- The Return of Pat the Bat
In the 2008-2009 off-season Pat Burrell was in an excellent situation. After nine seasons in Philadelphia he had finally won a World Series. He had endured plenty of criticism while playing
- Pat Burrell Rides the Pine
"Pat the Bat Goes Splat" was the alternative headline, but with widespread rumors that he is, in fact, Brian Wilson's neighbor, "The Machine", I thought it best to keep it simple and spare the little
- Still Appreciating Pat Burrell
In my inaugural post here at Fangraphs, back on April 14th (seems like forever ago), I wrote about Phillies leftfielder Pat Burrell and how he had been extremely consistent in his productivity over
- The Lesson of Pat Burrell
It felt like it had been coming forever, but it wasn't until Saturday that the Tampa Bay Rays finally designated Pat Burrell for assignment. Signed from the the Rays' 2008 World Series opponent
- Valuing Pat Burrell
Pat Burrell is playing the role of "The Forgotten" thus far this off-season. The Phillies have all ready replaced Burell, an awful defender, with another awful fielder in Raul Ibanez. That would seem
- Short Poem with a Line by Pat Listach
Here's a poem with a line by Pat Listach -- the line itself from an inspirational bookmark (embedded to the left and embiggenable).
Short Poem with a Line by Pat Listach
Easy payday loan? More
- This Isn’t Barry’s Lineup Anymore
of the way, although that may be a conservative estimate given his season thus far. Another new guy has been Pat Burrell, who apparently just needed to come back to the good ol' National League. Since
- Was Pat Burrell a Bust?
Yesterday, Pat "The Bat" Burrell retired, seeing his playing days end due to a combination of chronic foot problems and a lessening need for a bat-only player who flopped in his one audition as a DH
- Nelson Figueroa Is Still Good
Spring Training (and have gone on to watch Fernando Nieve and Pat Misch start games in 2010, let alone Oliver Perez do it seven times) where he was quickly snagged up by the Phillies.
- Appreciating Pat Burrell
with Dave Cameron around the comment threads.
For my inaugural post I am going to take a look at Phillies leftfielder Pat Burrell - a guy that somehow has the ability to garner the monikers of both
- Q&A: Pat Hentgen
Pat Hentgen had a lot of success against American League hitters in the 1990s, but he couldn’t solve Cecil. The Blue Jays right-hander had 19- and 20-win seasons, earned three All-Star berths
- Ryan Howard's Odd Decline
We want to welcome a new writer to the fold today - Pat Andriola has joined the team, and will be contributing daily in this slot.
Ryan Howard certainly has not produced as Phillies fans would
- Where Is Robert Manuel?
, and instead be anxious to give Theo a nice pat on the back for this one. He deserves it.
I'm starting to take my hand off of Theo's back pretty quickly. Manuel, a 26-year-old, 6'3" right-hander who
- The 2004 Phillies and Fly Balls
- Florida Standing Pat
- Andres Torres: Where Did He Come From?
- Philosophy and Jim Joyce
- Can Ryan Howard Hit Lefties?
- Assessing Conor Jackson
- The Marlins Find Talent
- Better in the Bigs
- Should the Mets Trade for a Starting Pitcher?
- Those Surprising Jays Sluggers
- Looking Back at Some Pre-2009 Trades
- For the Love of Rod...
- Pedro and the Phils
- 2008 Trade Deadline Deals
- Another Look at Price's Curve
- Jason Bay's Swing
- Who You Face Matters
- Making Sense of the Fourth Outfielder Fallacy
- The Older Guys
- Counterpoint: Why Branyan, Why Now?
- Joey Votto: The Most Underrated Player in Baseball?
- Three Rookies Under the Radar
- Jamie Moyer Is Not Pitching Well
- Montero May Be the Better Value
- Sell-High Candidates
- Looking at Greinke's Fastball
- He Looks Like a Ballplayer
- Foul Pelfrey
- Is Billy Wagner a Hall of Famer?
- Teams Should Be Allowed to Trade Draft Picks
- A Closer Look at Gregerson's Slider
- Juan Uribe Bounces Back
- Cristian Guzman to the Rangers
- Ted Lilly and Ryan Theriot to the Dodgers
- Dotel to the Dodgers
- Adam Dunn: What Now?
- Why Not Understanding Marginal Utility Is a Circular Problem
- Cole's Cutter
- Jim Edmonds for Chris Dickerson
- Derrek Lee’s Down Year
- Getting Ahead
- Derrek Lee to the Braves
- Biggest WAR Fallers from 2009
- Biggest WAR Risers From 2009
- Some More Risers and Fallers
- The Old Guy Discount
- The Roy Oswalt Decision
- Pat Venditte Has a ZiPS Forecast!
Above you see Yankee both-hander Pat Venditte. Yes, Mr. Venditte is a switch-pitcher, which is beautiful and angelic on a number of levels. As someone whose left arm is barely prehensile
- Can Pat White Play Baseball?
The Kansas City Royals last week flashed back to the past by signing NFL quarterback Pat White in a move that conjures up memories of the old Kansas City Royals Baseball Academy which I wrote about
- Checking In On Baseball Oddity Pat Venditte
In case you're not familiar, Pat Venditte is a pitcher in the New York Yankees minor league system who has made some waves for his remakarkable talent: he's a switch pitcher. Venditte pitches
- Pat Neshek Kind of Needs Your Help
to keep three of anything is treated as neglecting some deep-seated psychological issue, and the more useless the object, the deeper the person’s shame.
Pat Neshek, as is so often his wont, ignores
- Pat Burrell and Hank Conger: Waiver Wire
early in the season and there's a chance to grab some power before other owners realize what's out there. Pat Burrell and Hank Conger are two players that should help you out in the power department
- Prospects Tyler Moore, Pat Corbin Receive the Call
The demotion of Josh Collmenter from the starting rotation to the bullpen in Arizona is not a surprise. However, the prospect tapped with replacing him in the rotation may be. Southpaw rookie Pat
- Q&A: Pat Tabler on the 1980s Cleveland Indians
From 1983-1988, Pat Tabler was a good hitter on some not-so-good Cleveland Indians teams. Bouncing between the outfield and the infield corners, he hit .294/.356/.408. Overall, “Tabby” was a career
- GIFs: Some Carlos Rodon Sliders from, Like, 20 Minutes Ago
State DH Dillon Dobson:
And another one of those exact same things, to strike Dobson out:
This is to first baseman Alex Leach:
And this is Rodon's first pitch to freshman center