- Graphic Grimsley
It's the latest baseball scandal -- Jason Grimsley took steroids, he took greenies, he took Human Growth Hormone. Once diligent steroid testing began (and after he tested positive for steroids
- The Emergence of Tyson Ross
good, but not great. Andrew Cashner has been good, but he's also been hurt.
Then there's Tyson Ross.
A few things about Ross: He's 6-foot-6, which is unusually tall for a baseball player
- Putting Ross Into Perspective
A couple of years ago, I wondered why David Ross was taking such small contracts to back up Brian McCann in Atlanta when he seemed to be good enough to start elsewhere. Whether it was a lack
- Cody Ross Heads to Beantown
Boston's right field just may have become a little more fantasy friendly as the club signed Cody Ross to a one year, $3M contract the other day. Initial plans are likely to platoon Ross and Ryan
- A's Promote Tyson Ross to the Pen
something similar this spring.
Tyson Ross is considered one of the Athletics’ best prospects. Baseball America recently ranked him as the sixth best prospect and our own Marc Hulet had him at fifth
- The Return of Cody Ross
With Cody Ross set to return to the San Francisco Giants lineup tonight, it's a toss up between Giants fans and Aubrey Huff as to who's more excited.
Upon learning that Ross was ready to make
- Cody Ross To Boston
After the magic that was the 2010 postseason, the Giants and their fans can be forgiven for disappointment in Cody Ross's 2011 performance. Ross only managed 14 home runs and a .405 slugging
- Cody Ross's Odd Feat
The title of this post should be taken quite literally. Cody Ross, a 5'9 outfielder of the Florida Marlins, may not intimidate opposing pitchers with his stature but he sure will with his bat. Over
- Cody Ross Heads West
On Saturday, Cody Ross signed with the Diamondbacks, creating a crowded outfield situation in Arizona. Given that they are paying him nearly $9 million per year, it suggests that a Jason Kubel
- Cody Ross, But Cheaper
have a mutinous relationship with their manager.
Plenty has gone wrong for the 2012 Red Sox, but one of the bright spots has been Cody Ross. The 31-year-old outfielder, who signed for just one year
- The Particular Upside of Robbie Ross
Toward the end of the day on Tuesday, the Boston Red Sox and Texas Rangers swapped Anthony Ranaudo and Robbie Ross. It doesn't immediately seem like a trade of much consequence: Ranaudo's a prospect
- Ross and Reimold: Waiver Wire
plays that are clearly not going to pan out. In that spirit, here are a pair of outfielders that should be available in all but the very deepest leagues.
Cody Ross (ESPN: 10 percent owned, Yahoo!: 11
- Ross Gload is the Saddest Man
For most of the season, 35-year-old Phillies journeyman bench bat Ross Gload has been nursing a bum hip which has severely limited his ability to play the game of baseball competently. He has walked
- Waiver Wire: Ross Detwiler
the edge; taking a shot on certain players can better educate a fantasy owner for next season as well -- when the player might be given a larger role. Ross Detwiler is the type of player that fits
- Ross Detwiler: Spot Starter
tremendous, while Jordan Zimmermann proved his early-career success wasn't a fluke. With Edwin Jackson, the Nationals foursome is a force to be reckoned with. Through it all, Ross Detwiler has remained
- Cody Ross in San Francisco: Nihilism?
the Giants acquisition of Cody Ross from the Marlins via waivers, an acquisition which might understandably lead some to begin speculating that former Nationals and Reds GM and legendary outfielderophile Jim
- David Ross: The New Gregg Zaun
candidate to take up his role: Atlanta's David Ross. Of course, barring unforeseen circumstances befalling Brian McCann, it makes sense that Ross isn't going to be a starter in for the Braves any
- Free Agent Bargain: Dave Ross
As we move behind the plate for today's free agent bargain, we take a look at a guy with one of the most inconsistent track records of any player in baseball - Dave Ross. Take a look at his seasonal
- Tyson Ross: The New Andrew Cashner
for the first couple of weeks of the season. Who took the rotation spot I expected Cashner to fill? Tyson Ross. Meet your early Pod's Favorite Sleeper Pitcher.
Prior to 2013, Ross possessed an average
- Two Pitches are Enough for Tyson Ross
delivered. The 2014 version (before Carlos Carrasco took over as my favorite sleeper) turned out to be Cashner's rotation mate, Tyson Ross. And boy did he make his fantasy owners happy by posting
- Rangers' Robbie Ross Vying for Bullpen Role
As spring training winds down, the Texas Rangers bullpen is still in flux. In particular, Robbie Ross is chasing a left-handed reliever role that current Toronto Blue Jay — and one of the game's
- Hip Hop Discovery: Mo Vaughn and Rick Ross
Streetwise NotGraphs reader Paul brought the above to our attention, and, well, we're all better for it.
Is that Mo Vaughn on the left? And Rick Ross on the right? That's for you to decide
- Bob Ross: NotGraphs Name Match (#1)
Who is he?
Major player in the PBS golden years and landscape painter extraordinaire? Freunde to all who would have him via the tele-waves? Creator of happy little trees, happy
- Ross Signing Causes Another Outfield Logjam
these expectations over the weekend by signing Cody Ross to a three-year, $26 million contract. The move instantly put Kubel and Parra back on the trading block as there is simply no way the Diamondbacks
- AL SP Update: Tyson Ross' Prospects
With Dallas Braden scheduled to undergo shoulder surgery next Monday and expected to miss the rest of the season, Tyson Ross' spot in the Oakland Athletics' rotation just became a little more secure
- Could Tyson Ross Help For the Stretch Run?
Although he started the season in the Padres' starting rotation, Tyson Ross wasn't anyone fantasy owners should have had on their radar coming into the season. He posted a 6.50 ERA and 4.80 FIP
- WPA #4: When Ross Meets Cordero
of the heavy hitters, definitely known more for his power than anything else, is Cody Ross, the protagonist of the fourth biggest play of the season. Take a look at the game graph below, and compare it to our
- For Your Brief Amusement: Ross Wolf's Changeup
-- which course of action is likely to end only in even greater embarrassment -- consider regarding the brief victories of other, more able-bodied and -minded humans. Like this changeup by Ross Wolf
- Spring Training Stock Watch: Ross and Ramirez
in on the Rangers rotation, Robbie Ross didn't garner a mention, a misdeed that Rangers fans rightly pointed out. He should have been mentioned, both because the Texas rotation was so unsettled
- Padres Trade Hanigan for Middlebrooks, Sign Ross
, the price was right to take the gamble, as Hanigan is a good defender who was displaced by last night's acquisition of Derek Norris, and the team just signed David Ross to take over as the defensive
- New Rotation Faces: Fernandez, Corbin & Ross
who should be a bit above replacement level in those shallow leagues with upside due to his age and minor league record.
Tyson Ross | SD
The last several days could not have gone any worse
- Daily Notes, With No Little Attention to Ross Detwiler
asked aloud regarding Ross Detwiler -- who starts tonight for Washington -- is, "What've you done with Ross Detwiler, Ross Detwiler?"
Regarding Why the Reader Might've Asked That
For comic effect
- Back-End Bucco Starter: Ross Ohlendorf
rotation last July in the Nady/Marte swap: Ross Ohlendorf, Jeff Karstens and Daniel McCutchen. Let's meet the trio, starting with Ohlendorf.
For a 2004 fourth-round pick with 69 big league frames
- Mash That 'Stache
it forlornly strives? Why, we ask, must a masterwork like Ross Grimsley's be stuck straining Ross Grimsley's soup?
There is a way. Before you lies an Olympus of great mustaches, and the mortal, frail, broken
- Ross Ohlendorf: Did Advanced Stats Help?
In the wake of Ross Ohlendorf’s arbitration win, it would be easy to claim that this was a win for advanced stats. That may not be the case, however. Yes, Ohlendorf recorded only one win last season
- David Ross, Jason Pridie, Greg Dobbs: Deep League Waiver Wire
In today's edition of the Deep League Waiver Wire, we look at three options that may not be great, but who are worth your time in the short-term.
David Ross | 1% Owned (Y!) | 0% Owned (ESPN
- Disabled List: Cody Ross, Jair Jurrjens, Chris Snyder
Cody Ross (calf) – 4.1% owned (ESPN) – Currently, it looks like Ross is not going to be back in the lineup for 2 more weeks. He seems to be recovering fine, but the real story here is who
- Robbie Erlin, Robbie Ross: Not Just Deep League Waiver Wire
an impact. And someone else could go down in the meantime.
SP Robbie Ross, Texas Rangers
Ownership: ESPN 2.8% | Yahoo! 5% | CBS 27%
Ross, 24, might not be an obvious candidate for your fantasy
- Mike Fontenot and Cody Ross: Waiver Wire for May 11th
position eligibility, can fill in your roster blanks very nicely on a daily basis.
Cody Ross |OF| Ownership: ESPN - 3.2% Yahoo - 5%
Last season's Bay Area fan favorite and NLCS MVP missed