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  • Q&A: Jim Wright, Colorado Rockies Pitching Coach
    in FanGraphs by David Laurila - 7/26/2013 -  13
    . Jim Wright is currently entrusted with helping Rockies hurlers succeed in that hitter-friendly environment. He can’t do anything about the effect of altitude on batted and thrown baseballs

  • The Unique Path to Success in Oakland
    in Community by Jim_Turvey - 6/24/2014 -  15

  • Year of the Pitcher?...Think Again
    in Community by Fire_Jim_Hendry - 8/10/2010 -  11

  • David Wright's Many Faces
    in RotoGraphs by Michael Barr - 10/31/2012 -  7
    It's hard to believe, but 2013 will be the 10th major league season for David Wright. In those ten years, it seems like he's been about three different players. Wright has hit as many as 33 home

  • GIF: Jim Johnson's Jim Johnson
    in NotGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 9/27/2011 -  9
    Because Oriole Jim Johnson plays for the Orioles, there's a strong chance that no one -- perhaps besides his teammates and Buck Showalter and Buck Showalter's grizzled and nameless manservant

  • David Wright's Wacky 2009
    in RotoGraphs by David Golebiewski - 1/2/2010 -  19
    . They lost up-the-middle stars Jose Reyes and Carlos Beltran, 1B Carlos Delgado and ace Johan Santana, among others, for big chunks of the season. Third baseman David Wright wasn't immune

  • David Wright's Power Outage
    in FanGraphs by R.J. Anderson - 11/16/2009 -  25
    in what was supposed to be a ceremonious christening like the other New York team witnessed. Amongst the questions the Mets will attempt to answer during the off-season includes David Wright’s 2009

  • The Wright-Cruz Rumor
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 10/23/2009 -  48
    Yesterday, Keith Law confirmed an interesting old trade rumor, noting that he was in the room in 2002 when Steve Phillips offered J.P. Ricciardi a straight up swap of David Wright for Jose Cruz Jr

  • Jamey Wright Improving With Age
    in FanGraphs by Mike Petriello - 12/31/2013 -  9
    Jamey Wright turned 39 on December 24, and he celebrated by signing a one-year deal worth $1.8 million with the Dodgers. As far as offseason signings go, it's a relatively minor one, and coming

  • Jim Thome
    in FanGraphs by Matt Klaassen - 11/20/2009 -  7
    Jim Thome hits free agency this offseason, after playing out the last season of his 2003-2008 (with 2009 vesting in 2008) contract. Injuries in Philadelphia and his eventual inability to play

  • What Is Wrong With Wright?
    in RotoGraphs by Jeff Zimmerman - 5/16/2011 -  17
    Twice in the last week I was asked if the concussion that David Wright received on August 15, 2009 from a Matt Cain fastball was the cause of his recent drop in production. I decided see what

  • Is David Wright Worth $100 Million?
    in FanGraphs by Chris Cwik - 4/24/2012 -  36
    There has been a lot of speculation whether David Wright will remain a New York Met. While the club still has a $16 million option on the 29-year-old third baseman for next season, Wright has been

  • David Wright: Extend, Trade, or Wait?
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 9/14/2012 -  52
    A few weeks ago, David Wright told Jon Heyman that he was "extremely optimistic" about the chances of reaching a long term contract extension with the Mets, and said all the right things about

  • Discovered: The Jim Leyland Breakfast
    in NotGraphs by David G. Temple - 3/13/2013 -  8
    Vine.co user Carl Skanberg provides a most excellent artist's rendering of what Jim Leyland ate this morning, and every morning previous.

  • David Wright Commences, Abandons the Jigglin'
    in NotGraphs by Robert J. Baumann - 7/2/2013 -  4
    more obvious. Such was the case with young David Wright last night. With the score tied 3-3 in the bottom of the tenth inning, bases loaded and two outs, Wright was less than 90 feet away from

  • David Wright: Greatest Met Ever?
    in FanGraphs by Alex Remington - 4/26/2012 -  113
    David Wright set the Mets’ all-time career RBI record last night, passing Darryl Strawberry, but he was already high on the list of the greatest Mets position players of all time. In fact, by Wins

  • Did The Mets Lowball David Wright?
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 11/27/2012 -  27
    This morning, Ken Rosenthal reported that the Mets offered David Wright a six year, $100 million extension, noting that it was an offer that Wright was sure to refuse. After all, the terms

  • Mets Listening: Who Is the Wright Fit?
    in FanGraphs by J.P. Breen - 11/7/2011 -  13
    out of New York suggest that Sandy Alderson believes 2014 or 2015 is a more realistic window for contention for his club, which leaves third baseman David Wright’s future with the organization

  • Jim Edmonds as a Duck
    in NotGraphs by Dayn Perry - 8/25/2011 -  4
    originalist interpretations of the Constitution. So in some ways, a bewinged and bebilled Jim Edmonds fulfills Madison's fondest hopes. Stated another way, if Jim Edmonds had never been rendered as a duck

  • Daily Graphing - Jim Thome
    in FanGraphs by David Appelman - 11/28/2005 -  0
    For the first time in 7 years, Jim Thome failed play in over 140 games after having season ending elbow surgery in mid August. Before his decision to shut things down, he was easily having the worst

  • Jim Rice Makes It In
    in FanGraphs by Matthew Carruth - 1/12/2009 -  13
    worthy player no matter what rational criteria you use and disappointment that Jim Rice finally made his way in. Mostly though I was left with a resounding apathy. Like every award that is voted

  • Jim Thome: Tater Masher
    in RotoGraphs by Colin Zarzycki - 7/3/2012 -  14
    HI THIS IS JI- JIM THOME. Over the weekend, the Phillies did Jim Thome a solid, sending the future Cooperstown resident out to the equivalent of pasture for over-35 power hitters; the American

  • Jim Edmonds for Chris Dickerson
    in FanGraphs by Pat Andriola - 8/9/2010 -  23
    The Cincinnati Reds attempted to strengthen their postseason chances by acquiring OF Jim Edmonds from the Brewers today for OF Chris Dickerson. Edmonds was apparently a decently hot commodity

  • Other Things David Wright Offers Besides Statistics
    in NotGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 11/18/2011 -  8
    David Wright offers both products and services. To the saberist's eye, Alden Gonzalez's claim (at the Mets official site) that "David Wright offers the Mets more than mere statistics" might sound

  • Recalling Jim Johnson
    in FanGraphs by Eric Seidman - 7/28/2008 -  11
    to the minors and recalled 24-yr old pitcher Jim Johnson. Johnson, a starter in the minor leagues, had made two "audition" starts for the Orioles in 2006 and 2007, racking up the undesirable line of 5 IP

  • Philosophy and Jim Joyce
    in FanGraphs by Pat Andriola - 6/4/2010 -  109
    In looking at whether or not Commissioner Bud Selig should overturn Jim Joyce's call and award Armando Galarraga a perfect game, I want to take a philosophical approach. Unfortunately, most

  • A Jim Deshaies Soundboard
    in NotGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 5/7/2012 -  16
    I was surprised, at the completion our offseason crowdsourcing project, to find that FanGraphs readers had ranked Houston Astros broadcasters Bill Brown and Jim Deshaies fourth overall among

  • How High Should One Draft David Wright?
    in RotoGraphs by Brian Joura - 11/18/2008 -  2
    According to the RotoTimes Player Rater, David Wright is one of five hitters to be among the top 12 batters in both 2007 and 2008. Wright finished fourth in dollar value both seasons. The only

  • Jim Leyland on Chemistry
    in FanGraphs by R.J. Anderson - 6/18/2010 -  48
    Enter the name Jim Leyland into your mind’s version of Google, then hit search – or “I’m feeling lucky” if you’re feeling lucky. What comes to mind is probably a variety of descriptive terms. “Old

  • David Wright: Swinging Off — But Near — the Black
    in FanGraphs by Bill Petti - 11/1/2012 -  5
    David Wright experienced a resurgence of sorts in 2012. After four straight outstanding offense seasons, Wright's offensive production dipped significantly in 2009 — from a 141 wRC+ to 125. In 2011

  • Jim Thome Returns to Cleveland
    in FanGraphs by Paul Swydan - 8/26/2011 -  22
    In an Indians uniform, Jim Thome had a better on-base percentage than Manny Ramirez, a better OPS than Tris Speaker and more home runs than everyone by a country mile. And with Travis Hafner ailing

  • Jim Thome Returns to Philadelphia
    in FanGraphs by Eric Seidman - 11/5/2011 -  42
    The Phillies wasted little time in making its first move of the offseason, signing Jim Thome to a one-year deal worth $1.25 million. With just those details, and no specifics about his potential

  • No Love For Jim Johnson?
    in RotoGraphs by Howard Bender - 1/14/2014 -  16
    and there, but if they're healthy, they've always seemed to slide back into the job. So why, after 101 saves in the past two season....yes, that's right, 101...does Jim Johnson get no love? I did a mock draft

  • David Wright's Power Outage Part 2
    in FanGraphs by Dave Allen - 11/16/2009 -  21
    Earlier in the day, RJ took a look at David Wright's drop in power. Although a number of Mets lost power in 2009 (most likely as a result of the move to Citi Field), Wright saw the biggest decline

  • Jim Palmer, Near-Framer of the Constitution
    in NotGraphs by Dayn Perry - 2/26/2013 -  6
    It is an unassailable fact of the historical record that Jim Palmer was tasked with writing very specific passages of the Constitution. "But James," Gouverneur Morris cautioned him, "pen only

  • An Open Letter to Jim Tracy
    in RotoGraphs by Zach Sanders - 10/26/2010 -  17

  • Mets David Wright Not a Golden Goose (Pt. 1)
    in FanGraphs by Mike Newman - 11/7/2011 -  105
    As the hot stove league kicks into full gear, Mets third baseman David Wright has taken center stage as reports have the Anaheim Angels a potential trade partner. With centerfielder Peter Bourjos

  • Ike Davis Is the Punchline to a Steven Wright Joke
    in NotGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 4/30/2012 -  5
    Wright joke (originally from his album I Have a Pony, I think). Step Three: Laugh the laugh of a carefree -- and maybe slightly xenophobic -- but mostly a carefree child. Image of Ike Davis

  • David Wright Deal a Solid Bet for Mets
    in FanGraphs by Bill Petti - 11/30/2012 -  59
    Multiple sources are reporting that David Wright and the New York Mets have reached agreement on a contract extension that essentially makes the third baseman a Met for life. Initial reports have

  • FanGraphs Audio: Jim Deshaies, Impressively
    in FanGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 4/22/2013 -  4
    Episode 327 Jim Deshaies was a major-league pitcher for 12 years and Astros broadcaster for 16 more of them (i.e. more years). He's currently both (a) in his first season as a Cubs broadcaster

  • Jim Thome Homering Across Eras
    in NotGraphs by Jack Moore - 8/29/2011 -  9
    Jim Thome mashed his first tater since rejoining the Cleveland Indians last night. There's just something kind of special about seeing Thome back with the Indians, as he was one of the guys who has

  • BABIP Leaders: Wright, Freese, and Kemp Start Strong
    in FanGraphs by Bradley Woodrum - 4/19/2012 -  28
    five BABIPs in the league with FI wOBA regressed to career BABIP rates (or CaB-FIw for Career BABIP FI wOBA). David Wright: .536 BABIP, .503 wOBA, .424 CaB-FIw Even if/when Wright's BABIP comes

  • Mets David Wright Not a Golden Goose (Pt. 2)
    in FanGraphs by Mike Newman - 11/10/2011 -  81
    Monday's part one piece discussing the trade value of Mets third baseman David Wright using a rumored deal that he could head to Anaheim for Peter Bourjos-plus was met with mixed reactions as New

  • Jim Riggleman, As He Should Be Remembered
    in NotGraphs by Dayn Perry - 6/24/2011 -  1
    I break no news, only hearts, when I remind readers that it's been an eventful 24 hours for defrocked Nats skipper Jim Riggleman. First he witnessed a walk-off victory that was as taut as the tautest

  • David Wright Is Not Getting Much Help From Jobu
    in Community by dutchbrowncoat - 5/21/2010 -  9
    We are a quarter of the way through the 2010 season and David Wright has appeared to put the ghosts of 2009 behind him.  After hitting only 10 HR all of last year, he has already hit 8 this year

  • Mets Infield: David Wright and Some Upside
    in RotoGraphs by Karl de Vries - 2/13/2014 -  3
    – at prices that may be bargains come draft day. Third base The discussion, as usual, begins with David Wright, the face of the franchise and the team’s best position player. Although he’s no longer

  • Jim Tracy's Creative Bullpen Management
    in FanGraphs by Jack Moore - 5/3/2010 -  8
    Franklin Morales, the Rockies closer, was brought in to protect a four run lead on Sunday. Normally, this type of move would lead to criticism of Rockies' manager Jim Tracy for wasting Morales's

  • The Pressures of New York Will Lower David Wright’s BABIP
    in FanGraphs by R.J. Anderson - 6/24/2009 -  1
    David Wright has a batting average on balls in play of .467 through 300 plate appearances. That’s right, nearly half of the balls Wright puts into play are turning into hits. As such, Wright has

  • Jim Henderson Gives Axford the Ax
    in RotoGraphs by Mike Podhorzer - 1/16/2014 -  7
    3.1 innings, and gave up a whopping four home runs. It wasn't long before Axford was removed from the closer role and Jim Henderson replaced him. The funny thing is, the two aren't that different

  • Is Jim Leyland a Future Hall of Famer?
    in FanGraphs by Alex Remington - 10/17/2013 -  76
    Jim Leyland is an elder statesman of the game, usually recognized as one of the best managers in baseball, and his Tigers just won their third straight division title. The three best managers

  • Jim Henderson Suddenly an Option in Milwaukee?
    in RotoGraphs by Mike Petriello - 8/9/2012 -  5
    Francisco Rodriguez, still the record-holder for most saves in a season. It was 29-year-old Jim Henderson, a veteran of ten minor-league seasons (and former Expos draftee!) who’d been called up

  • Jim Kern's Four Incredible Seasons
    in FanGraphs by Paul Swydan - 1/25/2013 -  10
    , Jim Kern, might be a little less well known, but he had a significant impact nonetheless, albeit for a shorter period of time. Before we get to them though, let’s take a brief look at how reliever

  • Jim Leyland Did the Darndest Things
    in FanGraphs by Paul Swydan - 10/11/2011 -  24
    an option on where they batted him, and it didn’t need to be third. By the end of the night, it was one of many confusing decisions on the part of Tigers' manager Jim Leyland, who did not have his finest

  • Jim Leyland's Curious Choice of Relievers
    in FanGraphs by Paul Swydan - 5/31/2013 -  54
    of the game the Tigers walked off extra-inning losers, and it was basically all manager Jim Leyland’s fault. With the game in the balance, on the road, against a streaking Pirates team, Leyland

  • Who Should Replace Jim Leyland?
    in NotGraphs by David G. Temple - 10/21/2013 -  6
    We knew this day would come, fair NotGraphs readers. We knew that some day, Jim Leyland would no longer be the manager of the Detroit Tigers. The Gods of Baseball have spoken, and they have taken

  • Q&A: Jim Hickey on James Shields
    in FanGraphs by David Laurila - 9/26/2011 -  10
    James Shields has had a career year, and at least some of the credit goes to Jim Hickey. The Rays pitching coach has played a hands-on role in the right-hander’s success, which has been fueled

  • David Wright Contract Extension: Big Apple, 3 AM
    in NotGraphs by Jack Moore - 11/30/2012 -  3
    According to Ed Coleman of WFAN 660, the Mets have signed third baseman David Wright to a seven-year, $122 million contract extension, the biggest in franchise history. The contract makes Wright

  • Jim Leyland Is Only 67: America Reacts
    in NotGraphs by Matt Klaassen - 5/8/2012 -  12
    So today I realized/learned that Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland is 67 years old. Seriously? Just 67? Look at this guy: Stunned by my discovery, I did what any sane person would do: I

  • Jim Baumbach Is Covering Hell Out of Clemens Case
    in NotGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 4/16/2012 -  2
    baseman of his baseball team. In maybe -- although not definitely -- related news, Newsday reporter Jim Baumbach's Twitter coverage of this morning's jury selection for Roger Clemens' impending