make you awesome at sports. Jesus Montero proves otherwise.”— Erik Knutsen (@ErikKnutsen) August 6, 2013 Jesus

  • Felipe Lopez Will Wear the Red Bird
    in FanGraphs by R.J. Anderson - 3/1/2010 -  10
    If Felipe Lopez earns the maximum payout on his 2010 player contract, he will earn roughly $2.2M from the Cardinals. Lopez was worth nearly 5 wins last season and roughly 3 wins in the three seasons

  • Who is Jesus Guzman?
    in RotoGraphs by Chris Cwik - 8/8/2011 -  16

  • Eric Hosmer versus Javier Lopez
    in FanGraphs by Eno Sarris - 10/25/2014 -  14
    . But in practice, it was a workmanlike effort and a mistake that finally ended the battle between Eric Hosmer and Javier Lopez. The first pitch was a mistake from Lopez. High in the zone

  • On Running, With Mike Trout and Jesus Montero
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 12/19/2012 -  29
    Prior to the 2012 regular season, Mike Trout and Jesus Montero would've been considered leading contenders for the American League Rookie of the Year Award. Both Trout and Montero were top prospects

  • Moving to Catcher Will Help Jesus Montero
    in RotoGraphs by Chris Cwik - 2/4/2013 -  16
    Jesus Montero will be the Mariners starting catcher when pitchers and catcher report in less than one week. That's actually somewhat surprising, as Montero's only real weak spot as a prospect was his

  • Rockies Continue to Confuse, Acquire Wilton Lopez
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 12/5/2012 -  29
    In a vacuum, you could probably make a decent enough case in favor of exchanging Alex White for Wilton Lopez. As Jeff wrote last week, Lopez is the game's most extreme high GB/low BB reliever

  • Jesus Did Not Come to Save The Bronx
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 9/1/2011 -  55
    After months of hype, discussion, and lobbying, Jesus Montero has finally joined the New York Yankees. With rosters expanding for September, the Yankees have called their top prospect up to join

  • Which Teams Could Most Use Felipe Lopez?
    in FanGraphs by Joe Pawlikowski - 2/15/2010 -  17
    players appear a bit more impatient. Count Felipe Lopez among the latter crowd. He fired Scott Boras over the weekend, reportedly over frustration that he, like 10.6 percent of Americans, lacks a job. His

  • Contextualizing Adam Lopez's Low-Minors Dominance
    in RotoGraphs by Nathaniel Stoltz - 10/10/2013 -  0
    excellence and future potential. One player very much in this mold is White Sox pitching prospect Adam Lopez. "Unheralded" is a word that most certainly applies to Lopez. He was drafted in the 21st

  • Rodrigo Lopez: Better Than You Think
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 2/1/2011 -  63
    for 2011. Player B is Rodrigo Lopez, who signed a non-guaranteed, minor league contract with an invite to spring training yesterday. Now, let's be clear - there are differences between Arroyo

  • 2nd Basemen Making an Impact: Sanchez, Cabrera and Lopez
    in RotoGraphs by Jeff Zimmerman - 4/13/2011 -  2
    , but with his versatility in playing both the 2B and SS position, he could be a nice injury plugin. Jose Lopez – 14% owned – 29/0.241/2/1 – The season started good for Lopez when he got the first 5

  • Exclusive Video: Jesus of Nazareth on Mike Trout's Divinity
    in NotGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 2/19/2014 -  3
    PED: god-like omnipotence. In what follows, famous world philosopher and also possible deity Jesus of Nazareth comments on the allegations regarding Trout's divinity. Part One: Part Two

  • How Jesus Montero Threw Out Mike Trout
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 3/19/2013 -  54
    . One of the many conversations turned to Jesus Montero as a defensive catcher. One person who covers baseball on a daily basis for a newspaper couldn't believe that Montero managed to throw out Mike

  • Jesus Montero Needs To Solve His Righty Problem
    in RotoGraphs by Jeff Zimmerman - 11/12/2012 -  12
    Jesus Montero was traded before the 2012 season from the Yankees to the Mariners for Michael Pineda. Montero was finally given a full time job after not being able to break into the Yankees' lineup

  • Jesus Guzman and Andrew Miller: Mining the Minors
    in RotoGraphs by Jason Catania - 6/23/2011 -  4
    (or return, if already sent down) during this season. Players listed in order of 2011 fantasy impact. AL-/NL-ONLY RELEVANT _______________________ Jesus Guzman, Padres 3B/1B/OF Talent

  • Waiver Wire: Chris Carter, Jesus Aguilar
    in RotoGraphs by Nicholas Minnix - 5/29/2014 -  27
    yesterday; one would have done. C’est la vie. 1B Jesus Aguilar, Cleveland Indians Ownership: CBS 5% | Yahoo! 0% | ESPN 0.0% You have heard of Aguilar. Scott Strandberg talked about him a month ago

  • Relative Waiver Wire: Jeff Locke, Jesus Montero
    in RotoGraphs by Nicholas Minnix - 6/18/2014 -  6
    stretch. I’d be willing to take this risk in the right circumstances. C/1B Jesus Montero, Seattle Mariners Ownership: CBS 13% | Yahoo! 1% | ESPN 0.4% You’ve read, heard or viewed enough about Montero

  • Jesus Montero: Cabrera, Konerko, or Karim Garcia?
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 1/17/2012 -  101
    Over the last couple of years, I've expressed an amount of skepticism relating to Jesus Montero's status as an elite prospect. Essentially, my argument has been that since Montero is likely

  • Is Jesus Montero More Valuable at Catcher or DH?
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 1/16/2012 -  85
    There are a lot of opinions out there about the deal over the weekend that shipped Michael Pineda and prospect Jose Campos to New York in exchange for Jesus Montero and Hector Noesi. A lot of people

  • This Is an Ice Cream Sandwich Festooned with Tiny Jesus Montero Heads
    in NotGraphs by Dayn Perry - 8/29/2014 -  19
    sandwich festooned with tiny Jesus Montero heads ... This has been what it has been.

  • Deep League Waiver Wire: Chris Getz, Rick Ankiel, Felipe Lopez
    in RotoGraphs by Zach Sanders - 4/11/2011 -  5
    you some homers, hopefully without killing your batting average. Felipe Lopez | 1% | 1% Michael Barr touched on Lopez on Saturday, and I’ll add a little bit more here. Lopez may have been

  • Jesus Montero: More "What Would Have Been" Moments
    in NotGraphs by Eric Augenbraun - 2/10/2012 -  8
    enthralling.  So enthralling, indeed, that I felt compelled to take the premise and run with it. Please find my Jesus Montero "What Would Have Been" moment submissions below. Jesus Montero...blah

  • What Does Jesus Montero's Future Look Like Now?
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 5/23/2013 -  83
    The Mariners stuck with it for 735 innings. Despite the fact that nearly everyone in baseball agreed that Jesus Montero could not catch at an acceptable level in the Major Leagues, the Mariners let

  • Jesus Guzman & Ryan Flaherty: Deep League Waiver Wire
    in RotoGraphs by Mike Podhorzer - 4/2/2014 -  3
    % or less of leagues on CBS. Jesus Guzman | HOU 1B/OF | 2% Owned I am frankly surprised his ownership rate is this low. Of course, after his home run yesterday, it's sure to increase. Now an Astro

  • Jesus Montero and Devin Mesoraco: Catching Prospects We'd Like to See But Probably Won't
    in RotoGraphs by Howard Bender - 6/28/2011 -  10
    call-up this year, but will likely be forced to wait in the minors until their time comes in 2012. Jesus Montero -- Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees (AAA), NYY Montero is a beast of a prospect and has

  • Spotted: Live Baseball on February 3rd
    in NotGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 2/3/2012 -  3
    shortstop Jesus Lopez -- an encounter which, if you don't already know, ended with a double by Lopez -- but there will be a blog post written about it. This one, actually. Because baseball in early