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Stephen Randolph  2003 - 2007P
Stephen Smitherman  2003 - 2003OF
Stephen Drew  2006 - 2016SS
Stephen Vogt  2012 - 2016C
Stephen Fife  2012 - 2014P
Stephen Strasburg  2010 - 2016P
Stephen Pryor  2012 - 2014P
Stephen Cardullo  2016 - 20161B/OF
Stephen Piscotty  2015 - 2016OF
Stephen Larkin  1998 - 19981B
Buzz Stephen  1968 - 1968P
Stephen Chapman  10/12/1985OF
Steve Marek  9/3/1983P
Stephen Head  1/13/19841B/OF
Stephen Kahn  12/14/1983P
Stephen Englund  6/6/1988OF
Stephen King  10/2/19873B
Jedidiah Stephen  4/30/19843B/SS
Stephen Faris  6/30/1984P
Stephen Shults  12/27/1986OF
Stephen Douglas  5/10/1985OF
Stephen Puhl  7/6/1984P/C
Stephen Malvagna  11/28/1985C/DH
Stephen Shao  3/24/1985P
Stephen Clyne  9/22/1984P
Stephen Dodson  8/29/1985P
Stephen Flake  11/13/1983P
Stephen Hunt  1/11/1989OF
Stephen Vento  3/28/1986P
Stephen Procner  12/27/1984P
Stephen Artz  4/23/1984P
Stephen Sauer  8/13/1986P
Stephen Penney  8/14/1986P
Stephen Gilgenbach  2/12/1986P
Stephen Boyd  11/3/1985P
Stephen Richards  8/10/1988P
 
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  • Bases Produced and a Consideration of the 2016 AL/NL MVPs
    in Community by Stephen - 9/22/2016 -  6

  • Stephen Strasburg Has a Problem
    in FanGraphs by Corinne Landrey - 8/22/2016 -  7
    There ought to be no shame in a pitcher struggling at Coors Field. Many of the greatest pitchers on the planet have been humbled in that stadium and, last week, Stephen Strasburg became merely

  • Stephen Strasburg's Extension Is a Win-Win
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 5/10/2016 -  50
    Last night, in the middle of his start against the Detroit Tigers, news leaked out that Stephen Strasburg had agreed to a seven year, $175 million extension with the Washington Nationals. As Jeff

  • Nationals Keep Stephen Strasburg For Themselves
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 5/9/2016 -  11
    . The options were shaping up to be thin behind Stephen Strasburg. The options are thinner now. Chelsea Janes broke the news that Strasburg has re-signed with the Nationals long-term. Jon Heyman puts

  • Stephen Strasburg's New Toy
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 4/7/2016 -  13
    Stephen Strasburg didn't pitch the game of his life on Wednesday or anything, but he was plenty solid, allowing one run over six innings. He threw his fastball around the familiar 95. He threw his

  • Stephen Strasburg: This Could Be the Year
    in FanGraphs by Tony Blengino - 2/5/2016 -  21
    a dire run with the Jets. In an offbeat kind of way, Stephen Strasburg is a baseball equivalent of Rich Kotite. Though he has compiled a 54-37 record and 3.09 ERA -- and produced a scintillating

  • Stephen Piscotty, the Superest of the Stars?
    in RotoGraphs by Mike Podhorzer - 1/26/2016 -  25
    to opposite evaluations. Then I throw up my hands and internally debate how I should project said player. So it is possible, perhaps far more so than you would ever believe, that Stephen Piscotty is a star

  • Ignore Stephen Vogt's First Half
    in RotoGraphs by Jeff Zimmerman - 10/19/2015 -  2
    Stephen Vogt was a nice sleeper coming into 2015, especially since the Athletics stated they were going to use him as a regular catcher. He quickly got catcher eligibility in mid-April and his value

  • Where Stephen Piscotty Got the Power
    in FanGraphs by Eno Sarris - 8/31/2015 -  84
    Going into the season, Stephen Piscotty was projected to be a contact and patience guy because that's what he'd been in the minor leagues for the most part. But this offseason, he had a plan, and he

  • The Mystery of the Same Old Stephen Strasburg
    in FanGraphs by Matthew Kory - 8/28/2015 -  32
    the Nationals' collapse, but some portion of their mediocre start falls on the broad shoulders of Stephen Strasburg, who my computer badly wants to call Stephen Starsbug, which needs to be a computer-animated

  • Cardinals Add Stephen Piscotty to Their Lineup
    in FanGraphs by Chris Mitchell - 7/22/2015 -  35
    in a combined 46 plate appearances of sub-80 wRC+ work. To help sure up their first-base situation, the Cards called up prospect Stephen Piscotty, who was hitting a strong .272/.366/.475 in Triple

  • Using Batted-Ball Data to Measure Hitter Performance
    in Community by Stephen Brown - 6/2/2015 -  4
    0.312 0.468 0.336 3.2 0.318 0.366 0.590 0.406 12.6 Stephen Vogt 131 155 87 0.298 0.406 0.580 0.423 13.5 0.283 0.394 0.544 0.404 11.2 Cameron Maybin 109 126 92 0.248

  • What's Going On With Stephen Strasburg
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 5/14/2015 -  64
    Stephen Strasburg has an ERA over 6. We don't talk about ERA very often. OK, then, Stephen Strasburg has an overall RA over 7. I don't bring these numbers up because they conclusively demonstrate

  • Should We Believe in Stephen Vogt?
    in FanGraphs by Eno Sarris - 5/5/2015 -  13
    You'll hear it every time he steps to the plate in Oakland, a slow, building chant. If Stephen Vogt lets the at-bat go long enough, or the moment is big enough, it can be deafening: "I believe

  • Rickie Weeks' Value in Disguise
    in Community by Stephen Shaw - 2/16/2015 -  0

  • The Enormous Trade Value of Stephen Strasburg
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 1/19/2015 -  115
    , the Nationals could subtract and still come out ahead. And with a new ace in the rotation for a while, it's possible to see a different name on the move: Stephen Strasburg. No, nothing

  • StatCast Playoff Data Breakdown
    in Community by Stephen Shaw - 11/7/2014 -  3

  • GIF: Stephen Strasburg's Changeup Is a Metaphor for Futility
    in NotGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 6/6/2014 -  3
    The animated GIF embedded here depicts a changeup thrown by Stephen Strasburg to Mitch Moreland from a whole week ago - so, unlike many other media files which will have appeared on the internet

  • Stephen Strasburg and Early Season Velocities
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 4/1/2014 -  42
    conclusion from limited samples of data. For instance, you've probably read today about Stephen Strasburg's lower Opening Day velocity; his pitches that were classified as four seam fastballs averaged

  • The Tigers Don't Need Stephen Drew
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 3/17/2014 -  96
    four months and maybe the entire season, all eyes turned to Stephen Drew. He's the only free agent SS of substance left on the market, a solid contributor who held down the position

  • The Challenge of Stephen Drew Changing Positions
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 1/27/2014 -  51
    I think it's safe to say Stephen Drew's in a pretty weird position. He's a free agent, and he's 30, so he's not super old. He spent last year playing with the eventual MLB champion. By our numbers he

  • The Mets, Stephen Drew, And the "Obvious Move"
    in FanGraphs by Mike Petriello - 1/13/2014 -  58
    As we sit here in mid-January, there seems to be no more obvious free agent fit than the idea that Stephen Drew should sign with the Mets. It's such an obvious pairing that the internet has been

  • The Problem With Stephen Drew's Market
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 1/7/2014 -  103
    If Stephen Drew were a better player, he'd be in greater demand. I guess you could say that's the main problem with the free agent's current market. The better a player is, the more that player

  • Stephen Strasburg: Not Quite Elite
    in RotoGraphs by Brad Johnson - 12/9/2013 -  15
    Last season, Stephen Strasburg was selected for an average price of $28 and was taken 13th overall in Yahoo! snake drafts. An 8-9 record over 183 innings prevented him from living up to his pre-draft

  • Stephen Drew Cares
    in RotoGraphs by Colin Zarzycki - 11/12/2013 -  1
    So let's dissect this bounceback. Stephen Drew put up a 109 wRC+, nearly 30 points higher than his 2012 mark. We can't point to improved strikeout or walk rates; in fact, both of those trended

  • Contract Crowdsourcing 2013-14: Stephen Drew
    in FanGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 10/3/2013 -  10
    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: Stephen Drew. Some relevant

  • Stephen Drew Goes to Beantown
    in RotoGraphs by Mike Podhorzer - 12/31/2012 -  5
    The perennially blah Stephen Drew is packing his bags again, this time heading to Boston after signing with the Red Sox last week. Drew was limited to just about a half season worth of at-bats after

  • Stephen Drew: Waiver Wire
    in RotoGraphs by Dan Wade - 8/21/2012 -  0
    Stephen Drew (ESPN: 14 percent owned; Yahoo!: 19 percent owned) How much venom has been lobbed at Stephen Drew by jilted fantasy owners over the years? Like Francisco Liriano and any number

  • Stephen Strasburg, Dazzy Vance and Context
    in FanGraphs by Bill Petti - 7/5/2012 -  50
    % strikeout rate). Nationals phenom Stephen Strasburg has thrown 182 innings in the big leagues and has struck out 32.5% of the batters he's faced. No starting pitcher who lasted any significant amount

  • ADPuzzles: Stephen Strasburg
    in RotoGraphs by Dan Wade - 2/15/2012 -  15
    160 That is by far the most important number related to Stephen Strasburg’s 2012 season. Not 62, his current ADP according to Mock Draft Central, with a range of 35-90 in mixed drafts. Not 9.3

  • Stephen Strasburg, Walking Superlative
    in FanGraphs by Jack Moore - 9/7/2011 -  83
    Four great men from Philadelphia once said, "You don't know what you've got, til' it's gone." In the case of Stephen Strasburg, at least in my case, I think we didn't know what he had until he

  • Replacing Stephen Drew
    in FanGraphs by Paul Swydan - 7/21/2011 -  30
    Last night, Stephen Drew broke his ankle and will be out for at least the rest of this season. It's horrible timing for the D-backs, with both J.J. Hardy and now Jose Reyes off the market. So what

  • Replacing Stephen Drew
    in RotoGraphs by Mike Axisa - 7/21/2011 -  13
    By now you've probably heard. Diamondbacks' shortstop Stephen Drew will miss the rest of the season after fracturing his ankle sliding into home last night, an injury that was Jason Kendall-esque. I

  • Stephen Strasburg Should Be an All-Star
    in Community by Chris Cwik - 7/12/2010 -  11
    watching the best players IN THE FIRST HALF (which is a different thing). Following that line of reasoning, there is no doubt in my mind that Stephen Strasburg belongs on the NL All-Star Team

  • Up and Down: Stephen Drew
    in RotoGraphs by Dan Budreika - 3/2/2010 -  3
    The highly touted Stephen Drew exploded onto the big league scene with Arizona towards the end of the 2006 season with a .367 wOBA in 59 games. An inflated .394 mark on balls in play aided his slash

  • Aggressive Approach Works for Stephen Drew
    in RotoGraphs by David Golebiewski - 11/23/2008 -  0
    Heading into the 2004 amateur entry draft, Florida State star Stephen Drew was considered to be the top talent available. A lefty-hitting shortstop with power and enough leather to stick at a premium