- Scott Strandberg's Bold Predictions For 2014
- Scott Strandberg's Bold Predictions for 2015
- Scott’s Miscellany – Reliever Rest
- Scott’s Miscellany – Chris Bassitt’s Differential
with at least 500 pitches thrown in both 2014 and 2015.
Differential Increase (mph)
- Scott’s Miscellany – Quality of Pitchers Faced
Kershaw is way out by his lonesome but is eventually followed by Corey Kluber, Jake Arrieta
- Scott’s Miscellany – League-Neutral FIP
Penalized Pitchers, 2015
- Scott’s Miscellany – Players Approaching Career Highs
. As Scott Strandberg noted, Forsythe looks entrenched as the team’s everyday second baseman despite Nick Franklin’s health, which makes him a solid middle infield option in standard formats.
- Scott’s Miscellany – Home Run Calls and Puts
has 57 home runs at home versus 42 on the road, but any potential power loss for him will be mitigated by his contributions in the other categories.
Scott Kazmir – Kazmir has been a perfect fit
- Scott Spratt’s 10 Bold Predictions for 2014
a perennial MVP candidate.
2. Scott Kazmir will finish in the top five in ERA among qualified AL starters.
I’m not sure if this qualifies as a trend with a two-year sabbatical
- Scott Strandberg's Ten Bold Predictions for 2016
Maeda is an unknown quantity, and even though I rarely put much stock into spring performance, so far Scott Kazmir looks about as imposing as a proud uncle serving up Wiffleballs right down the middle
- Reviewing Scott Strandberg's 2014 Bold Predictions
- Scott Spratt’s 10 Bold Predictions for 2015
- Scott’s Miscellany – Fast Fastball and RISP Leaderboards
- Scott’s Miscellany – Stolen Base Opportunities
- Scott’s Miscellany – Shift Candidates by Oppo%
- Scott’s Miscellany – Enrique Burgos Speculation
- Scott’s Miscellany – The Start After a No-Hitter
- Mid-Season Review of Scott Strandberg's Bold Predictions
- Scott’s Miscellany – The Other Best Rotation in Baseball
- Scott’s Miscellany – Nolan Arenado Is In Good Company
- Scott’s Miscellany – More on High-Stress Pitches
- Reviewing Scott Strandberg's 2015 Bold Predictions
- Scott Spratt’s 10 Bold Predictions for 2016
- Reviewing Scott Strandberg's 2016 Bold Predictions
- Reviewing Scott Spratt’s 10 Bold Predictions for 2014
free agency hits in 2016. 0/1
2. Scott Kazmir will finish in the top five in ERA among qualified AL starters.
Kazmir ended up with the 21st best ERA in the AL, but this looked
- Scott’s Miscellany – Early Defensive Numbers and their Fantasy Implications
- Scott’s Miscellany – DL and Call-Up Player Pace Comparisons
- Scott’s Miscellany – Julio Teheran May Have Found It Again
- Scott’s Miscellany – Matt Harvey and High-Stress Pitches
- Reviewing Scott Spratt’s 10 Bold Predictions for 2015
- Reviewing Scott Spratt’s 10 Bold Predictions for 2016
- Scott’s Miscellany – How Much Better Would Wade Miley Be with Hanley at First?
- Scott Rolen
Roy Halladay is the hottest name on the trade market; making Toronto the center of the trade universe is the addition of Scott Rolen. The Jays have made Rolen available with a season and a half left
- Field of Streams: Episode 209 - Riding the Whale
Episode 209 - Riding the Whale
The latest episode of “Field of Streams” is live!
In this episode, Matthew Dewoskin and guest host Scott Strandberg discuss their mutual (and thankfully
- The Elusive Clutch Hitter
my sample, sample size and methods.
This next chart summarizes the data shown above:
From Scott Lindholm Stats
As stated above, I was looking for those players who managed
- Deep League Outfield Platoon Bats
of their relatively fewer at-bats, but deep league owners should consider Ruf when he gets the nod against a lefty starter.
Scott Van Slyke and Comp, 2013-2015HitterABAVGOBPSLGOPSScott Van Slyke vs
- Give Joe Ross a Chance
The Nationals have been attached to rumors for a variety of the top free agent starters this offseason, most recently with both Mike Leake and Scott Kazmir. Perhaps those rumors come from a genuine
- Someone Will Get Saves for the White Sox
The team has declared that the closer job will have to be won in Spring Training. Some of the competition will come from a trio of free agent acquisitions. Scott Downs has reached nine saves twice
- Divorcing Wins From Starter Production
- Last-Ditch Streaming Power Pickups
IP this year) or a struggling and injured Scott Kazmir (.353 wOBA since the break), depending on Kazmir's intercostal issues. Then, a weekend series at Arizona presents a positive run environment
- Luke Scott and His Secret
Apparently, struggling Baltimore Orioles OF/DH Luke Scott is running out of ideas on how to break out of his slump. Here's one: just wait. I know, that's really helpful. Seriously, Scott and his
- Roenis Elias: Seattle's Latest Youth Movement Gamble
and Taijuan Walker on the shelf to open the season, and veteran reclamation project Scott Baker pitching so poorly in March that the Mariners released him, the left-handed Elias finds himself making
- September Call-Ups and the Pitchers Who Love Them
and .435 on-base percentage. Potentially more beneficial for Haren, Pederson is none of Matt Kemp, Andre Ethier, Yasiel Puig, or Scott Van Slyke. Those four players have combined to cost the Dodgers
- The Rockies Infield - The DJ LeMahieu Show!
shortstop in fantasy. Personally, I just don’t feel that comfortable mortgaging my season on Tulo’s health.
(For those of you who prefer your fantasy baseball predictions in Scott Steiner math, Tulo’s
- Astros’ Playing Time Battles: Pitchers
over the last two seasons are comparable to pitchers like Tyson Ross and Cole Hamels.
Scott Feldman is more or less Doug Fister with less risk and less upside. His career 47.2 percent groundball
- Realized Platoon Rates
Murphy4365.1%Clint Barmes5164.7%Mike Aviles7964.6%Josh Phegley6264.5%A.J. Ellis5563.6%Chris Young7761.0%Tim Beckham5160.8%Scott Van Slyke5360.4%Jonny Gomes5558.2%Nolan Reimold4557.8%Wilin Rosario5455.6%Darin
- Which Starters Would Be Good Relievers?
if you stretch this back to earlier seasons—Matt Belisle was fifth in 2009, Matt Albers was 16th in 2007, and Dustin Hermanson, Scott Downs, and Derek Lowe were second, third, and 11th in 2005
- Luke Scott as a Utility Option
As a player owed in just 2% of Yahoo! leagues, Luke Scott can be an attractive option for teams in need of power from the utility or first base spot. His availability depends on the league, I own him
- Dodgers Playing Time Battles: Pitchers
to have even one true ace, not to mention two of them. Still, instead of standing pat, the club reloaded, adding Scott Kazmir and Kenta Maeda to bolster the rotation. After four disastrous seasons
- Yasmani Grandal Rounds into Form
of the plate. Too bad, that's a homer:
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"But Scott, you said that he hits sliders for homers now too, and we haven't seen any of those!" My goodness, y'all can be needy
- FanGraphs Staff Two Ottoneu Draft – Market Analysis
Michael Brantley and Jake Arrieta who were bid up are not considered values by this analysis.
Owner: Scott Spratt
Total Surplus: $101.6
Best Keeper: Hyun
- 2015 Second Base Tier Rankings: July
on the song “Higher” by playing the same six-note guitar riff 51,204 times in the song’s five-minute runtime. You know the one.
Remember the time Scott Stapp picked a fight with the entire band
- A Way-Too-Early 2016 MLB Mock Draft
offseason trades, acquiring players such as Scott Schebler, Jose Peraza, Rookie Davis, Caleb Cotham, and Eric Jagielo. They also have a history of taking college players in the first round such as Drew
- Daily Graphing - Scott Eyre
Scott Eyre did something incredible today. He received one 10th place MVP vote to become the first relief pitcher to receive a vote without recording a single save. Please feel free to use this gem
- Aaron Hicks: A Lost Cause?
- Coors Field Won't Scare Jonathan Gray
- Andrew Heaney Ready For Prime Time
- Justin Masterson with a Little Help from His Friends
- Pump the Brakes on Nick Castellanos
- George Springer: Worthy of Your Mixed-League Love
- The Rise And Fall (And Rise?) Of Jonathan Singleton
- David Robertson’s Success(ion)
- Kolten Wong: Quietly Fantasy-Relevant
- Eddie Butler And Colorado's Volatile Rotation
- Matt Wisler's Stock Rises As Padres Pitchers Fall
- Travis d'Arnaud And Overreacting To Small Samples
- An Attempt To Solve The Mystery Of Marcell Ozuna
- The Rays Bullpen May Be the Best in Baseball
- The Sneaky Fantasy Value Of Abraham Almonte
- Don't Ground The Flyin' Hawaiian Just Yet
- The Spring Resurgence Of Michael Pineda
- This Is Why We Can't Have Elite Things - Thoughts From An Expert Auction
- Getting the Most Out of Your Spreadsheets
- Josh Rutledge Acolytes
- Buy Low on Corey Kluber
- Has Taylor Jungmann Righted The Ship?
- Jesus Aguilar: Crushing In Columbus
- Brewers Outfielders are Chasing Pavements
- Jimmy Nelson And The Art Of Being Almost Ready
- Surprises from the Last Calendar Year
- Marcus Stroman Is Not Long For The Bullpen
- Nick Castellanos is Channeling Chris Johnson
- Micah Johnson, Gordon Beckham And Chicago's Crowded Keystone
- We Should Probably Talk About Rickie Weeks
- The Resurgent Jon Singleton
- Might It Get Worse For Wil Myers?
- The Art Of Being Almost Ready, Vol. II - Domingo Santana Ed.
- 2014 Second Base Tier Rankings: June
- Trevor May: Fastball Command Key To Early-Season Success, Long-Term Potential
- The Boys of Summer
- The Art Of Being Almost Ready, Vol. III - Stephen Piscotty Edition
- Luis Valbuena Is Suddenly A Line-Drive Machine
- Steven Okert: Lightly Heralded Lefty Dissecting Cal League
- Stick A Fork In Ben Zobrist
- David Price’s ERA Hangs in the Balance
- Mikie Mahtook: Forgotten First-Rounder Looking Major-League Ready
- 2014 Second Base Tier Rankings: July
- The New Relievers on the Block
- How Far Can Nick Tropeano's Changeup Take Him?
- Jacob deGrom is a Strikeout Artist on Select Canvases
- The Art Of Being Almost Ready, Vol. IV - Kris Bryant Edition
- Kolten Wong's Roller-Coaster First Half
- Hisashi Iwakuma’s Loud Play
- The Immediately Fantasy-Relevant Arismendy Alcantara
- Javier Baez: Late-Season Fantasy Savior?
- What Happened To Brian Dozier?
- Kevin Kiermaier is Jake Odorizzi’s Best Friend
- Kennys Vargas Gets His Opportunity
- 2014 Second Base Tier Rankings: August
- Three Hot Outfielders You Might Have Given Up On
- Get To Know Preston Tucker
- Do We All Still Underrate Daniel Murphy?
- The Problem with Kevin Gausman
- Jorge Soler And The Cubs' Embarrassment Of Riches
- The Waning Production of Ian Kinsler
- Carl Crawford Still Has Some Wheels
- Rest-of-Season Showdown - Dustin Pedroia vs Martin Prado
- Joc Pederson's MVP Season
- Don’t Sweat the Strikeouts
- Late-Season Middle Infield Help: Panik, Mercer, Flores
- Will Michael Wacha Pitch Enough to Matter?
- The Lost Season of Jason Kipnis
- Martin Prado Makes a Brand New Start of it in Old New York
- The Nationals Just Became the Syracuse Chiefs
- Starting Pitcher Streamers for Saturday 9/27 and Sunday 9/28
- Breaking Out is Hard to Do
- Wilin Rosario's Deeply Troubling Splits
- 2015 Sleeper Alert: John Jaso
- Anthony Rizzo, Who Now Hits Lefties
- Country Breakfast Reverts to Crusty Croissant (No Butter, Either)
- Joey Votto, Brandon Belt, and the Importance of the Opposite Field
- Anatomy of an Adjustment: Brian Dozier
- Kolten Wong Has Streaky Season, As Rookies Often Do
- Third Basemen of Past and Future
- Nolan Arenado Defies the Easy Narrative
- Making the Case for Ian Desmond as Fantasy's Top Shortstop
- The Surprisingly Mixed-League Relevant Jordy Mercer
- Why I Will Own George Springer In Every League Next Year
- Marcell Ozuna: Top-30 Fantasy Outfielder
- Jorge Soler is the Safest Cubs Prospect
- Jay Bruce Bottoms Out
- A.J. Burnett Turns the Clock Back to When He Sucked
- Mike Fiers to the Max
- Dallas Keuchel Somehow Became Relevant
- Alex Wood Is for Real
- Alfredo Simon Will Be Better than You Think
- Three Things the Red Sox Will Do For Rick Porcello
- Mock Battle: George Springer vs. Matt Kemp
- The Tampa Outfield: Another Youth Movement
- The Minnesota Infield: Brian Dozier and a Bunch of Question Marks
- The Toronto Infield: Some Elite Some Upside
- The Yankees Rotation: Whose Arm Will Explode First?
- The Yankees Infield: Big Names, Not Much Game
- The Brewers Bullpen: Can Broxton Return to Glory
- The Pirates Rotation – Absent Russell Martin
- The Houston Infield - More than Just Altuve
- The Soler-Powered Cubs Outfield
- The Padres Infield: The Unit the Padres Trade Machine Forgot
- Curb Your Enthusiasm Regarding the Kansas City Infield
- 2015 Second Base Tier Rankings: April
- An Ode to the Lightly Owned Super-Utility Player
- Early-Season Risers: Second Base
- Rougned Odor's Slow Start Should Not Surprise You
- 2015 Second Base Tier Rankings: May
- Baltimore's Second-Base Shenanigans Creating Unexpected Fantasy Options
- Stop Ignoring Cory Spangenberg
- Is Robinson Cano Still a Viable Fantasy Option?
- 2015 Second Base Tier Rankings: June
- Buying Logan Forsythe
- Fantasy Stash Candidate: Rob Refsnyder
- What to Make of Rougned Odor Rest-of-Season?
- Rest-of-Season Showdown - Ian Kinsler vs. Neil Walker
- This Year's Most Ridiculous Reno Aces Statistical Inflations
- The Universally Available Derek Dietrich
- Here's Some More Guys Who Can Help You Win
- How Do We Assess Anthony Rendon's Future Value?
- But Wait, There's More!...Guys Who Can Help You Win
- Explaining Eduardo Escobar
- Is Nick Hundley Sustainable?
- Caleb Joseph Could Be 2016’s Francisco Cervelli
- The Underappreciated Adam Lind
- Justin Turner, The Forgotten Dodgers Star
- The Sustainable J.D. Martinez
- Can Defense Save Samardzija?
- The Pitcher vs. The Thrower: A Garrett Richards Tale
- Reds’ Playing Time Battles: Pitchers
- Astros Playing Time Battles: Hitters
- Diamondbacks Playing Time Battles: Hitters
- The Case For Doug Fister
- Orioles Playing Time Battles: Pitchers
- Platoon Hitter Projections
- 2016 Second Base Tier Rankings: Preseason Edition
- Early Fast Fastball Leaders
- Buying and Selling Hot Starts at Second Base
- Pitchers Who Leave Colorado
- Pitch Type Killers
- Buying and Selling Cold Starts at Second Base
- Knuckleball Hangovers
- 2016 Second Base Tier Rankings - May Edition
- Matt Harvey and Men on Base
- Declining Differentials, Or Why There May Still Be Hope For King Felix
- The Constantly Evolving Jimmy Nelson
- Stolen Base Opportunities
- Four Deep-League Middle Infield Options
- The Positional Scarcity Sea Change
- 2016 Second Base Tier Rankings - June Edition
- A Clayton Kershaw Thought Experiment
- Whit Merrifield Sends Omar Infante Packing
- Trevor Bauer and Critical Strikes
- 2016 Second Base Tier Rankings - July Edition
- Quality of Pitchers Faced
- Steven Matz Is Different But Still Effective
- Jose Altuve: Fantasy Baseball's Most Valuable Hitter
- Hanging Pitches
- Second Base Waiver Watch: Schimpfly Magnificent
- Steven Wright Should Float On Ok
- 2016 Second Base Tier Rankings - August Edition
- Baseball's Most Prolific Base-Stealer Is on Your Waiver Wire
- Mookie Betts and RBI Rates
- Brian Dozier's Incredible Turnaround
- Jackie Bradley and Batting Order
- Three Fantasy Utility Knives for the Stretch Run
- Seven Theories for the Home Run Surge Tested
- Jimmy Nelson Climbs Mountain, Immediately Falls Off Cliff
- The Good and Bad of Sandy Leon
- Nolan Arenado Is a Homebody
- Odubel Herrera Isn’t Joey Votto, But That’s Ok
- The Elusive Clutch Hitter--Part II
- What If Baseball Playoffs Were Determined By Division Record?
- #KillTheWin, Postseason Style
- The Bill James Hall of Fame--Pitchers
- Indians Are Legit Contenders in 2016
- Pittsburgh's Next Reclamation Project
- The Pirates' Inability to Move Runners
- Welcome to The Trop, Luke Scott
One of the most intriguing potential buy-low signings available in this year's Bargain Bin is Luke Scott. After hitting 27 homeruns in 2010 and posting a .387 wOBA, Scott suffered through a number
- Luke Scott: Living on the Outside
In January, the Tampa Bay Rays signed 33-year-old Luke Scott to a one-year, $5M contract (plus a club option for 2013) to serve as the team's primary designated hitter.
He struggled last season
- The Evolution of Scott Feldman
What if I told you that Scott Feldman has had the most effective cut fastball in all of baseball this year -- more so than Mariano Rivera and Roy Halladay's, would you believe me? At least according
- Scott Feldman's Fairy Tale
be their ace, and so an ace he became. Or did he?
Scott Feldman is off to a remarkable start. He's pitched 20.2 innings in three starts, and allowed a grand total of 1 run, and only 7 hits. Of the 7 hits, 6
- The Unthinkably Exceptional Scott Kazmir
Wouldn't you know it, but Scott Kazmir is relevant again. Jeremy Bonderman is relevant again, too, and that's also amazing, but Kazmir's actually got himself a big-league rotation job and that gives
- Welcome Back, Scott Kazmir
Scott Kazmir's return to Major League Baseball has been pretty well documented at this point. After bottoming out by pitching in independent ball, Kazmir's velocity started to pick back up
- The New Stage of Scott Kazmir
to mostly shut down for a short while. But we're supposed to write anyway, so I got to thinking and I decided to try to write something about Scott Kazmir. The only question was, what about him? What
- Is Scott Rolen a Hall of Famer?
my Hall of Fame case for a great in our generation whose contributions have been highly underrated: Scott Rolen.
A lot of words come to mind when discussing Rolen: grinder, a "veteran presence
- The Demise of Scott Kazmir
When Scott Kazmir said that the Tampa Bay Rays had a realistic shot at the playoffs in 2008, the media still found it hard not to laugh. Even so, Kazmir seemed among the best players to deliver
- Scott Boras's Tall Tale
is his weight, but this past week super-agent Scott Boras brought up a new component of Fielder’s body-type;
“Everyone talks to me about Prince’s body, but when you have that 5’11” strike zone
- A 2nd Breakout for Scott Baker?
On the surface, Scott Baker is having his typical season. With a 4.12 ERA and a 1.32 WHIP, compared to his career marks of 4.31 and 1.28, respectively, he has performed pretty much in line
- Is the End Near for Scott Rolen?
Scott Rolen found himself riding pine for the second consecutive day yesterday and the narrative out there is that Dusty Baker thinks he is playing through a sore shoulder, so he's simply making
- Scott Kazmir Is Busted
Scott Kazmir is broken, and it's starting to get to the point where we have to wonder if he's fixable. First, some graphs.
At the top, we see Kazmir's walk and strikeout rate
- Angels Add Scott Kazmir
File this one under “unlikely August trades”.
The Angels add the 25-year-old Scott Kazmir to a rotation swamped with doctor visits all season with the knowledge that Kazmir himself is injury
- Scott Feldman, Come on Down
Not the latest of the late term Spring Training extensions (see Matt Klaassen's piece on Adam Lind), but one that threatens to slip through the weekend cracks. Scott Feldman inked an extension
- Cubs Sign Scott Baker
Stop the presses! Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer have signed a good player with durability questions to a one year contract. This time, their reclamation project is Scott Baker, who underwent Tommy John
- Hanging on to Scott Kazmir, For Now
If you took a risk on Scott Kazmir on draft day, he has without a doubt surpassed every expectation you could have had for him this season. His rebound season last year was nice, but was not exactly
- Scott Kazmir, the Dodgers, and Health
physical and the Dodgers decided to move on.
The guy they moved on to ended up being Scott Kazmir, who signed a similar contract to the one the Dodgers were prepared to give Iwakuma. When you think
- The Scott Olsen Deal
The Nationals acquired LHP Scott Olsen and OF/1B Josh Willingham from Florida in exchange for 2B Emilio Bonifacio, RHP P.J. Dean, and SS Jake Smolinski.
At first glance, the Nationals would seem
- The Scott Hairston Deal
When I heard that the Padres had traded Scott Hairston for Craig Italiano, Ryan Webb, and a PTBNL, my first reaction was to wonder if they were trying to tank as quickly as possible to give
- If Diaz, Why Not Scott Hairston?
the sweepstakes, signing him to a two-year deal. There was another, less heralded player on the market whose skills are somewhat similar to Diaz's. Yet Scott Hairston has barely received a mention
- What Happened to Scott Olsen?
direction: left-hander Scott Olsen.
A few years back, Olsen looked like an organizational pillar. In his first full year in the big leagues (2006), he struck out 8.27 batters per nine innings. Sure
- Scott Rolen's Power Surge
Considering that he restructured his contract with the Cincinnati Reds during the off-season and is now signed through 2012, Scott Rolen won't be hanging up his cleats anytime soon. But when he does
- Stand By Me, Scott Feldman
Writer's Note: Feldman ranked 56th on Zach Sanders' starting pitching rankings.
Hello friends, just thought I'd chime in with a few notes before the weekend on Scott Feldman as he moves back
- Scott Baker's Season
After last night's six-inning, five run beat down at the hand of the Toronto Blue Jays, Minnesota Twins righty Scott Baker holds an unimpressive 4.87 ERA. He's also got a sub-.500 record, winning
- Selling Scott Kazmir
if the company is a good one. The same goes for pitchers. I'm a fan of Scott Kazmir, think he will remain a good pitcher and solid fantasy option and I continue to be in awe at his career revival
- Free Scott Van Slyke!
Some team really should take a chance to give Scott Van Slyke a starting OF job next season. Frankly, I'd find it almost sinful if some team does not go for it.
(Granted, the Dodgers may still
- GIF: Do the Scott Walk
- Why Is Luke Scott Still in Baltimore?
reasons for optimism. Prior to the season, I wrote about the enviable collection of outfielders the Orioles had assembled: Nick Markakis, Adam Jones, Nolan Reimold, Felix Pie, and Luke Scott. It seemed
- The Paperwork is In: Luke Scott Joins the Rays
that it wouldn’t happen by signing former Oriole Luke Scott to a one-year deal on Wednesday with a club option for 2013. Scott isn’t a bad first baseman and could see time there with the Rays, but it’s
- FanGraphs Audio: Will Rhymes and Luke Scott
David Laurila, curator of FanGraphs’ Q&A Series, discusses home runs with Tampa Bay's Will Rhymes (who has hit one of them in the majors) and Luke Scott (who has hit more than one
- Scott Kazmir Finds Consistent Control
Scott Kazmir shut out the Marlins for 8 innings while striking out 11 batters and walking just one. Today's win was his 7th; tying him for the league lead.
Is there any pitcher hotter than Kazmir
- Waiver Wire: Appreciating Scott Baker
About a month ago my Rotographs colleague, the excellent Mike Podhorzer, wrote a piece that wondered if Scott Baker was having the second breakout season of his career. Mike sang Baker’s praises
- Scott Feldman: Playoff Relief Ace
strikeouts. Mike Napoli had the game-winning hit on Wednesday.
Those are all names people expected to propel the Rangers to victory. But with the exception of Cruz, one could make the argument that Scott
- Contract Crowdsourcing 2013-14: Scott Feldman
is likely to receive, FanGraphs is also requesting that readers make note of how much they'd pay each free agent were they, themselves, actual GMs.
In this edition: Scott Feldman.
- Contract Crowdsourcing 2013-14: Scott Kazmir
is likely to receive, FanGraphs is also requesting that readers make note of how much they'd pay each free agent were they, themselves, actual GMs.
In this edition: Scott Kazmir.
- The Scott Podsednik Trade: LA's perspective
by capitalizing on people in that situation. So, while the Dodgers acquisition of Scott Podsednik may not be the sexiest move ever, it's what they can afford. And, for what it cost them, it's a deal
- Is Scott Rolen Famous Enough For Cooperstown?
Among many fun conversations I had while in Arizona last week, perhaps the most interesting involved a topic I'd been thinking about for a while - Scott Rolen's chances of getting elected to the Hall
- Introducing The Scott Boras-O-Meter
Super agent Scott Boras is known to boast about his clients' market value, particularly as each player nears or enters free agency. Oh, Boras doesn't come right out and give a number. Sometimes he
- Scott Kazmir Heads to Bay Area
Remember when the Mets traded Scott Kazmir for Victor Zambrano? Predictably, the trade looked as horrible as we all thought it would through 2008, when Kazmir enjoyed four straight seasons
- Can You Trust Scott Kazmir?
Oakland Athletics pitcher Scott Kazmir did it again. After an amazing comeback in 2013, Kazmir proved his gains were legitimate. Kazmir not only improved his ERA and FIP during the second year of his
- Scott Podsednik, Dayton Moore, and The Contest
One might be tempted to see the Royals' signing of outfielder Scott Podsednik as a move to steal the headlines in the wake of cross-state rival St. Louis' big Matt Holliday contract earlier this week
- Prospect Stock Watch: Scott Snodgress
that probably don't get enough press -- such as the southpaw below.
Scott Snodgress, LHP, White Sox: The Stanford alum signed his first pro contract after being selected by Chicago in the fifth round
- Predicting 2015 Starting Pitcher Performance Using Regression Trees
- It is May 3, 1994 and Scott Erickson is Afraid
Scott Erickson is afraid of many things. It is 1994, the age of having a surplus of hair and of wearing one’s cap backwards, and Scott Erickson can do this. He has spent hours in front
- The Scott Podsednik Story, as Embellished by 13-Year-Old Girls
Savannah: Oh. My. God. You guys. Have you heard about Scott?
Madison: No. What?
Kelli: Duuuuuh. He and Boston broke up. He’s with Arizona now. That happened like a week ago.
Aurora: Nuh uh
- FanGraphs Audio: Scott Radinsky and Chris Perez
David Laurila (@DavidLaurilaQA), curator of FanGraphs’ Q&A Series, talks both to Indians rock-and-roll pitching coach Scott Radinsky and also closer Chris Perez.
- Waiver Wire: Luke Scott and Jose Altuve
Today’s Waiver Wire features one player trying to reestablish his fantasy worth and one hoping to take hold of some of his own.
Luke Scott: 7% Yahoo!, 3.2% ESPN
Before injuring his shoulder
- Daily Notes: Scott Kazmir's Increasing Velocity, Animated
Featured Game: Seattle at Cleveland, 12:05pm ET
Regarding This Game, Who's Starting It for Cleveland
Starting this game for Cleveland is left-hander Scott Kazmir (25.1 IP, 96 xFIP-, -0.1 WAR
- Vlad, Scott, Danks, Strasburg, Anderson: DLWW
Today I will look at a few players on the DL owned in less than 60% of all leagues.
Luke Scott (22% ESPN, 18% Yahoo) and Vladimir Guerrero (44% ESPN, 57% Yahoo) - The DH situation in Baltimore
- Field of Streams: Episode 136 - Live With Scott Strandberg
Episode 136 - Live With Scott Strandberg
The latest episode of “Field of Streams” is live!
In this episode, Dylan Higgins and Brad Johnson are joined by Scott Strandberg in a live recording
- The Nationals Add Scott Hairston, Nifty Role Player
of attention to the most recent trade between the Nationals and Cubs, which sent outfielder Scott Hairston to Washington and Ivan Pineyro to the Cubs, plus a pair of PTBNLs, with one going in each
- Daily Notes, In Which Scott Kazmir's Name Is Invoked
Table of Contents
Here's the table of contents for today's edition of Daily Notes.
1. Status Update: Scott Kazmir's Status, Updated
2. Video: Scott Kazmir Striking Out All the Yankees in 2008
- Scott Kazmir Strikes Out Josh Hamilton
. Perez will be back in that bullpen in 2013, armed with a rich new contract, and just like that, Oliver Perez has been resurrected.
Now we have the case of Scott Kazmir. Earlier in his career
- Cubs Sign Scott Feldman, Land Another Bargain
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote up a comparison between Scott Feldman and Brandon McCarthy, noting that the two pitchers were probably more similar than their reputations would lead you to believe
- Prospect Stock Watch: Scott, Tapia, Jones
heard of -- but should get to know.
Tanner Scott | LHP | Orioles
Scott’s name has been bandied about throughout the July as the Orioles continue to look for ways
- Other Grandpa Sayings Scott Boras Can Use
The above tweet is from Jerry Crasnick, and is a quote from superagent Scott Boras.
While one can't help but appreciate Mr. Boras' savoir faire, this line is totally something my grandpa
- For Sake of Reference: Scott Kazmir's Last Three Pitches
Managing editor Dave Cameron wrote this morning about the formerly quite impressive and more recently less impressive Scott Kazmir's very impressive start on Thursday against Oakland -- during which
- The End Is Near: Dallas Keuchel and Scott Kazmir
as an endorsement, but, well... yeah.
Scott Kazmir has been written about quite a bit here at the mighty green and black. But as soon as folks started to get excited about him in June, he threw up kind
- Does Ron Santo's Election Help Scott Rolen?
for years. So, today, I'd like to use Santo's induction as a launching off point to ask whether his election might help voters put Scott Rolen into Cooperstown when his name hits the ballot.
- Scott Diamond & Alexi Ogando: Waiver Wire
Going with two starting pitchers to kick off the week in waiver wire, one from the AL Central and one from the AL West...
Scott Diamond | SP | Twins | Owned: 41% Yahoo! and 34.8% ESPN
- Scott Feldman: The Poor Man's Brandon McCarthy
for the popular guy doesn't always lead to great results, though, and there are teams who will be looking for a rotation upgrade who won't be able to afford McCarthy. So, to those teams, I present Scott
- Braves Acquire Scott Downs For Basically Nothing
It's bullpen upgrade day. A few hours after the Tigers added Jose Veras, the Braves got the lefty reliever they've been hunting for, landing Scott Downs from the Angels, and they got him for what
- A's, Astros Open Market with Scott Kazmir Trade
it is that a surprising A's team and a surprising Astros team have come together on a move: Scott Kazmir is going to Houston, and now the league-wide trade market is open.
He's not the first big-leaguer to be moved
- Dodgers Give Iwakuma Money to Scott Kazmir
It seemed for a time like Scott Kazmir wanted to get himself signed before Christmas. That didn't happen, but he'll settle for getting signed before New Year's -- for three years, and $48 million
- Scott Hairston's FanGraphs' Legend Just Keeps Growing
You know, if teams would stop making transactions involving Scott Hairston, maybe we wouldn't do so many posts about him...
Hairston, who knows the way from San Diego-to-Oakland-and-back quite
- The Scott Podsednik Trade: Kansas City's Perspective
In a move that will shake up the NL West, nay, the entire National League as we know it, the Kansas City Royals have reportedly traded outfielder Scott Podsednik to the Los Angeles Dodgers for minor
- Scott Downs & Gerardo Parra: Waiver Wire
Let's start the week off with two players who have recently been promoted to more high-profile roles, one due to ineffectiveness and the other due to injury...
Scott Downs | RP | Angels | Owned
- Scott Schebler & Matt Reynolds: Deep League Wire
Today's edition of the deep league wire features an injury related opportunity and more fallout from the flurry of trade deadline activity.
Scott Schebler | OF CIN | CBS 1% Owned
- Q&A: Scott Diamond, Twins Control Artist
Scott Diamond throws strikes. The Minnesota Twins left-hander walked just 1.61 batters per nine innings last year, lowest in the American League among qualified pitchers. After beginning the current
- Q&A: Scott Kazmir, Return from Oblivion
Among famous baseball quotes, perhaps none applies better to Scott Kazmir than “The game is 95 percent mental; the other half is physical.” The Cleveland Indians left-hander has had an enigmatic
- Barry Zito, Scott Kazmir, and Magical Velocity Gains
, but Ron Wolforth has the track record to make bold statements: he’s worked with Trevor Bauer since the first round pick was 14 years old, and most recently he took Scott Kazmir from out of baseball
- Twins Lose Scott Baker To Another Flexor Strain
The Twins announced Wednesday that their top starter, Scott Baker, would miss the rest of the season after upcoming surgery to clear scar tissue from his right flexor pronator tendon. While
- Will Scott Lewis' Stats Continue to Outpace his Stuff?
Indians lefty Scott Lewis is a tough guy to figure out. A look at his minor league track record would lead one to believe that he's on the fast track to big-league success. If you watch him pitch
- Scott Sizemore Traded to A's; Raburn to Start at 2B For Tigers?
The Detroit Tigers traded INF Scott Sizemore to the Oakland Athletics for LHP David Purcey.
Sizemore, 26, holds a career .315/.392/.487 line in 764 plate appearances at the Triple-A level
- Fantasy Baseball Existentialism: The Scott Kazmir Resurrection
" -David Foster Wallace, Infinite Jest.
David Foster Wallace was writing about tennis, not baseball, but one wonders what the "Game" did to Scott Kazmir. A young, left-handed phenom leading the league
- Scott Baker and J.T. Realmuto: Deep League Wire
in NL-only leagues. As a reminder, I use CBS for the ownership percentages.
Scott Baker / SP / Los Angeles Dodgers / 2%
Brandon McCarthy is done for the year thanks to a torn UCL
- A's Add Scott Kazmir, Keep Doing A's Things
Scott Kazmir to a two year contract for a little more than $22 million. And based on both the A's history and Kazmir's 2013 season, this looks like a strong bet to be one of the best contracts given
- With Chris Davis Deal, Scott Boras Strikes Again
, the remaining crop of quality outfielders, and the risks surrounding Davis' skillset, this might be Scott Boras' most impressive victory over reason yet. As an agent, he has perfected the ability to go
- Scott Baker: Most Underrated Hurler in the Bigs?
Walker one -- so keep that in mind as you read.
Nonetheless, each and every time I look at Scott Baker’s marks -- last year especially but even his career digits -- I get the increasing notion
- Breaking Down the Prospects in the Scott Kazmir Trade
breakdowns. The numerical breakdown of both players appears below Kiley's write-ups.
Today, the Houston Astros officially decided to go for it, acquiring Scott Kazmir from the A's in exchange
- A Totally Unalterted Tweet Illustrated: Scott Kazmir
- FanGraphs Audio: Dave Cameron on Chris Davis, Scott Boras
to Baltimore, agent Scott Boras's role in that return, and also some possibly notable arbitration cases.
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- Field of Streams: Episode 181 - Live With Scott Strandberg 3: Tokyo Drift
Episode 181 - Live With Scott Strandberg 3: Tokyo Drift
The latest episode of “Field of Streams” is live!
In this episode, Dylan Higgins and Scott Strandberg do a live recording to discuss
- Attention Dale Scott: Hands Up Means Foul Ball
, and the Dodgers went around the horn for an inning-ending triple play.
But, it's a triple play that never should have happened, as Dale Scott clearly gave the universal signal for foul ball
- Field of Streams: Episode 206 - Live With The Return Of Scott Strandberg (Also Again)
Episode 206 - Live With The Return Of Scott Strandberg (Also Again)
In this live broadcast, Dylan Higgins and Brad Johnson are joined by Scott Strandberg in a live recording to discuss a number
- Field of Streams: Episode 141 - Live With Scott Strandberg 2: Electric Boogaloo
Episode 141 - Live With Scott Strandberg 2: Electric Boogaloo
The latest episode of “Field of Streams” is live!
In this episode, Dylan Higgins and Brad Johnson are joined by Scott Strandberg
- Sponsor Catch-Phrase Showdown: Mike Shannon vs. That Scott's Guy
you're talking up some hubba-hubba dame in the buffet car.
Take Scott's Turf-Builder, for instance. Here's the actor they hired to deliver the words upon which the the lives of their children
- Field of Streams: Episode 240 - Live With Scott Strandberg One Last Time
Episode 240 - Live With Scott Strandberg One Last Time
In this live broadcast, Dylan Higgins and Brad Johnson are joined by Scott Strandberg in a live recording to discuss A.J. Preller's
- Sunday Notes: The Meaning of Luke Scott, Tigers, Dodgers-Giants
The South Korean media should love Luke Scott. The outspoken outfielder will be playing for SK Wyverns this season and there’s a good chance not all of his bombs will come via his bat. Controversy
- Luke Scott on Hula Hoop Swing Paths & Vlad Guerrero
Last month, I asked 10 big-league players if hitting is more of an art or more of a science. I posed the same question to Luke Scott. Not surprisingly, his answer was both thoughtful and interesting
- Did Michael Bourn & Scott Boras Wait Too Long?
Scott Boras, gasp!, make a mistake?
I doubt it. Scott Boras is famous for getting his clients to wait until the last minute. At the beginning of the offseason, Bourn was one of many intriguing free
- Cubs Sign Scott Hairston, Edge Closer to Hopeful Season
The Yankees, Mets, Braves and Phillies were all in pursuit of Scott Hairston, and it wasn't until last week that it appeared the Cubs even had a chance. Now the oft-wanted role player is joining
- Orioles Upgrade With Scott Feldman; Cubs Continue Stocking Up
Orioles acquire Scott Feldman and Tony Clevenger from the Cubs for Jake Arrietta, Pedro Strop, and int'l bonus slots.— keithlaw (@keithlaw) July 2, 2013
For the record, he meant Steve
- Homo (Less Than) Erectus: A Scott Proctor Flip Book
deserving of our attention is what happened on the other end of the play -- batter (pitcher?) Scott Proctor's end, I mean. For it was Proctor, owner of three career plate appearances and three career
- Scott Sizemore and Chris Nelson: Deep League Waiver Wire
Today's Deep League Waiver Wire focuses on two players that are eligible at second base.
Scott Sizemore | 2% Owned (Y!) | 1% Owned (ESPN)
After being shunned by the Tigers for most of 2010
- Derrek Lee and Scott Rolen: Veteran Corner Infield Waiver Wire Help
), but he'll certainly outproduce plenty of other corner guys with higher ownership percentages. Act now while you still can.
Scott Rolen |3B| Ownership: ESPN - 33.5% Yahoo - 34%
- Risers at Third Base: Michael Cuddyer, Mark Reynolds, Scott Sizemore
out a ton and be himself. And in fact, that's what it looks like he's done as his K rate is back up in the 40's and yet his results are reminiscent of 2009.
While going from first
- Kelly Johnson and Scott Sizemore: Deep League MI Options
Brad Johnson looked at what the A-Rod suspension means for the Yankees yesterday. Not long thereafter, New York added Scott Sizemore and Ken Rosenthal reported that the Yanks are unlikely to add another
- Scott Feldman on Scuffed Balls, Lopsided Balls, and Pitching Up
Scott Feldman knows a lot about pitching -- the 31-year-old Houston Astros righthander just completed his tenth big-league season – which means he knows a lot about baseballs. When he gets a new one
- Spotted: Scott Boras, Very Much Behind Home Plate