- Michael Cuddyer, Second Baseman
for granting Michael Cuddyer the opportunity to be his everyday second baseman for the next month or so whileTsuyoshi Nishioka recovers from injury is so that Gardenhire can get both Jason Kubel
- The Versatile Michael Cuddyer
, it was not meant to be.
With their third basemen putting up just a .271 wOBA this season, the Twins have started Michael Cuddyer at the hot corner fives times in the last week or so (six counting today
- Risers at Third Base: Michael Cuddyer, Mark Reynolds, Scott Sizemore
a stab at what these gentlemen may produce from here on out, leaving that to the rest-of-the-season-machines, but I wanted to shed light on a few emerging developments over at the five.
- The Rockies Should Trade Michael Cuddyer
Michael Cuddyer will remain a member of the Colorado Rockies. Even though the team has allegedly received numerous calls about the veteran outfielder, Rockies GM Dan O'Dowd has insisted that Cuddyer
- Michael Cuddyer Moves A Mile Higher
The strange square dance of Josh Willingham, Michael Cuddyer, the Twins, and the Rockies seems finally to have ended, and everyone -- for the time being anyway -- is happy with their new partner
- Three to Hold: Michael Cuddyer, Josh Willingham, Jake Peavy
players to hold onto after solid starts. Here are three I would keep, at least for now, as their value continues to rise.
Cuddyer is a solid offensive contributor, and his 2B
- Twins Better Off Without Cuddyer
It wasn't dire for the Minnesota Twins to re-sign Michael Cuddyer. Instead of bringing back the former first round pick, the Twins have reportedly agreed to a deal with Josh Willingham. Terry Ryan
- Twins Pick Up Cuddyer's Option
Over the weekend, the Minnesota Twins picked up their 10.5 million dollar option on RF Michael Cuddyer to keep him through 2010. Cuddyer has been a member of all five of the Twins playoff teams from
- From Romance to Marriage: Cuddyer to Colorado
Amid all the joy around the news that Michael Cuddyer and the Rockies have (reportedly) finally consummated their off-season romance with a three-year contract worth $31.5 million, there is also
- Reynolds, Gordon, Cuddyer: 2012 Multi-positional Players
steal ability would be a welcome addition to a usually sluggish position.
Michael Cuddyer (3B, 2B, 1B, OF)
He’s one of only a few players with eligibility at four positions. The Twins have suffered
- Early Ruminations on Third Base
There were some vultures overhead as Valencia was looking pretty lost at the plate early on. With Ron Gardenhire trying to find space for Denard Span, Michael Cuddyer, Delmon Young, and Jason Kubel
- 2011 Player Rankings: Third Basemen
'the rest' but I don't think you want any of them as your starting 3b. We'll take a look at deep sleepers later, which will include many of these names. Also note that Michael Cuddyer and Neil Walker
- Updated Third Base Rankings
in the rankings by now, but no such luck, so they remain static and we'll see what another month does for their stock.
- 2011 Third Base Rankings: June
as they recover from injury or try to pull themselves together.
- Michael Young and Benjamin Franklin
In May, Michael Young was the #9 consensus ranked third baseman. In June, he hit .257/.306/.327 with zero home runs and zero stolen bases, which was really only slightly worse than the .280/.306/.372
- Michael Pineda in Pinstripes
So Michael Pineda has parlayed his All-Star performance in Seattle into a gig in the Big Apple due to the overwhelming needs of Seattle's offense. Many are thinking Pineda slots in right behind C.C.
- Michael Saunders Makes Good
when it comes to Michael Saunders. After three failed experiments at the Major League level, Saunders, 26, finally showed some of the promise the club hoped for as early as 2007.
Over 553 plate
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