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- Will Jensen Lewis Be A Closer?
That being said, the Indians are currently looking for a closer for 2009. They may very well obtain a reliever via trade or on the free agent market, but keep a close eye on home-grown Jensen Lewis.
- Farewell to Marcus Thames the Player
The Yankees take care of their own. Or something. Former Yankees, Rangers, Yankees (again), and Dodgers outfielder and designated hitter Marcus Thames has apparently retired, as the High-A Tampa
- Marcus Stroman Is Not Long For The Bullpen
Last weekend, the Blue Jays called up consensus top-100 prospect Marcus Stroman, adding him to their bullpen in a middle relief role. It would be silly to expect him to stay in the bullpen for long
- Who's Going to Pay Marcus Thames?
At this time last year, the future seemed uncertain for Marcus Thames. Although his OBP was above .300 for the first time in two years, he was hitting for less power than he had in his entire career
- NotGraphs Video Scouting: Marcus Semien, IF, Chicago AL
White Sox infield prospect Marcus Semien has been one of the minor leagues' most impressive hitters in July, recording walk and strikeout rates of 23.1% and 9.4%, respectively, and seven home
- Q&A: Marcus Stroman, a Blue Jay Starts Over
Marcus Stroman is back, and he’s back big -- at least to the degree a 5-foot-9 pitcher can be described as big. His first performance of the 2013 season certainly was. The 22-year-old Toronto Blue
- White Sox Call Ups: Marcus Semien and Erik Johnson
Marcus Semien has been promoted to the major leagues as a September call up, and he is one of the more interesting prospects I have been following this season. I own Semien
- Q&A: Marcus Semien, Chicago White Sox Infield Prospect
Coming into the 2013 season, Marcus Semien was a nothing-special prospect in a not-so-good Chicago White Sox system. Eight months later, the system isn’t markedly better, but the 23-year-old
- If Marcus Stroman Is A Reliever, Was He Worth Where He Was Drafted?
With the 22nd pick in the 2012 Rule 4 draft the Jays selected Duke University right-handed pitcher Marcus Stroman. Listed at only 5-foot-9 Stroman would be one of the shortest starting pitchers