- Historical Position Adjustments
- Josh Donaldson vs. the Elite
- Sonny Gray, Perfecting What Works
- How Eric Sogard Made History
- Daily Graphing - Brandon Watson & Ryan Church
various injuries. Unfortunately for Church, his sophomore year and batting .200 this spring apparently wasn't enough for him to keep the job and was sent back down to the minors in favor of Brandon Watson
- Stutes, Watson, Lecure, Takahashi: SP/RP Relievers
in the last 4 games he has appeared in), but his ERA does not look sustainable at this low level.
Tony Watson, Pit - Since pitching his first MLB game on Jun 8, Watson has been lights out for the Pirates
- An Etherview with Sean "CHONE" Smith
If you read FanGraphs, you're probably familiar with Sean Smith's work. Mr. Smith is the progenitor of the CHONE projection system, hosted annually here at FanGraphs and also at his own website
- Sean Marshall Gets Paid
After the Cubs shuffled him between the bullpen and the rotation for four seasons, Sean Marshall finally found his home in the bullpen. In 80 relief appearances, Mashall allowed only 25 runs
- Greg Holland or Sean Marshall?
This is a question I have received a lot since we were made aware of Ryan Madson’s impending Tommy John surgery: who would I rather pick, Greg Holland or Sean Marshall? Some of my readers and twitter
- $1 Infielder: Sean Rodriguez
and Yunel Escobar.
One of those $1 players is Sean Rodriguez of the Rays. The 26-year-old will be Tampa Bay's primary shortstop this season, or at least early in the season if Reid Brignac winds up
- Sean Marshall Is a Rebel
confident that they can put in the strike zone.
Well, Sean Marshall is not most pitchers - at least not anymore. He followed the traditional first pitch fastball model for the first few years of his
- Sean Gilmartin and the Gwinnett Braves
, but they aren't as skilled as those in Triple-A. In fact, Triple-A players are largely what they are with little projection left — and most of them are role players.
But Sean Gilmartin is not supposed
- Playoff Waiver Wire: Sean Rodriguez
There aren’t many players who have bigger gaps in talent from one side of the plate to the other than Sean Rodriguez. The Rays shortstop has shown impressive talent against the Ned Flanderses
- Sean Rodriguez Needs to Seize the Day
environments that the club's minor league affiliates play in.
Sean Rodriguez has put up some interesting power/speed numbers in the minor leagues, including 24 home runs and 16 stolen bases in High
- Sean Coyle And the Unfair Dustin Pedroia Comps
Boston Red Sox minor league second baseman Sean Coyle is a solid minor league prospect which is actually pretty rare for a player of his stature. In fact, in three years spent Scouting the Sally
- Braves Sean Gilmartin: Tale Of Two Starts
Sean Gilmartin, the Atlanta Braves 2011 first round pick embarrassed South Atlantic League opponents in a brief, but impressive stint where he posted a staggering K/BB ratio of 15/1 over five starts
- Sean Doolittle: Throwing High, Hard and Historic
You know the Sean Doolittle backstory by now, most certainly. The short version for those just joining us is that Doolittle was a first-round pick in the 2007 draft as a first baseman, made it all
- Sean Nolin: Next Blue Jays Savior?
prospect Sean Nolin, currently at the Double-A level, is viewed by the Jays front office as the next-in-line for a promotion, should the need arise.
Toronto has made a few moves this year that could
- Conversion Projects: From Sean Doolittle to Matt West
and 18 walks in 44.0 innings of work. He struck out an impressive number of batters: 47. He features a two-pitch repertoire that features an 89-94 mph fastball and a solid curveball.
- How Sean Doolittle Makes One Pitch Work For Him
Sean Doolittle is a lefty and throws one pitch 87% of the time. Even without knowing his back story -- he was a first base prospect that couldn't stay healthy on the field, and pitching was his
- Sean Rodriguez, Victor Zambrano, and Mark Langston Attend a Wake
On Monday I addressed the Scott Kazmir deal and portrayed the player to be named later someone who probably wouldn’t impact things too much.
I was wrong.
He is Sean Rodriguez, confirmed