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- A Closer Look at Tommy Joseph
The Phillies called up Tommy Joseph exactly a week ago, which means I am technically a week late in getting this to fantasy owners looking for some depth at first base. I blame the timing
- Checking in on Youngsters: McCullers, Taillon and Joseph
with shallow benches, but gamers in need of pitching help in 12-team mixed leagues with bigger benches or larger leagues should scoop him up before June.
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- Caleb Joseph Could Be 2016’s Francisco Cervelli
them to move on in part because of the less-expensive in-house option, Caleb Joseph.
Joseph does not fit the mold of a prospect who would inherit the job of a departing veteran. In fact, he is less
- A Surplus of Middle Infielders for the Rangers...Again!
- Real Art, Probably: The Wounded Deer by Corban Joseph
El Venado Herido -- or, in English, The Wounded Deer -- is an instant masterpiece by Joseph. The image is of Joseph's head placed on top of a stag, which is pierced with arrows. The arrows
- Sexy R&B Interlude for Corban Joseph's Plate Discipline
single addressed predominantly to Yankees prospect Corban Joseph's plate discipline. While Joseph himself was demoted to Triple-A earlier this week, he recorded seven major-league plate appearances
- Two Powerful Catching Prospects: Joseph & Lavarnway
I had seen both Tommy Joseph and Ryan Lavarnway before, but when I saw them play against each other on Tuesday the similarities between the two catching prospects were striking. Both are big, bat