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- OttoGraphs Episode 9: Player Value Changes
In this episode of OttoGraphs, Tom and Joe discuss some players who have changed their value in the early going, specifically with respect to the Ottoneu FGPts format.
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- Roto Riteup: May 3, 2016
- Roto Riteup: April 29, 2016
- Roto Riteup: April 28, 2016
- Roto Riteup: April 27, 2016
- OttoGraphs Episode 8: The Standings Dashboard
In this episode of OttoGraphs, Tom, Trey, and Justin discuss the Standings Dashboard, a tool that helps you analyze your team's performance and compare it to the league. Later, we talk about how
- Roto Riteup: April 26, 2016
- Roto Riteup: April 22, 2016
- OttoGraphs Episode 7: Early Season Advice
- Roto Riteup: April 21, 2016
- Roto Riteup: April 20, 2016
I like deGrom's infant son as a streaming option against the Braves. https://t.co/bXFa4i8OiV
— Blake Murphy (@BlakeMurphyODC) April 19, 2016
Owners can confidently start deGrom
- OttoGraphs Episode 6: Interview with Niv Shah
In this episode of OttoGraphs, Tom and Trey interview Niv Shah, the creator of Ottoneu.
We discuss a wide variety of topics, including, but not limited to:
the brand new Ottoneu Community (You
- OttoGraphs Episode 5: OttoGraphs Time Capsule
- The Fantasy Infirmary, with Dr. Otto Neu, M.D.
- Roto Riteup: April 15, 2016
every year since. Sadly, he doesn’t have the power to take advantage of Coors Field if he were to get more playing time, and Tom Murphy remains the more intriguing depth behind Nick Hundley, who's being
- Roto Riteup: April 14, 2016
- Roto Riteup: April 13, 2016
- Riding the Waves of BABIP Variance with Chris Colabello
- OttoGraphs Episode 4: Joe and Tom's Bold Predictions
In this episode of OttoGraphs, recorded just before the beginning of the regular season, Joe and Tom talk about some of their ottoneu-specific bold predictions (Joe, Tom), and banter about a few
- Roto Riteup: April 12, 2016
- Roto Riteup: April 8, 2016
- Roto Riteup: April 7, 2016
- Roto Riteup: April 6, 2016
at projection systems pegging him for three or four this year, but mostly because of his reaction.
After sliding into the DMs https://t.co/jFIH3Aerwm
— Blake Murphy (@BlakeMurphyODC) April 5, 2016
- Roto Riteup: April 5, 2016
- Roto Riteup: April 1, 2016
- Roto Riteup: March 31
- Roto Riteup: March 30
- Roto Riteup: March 29
- Preston Tucker Can't Hit From the Dugout
- Roto Riteup: March 24, 2016
- Could Ethier Injury Make Crawford Relevant Once Again?
- So, Kevin Pillar is Probably Leading Off for the Blue Jays
Decision technically isn't official but it might as well be: Josh Donaldson will hit with 1 out and the bases empty in 70% of 1st innings.
— Blake Murphy (@BlakeMurphyODC) March 19
- Tom Oltarzewski's Ottoneu Bold Predictions
, as owners take advantage of the new wave of information and collaboration available to us.
10) None of Tom, Trey, or Joe will win a championship this year ... but Justin will.
Ottoneu is hard, even
- Blake Murphy's 10 Bold Predictions for 2016
in OBP leagues, but in standard formats, a guy with 25-plus home run power at the keystone should be going before No. 18.
8. Tom Murphy somehow makes Paul Sporer look smarter than he already is
- Roto Riteup: March 17, 2016
- Trea Turner and How Timing Impacts Late-Round Strategy
but confirmed will start – (or even Daniel Murphy) will stumble or get hurt. Turner's going to be needed at some point this year, it just might not be right away.
“He ran through the minor leagues
- Looking beyond surplus value for keeper decisions
6th: Brian Dozier, Anthony Rendon
7th: Jason Kipnis
8th: Ian Kinsler, Rougned Odor
11th: Addison Russell
12th: Kolten Wong
13th: D.J. LeMahieu
14th: Daniel Murphy, Dustin Pedroia
- Angels Playing Time Battles: Hitters
- Brewers Playing Time Battles: Pitchers
- Braves Playing Time Battles: Hitters
- Rays Playing Time Battles: Pitchers
- 2016 Ottoneu FGpts Rankings – Prospects
AVG. – The average of our four rankings (for the purposes of this exercise "NR" was calculated as a ranking of 55)
Split – Difference
- Rockies Playing Time Battles: Pitchers
- Cardinals Playing Time Battles: Pitchers
- Red Sox Playing Time Battles: Hitters
and a bit of speed.
David Murphy, Brennan Boesch, and Bryce Brentz make up the likely minor-league depth. Brentz is the most intriguing name as a former first-round pick plagued by injuries
- Pirates Playing Time Battles: Pitchers
- 2016 Chicago Cubs Projections
- Blue Jays' Playing Time Battles: Hitters
- Nationals Settle for Daniel Murphy's Adequacy
, but the big thing they've actually done is sign Daniel Murphy, pending a physical. According to reports, it's to be a three-year contract, worth $37.5 million.
You remember Murphy for his
- Cashman Strikes Again
genius, let’s highlight some of his recent gems.
Catcher JR Murphy to the Twins for outfielder Aaron Hicks, November 2015- I like Murphy a lot. He seemed like a great guy, and was a good player
- Daniel Murphy and the Costliest Errors in World Series History
I know this isn't going to help, Mets fans. And I know this might seem like I'm picking on Daniel Murphy which isn't fair because Daniel Murphy, by himself, has never lost the Mets a game and Daniel
- How Unlikely Is Daniel Murphy's Streak?
Daniel Murphy chose a really good time to play some really good baseball. He's hit home runs in six straight games, with a chance to extend that streak once the World Series commences on Tuesday
- Let's Talk About Daniel Murphy
, the two-headed Kershaw/Greinke monster from Los Angeles, the Cubs' young bats, and the Mets' young arms.
Enter, against this backdrop, Mets' second baseman Daniel Murphy, who prior
- A Brief Post Capitalizing on Daniel Murphy's Unlikely Success
The purpose of this post, nominally, is to provide some manner of brief but substantive comment on the exploits of second baseman Daniel Murphy, which player just recorded his sixth home run
- JABO: The Making of Postseason Legend Daniel Murphy
Murphy, who’s not yet one of those household names. An important part of the Mets during the past few years, yes, but never what anyone would call a superstar. Only now, after fueling another Mets win
- JABO: Daniel Murphy's Most Surprising Home Run
The postseason always provides some surprising storylines, but this year, nothing has been more unexpected than Daniel Murphy turning into Babe Ruth. The Mets second baseman is mostly known for his
- Projecting Rockies Call-Ups Cristhian Adames & Tom Murphy
Rockies team: infielder Cristhian Adames and catcher Tom Murphy.
Let's start with 24-year-old Cristhian Adames, who's a good bit closer to being ready for the big leagues than
- Introducing Two New Pitching Metrics: exOUT% and exRP27
- The Daily Grind: Jimenez, Hand, Murphy
Daily DFS - Jimenez
GB / FB Splits
Tomorrow's Targets - Wright, Hand, Murphy, Gose
1. MLBTR League
It hasn't been my best season for traditional
- Carrasco's New Deal, and Why the Yankees Should Do the Same with Pineda
- Daniel Murphy: Underwhelming or underappreciated?
In 2013, Daniel Murphy defied all expectations by vaunting into the top-five tier of fantasy second basemen, making him one of the best bargains at the keystone sack and a tempting draft target back
- Some Optimism for the Arizona Diamondbacks
- On Chris Davis and How He Isn't Hitting Very Well
- Do We All Still Underrate Daniel Murphy?
for draft picks and prospect upgrades. (Without boring you with too many details, each of the 12 teams keeps eight major-league players per year.)
Daniel Murphy is one guy I was openly shopping
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — July 24 — For Draftstreet
- Mike Minor and All the Home Runs
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — July 21 — For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — July 20 — For Draftstreet
- Aaron Sanchez and the Trevor Rosenthal Experiment
- Shortstops With Potential Second-Half Playing Time Gains
- The AL East War Of Attrition
infield help. Daniel Murphy from the cross-town Mets would fit the bill at second, which might be the better play considering they at least have an excellent defensive backup at short already
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — July 10 — For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — July 9 — For Draftstreet
- Jed Lowrie's Power Outage Provides Buy-Low Opportunity
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — July 6 — For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — July 5 — For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — July 3 — For Draftstreet
- Mid-Season Shortstop Tier Rankings
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — June 29 — For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — June 26 — For Draftstreet
- Is Brett Lawrie Putting Himself In Harm's Way?
- Tempering Expectations On A Trio Of Shortstops
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — June 22 — For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — June 19 — For Draftstreet
- Important Life Questions And Brad Miller
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — June 15 — For Draftstreet
- Casey Janssen And The Hyperefficient Save
to find the closest together any instances were. Here are the closest:
Pitches for B2B Saves
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — June 12 — For Draftstreet
- The Disappearance Of J.J. Hardy's Power
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — June 8 — For Draftstreet
- The Giants And High-Leverage Dominance
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — June 5 — For Draftstreet
- 2014 Shortstop Tier Rankings: June
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — June 1 — For Draftstreet
- What Happens When A Pitcher Goes Right Down The Middle?
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — May 29 — For Draftstreet
- Giving Josh Rutledge Another Chance
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — May 25 — For Draftstreet
(Vegas agrees, and the over/under for this one is set at nine).
David Murphy - $5,836
Lonnie Chisenhall - $5,505
Yan Gomes - $5,571
(And Michael Brantley at $8,677 if you can find the cash
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — May 22 — For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — May 18 — For Draftstreet
- San Diego's Historically Tenuous Trio
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — May 15 — For Draftstreet
- Inside Jimmy Rollins' Unlikely Resurgence
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — May 11 — For Draftstreet
- Wasted Pitches and the Pitchers Who Make the Most of Them
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — May 8 — For Draftstreet
- Troy Tulowitzki: A Tier Of His Own
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — April 27 — For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — April 24 — For Draftstreet
- Tightening Brad Miller's Leash
- Martin Perez: Bad Fastball, Awesome Sinker
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — April 20 — For Draftstreet
- Why Would A Pitcher Pitch Against The Shift?
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — April 17 — For Draftstreet
- Giddy Up On Dee Gordon
- Looking At Strikeout Rate Changes After 70 Batters Faced
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — April 13 — For Draftstreet
- Economics and Fantasy Intersect in the Oakland Bullpen
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — April 10 — For Draftstreet
- In the event you don't want to spend on Jays, the Nationals represent a nice opportunity against righty Tom Koehler as well. Koehler doesn't miss bats and, while he's been anything but bad through 162.1
- Step Away From Adeiny Hechavarria
- Relevant Week One Playing Time Surprises
it's tough to see him carving out a 400-PA role. Morgan would be a fine speed play, but Bourn and Michael Brantley are fairly well-entrenched, David Murphy already has the friendly side of a platoon
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — April 6 — For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy — April 3 — For Draftstreet
- 2014 Shortstop Tier Rankings: April
- Daily Fantasy Strategy -- March 30 -- For Draftstreet
- More On Spring Stats And Power, With An Eye on Chris Heisey
- Adding Complexity Doesn't Make Spring Stats More Predictive
- How To Account For Keeper Inflation In Your Auction Draft
- Blake Murphy's 10 Bold Predictions
- Fangraphs Consensus Rankings Spreadsheet With Projection System Averages
- Reflections From A Very Deep, Very Early Auction
- Are We Sure Brett Lawrie's A Top-10 Third Baseman?
- Why David Murphy is the Most Underrated Signing of the Offseason
On November 20th, the Cleveland Indians signed outfielder David Murphy to a 2 year/12 million dollar contract, hoping to see a bounce-back pair of seasons from him after an atrocious 2013
- Blue Jays Rotation: Standing Still On The Speedway
- Blue Jays Bullpen: Good Because It Has To Be
- Cishek Heads Up "Why Not?" Marlins Bullpen
- Royals Rotation: Half Their Payroll, Next To None Of Your Budget
- Chapman Leads Impressive Baker-Free Reds Bullpen
- The Draft Pick Compensation Paradox
have kept David Murphy (2 years, $12M), signed Chris Young (1/$7M) for outfield depth, improved behind the plate with Jarrod Saltalamacchia (3/$21M), and bolstered their rotation with Matt Garza (4
- Just Look Away From The Astros Rotation
- Contract Modeling for the 2014 Free Agent Class
- The Rockies Bullpen - The Dinosaur And Rex
- Can Sergio Santos Take The Closer Job From Casey Janssen?
- The Greatness of Tom Glavine
, you have to search for what those changes could've been. Other times, they flash in blinding neon. Tom Glavine was born in 1966. In June of 1984, he was drafted by the Atlanta Braves. In June of 1984
- Ironically, Velocity Is The Key To R.A. Dickey's Knuckleball
- Shelby Miller And Getting It Together
- Zack Greinke Reverses FIP-ERA Gap But Loses Strikeouts
- Should Kris Medlen Strike Out More Batters?
- David Murphy: A Platoon of His Own
David Murphy ranked 88th among outfielders in Zach Sanders' rankings, worth negative $5. His disappointing season allowed the Cleveland Indians to sign the 32-year-old platoon outfielder
- Can Colby Rasmus Survive A Visit From The BABIP Regression Monster?
- Is David Murphy Fantasy Relevant?
The Indians finalized their two-year, $12 million deal with David Murphy today. He's projected for two wins by Steamer, and in the past that front office has pegged the cost per win much higher than
- Cleveland Signs David Murphy, Continues Loving Platoons
Former Texas Ranger David Murphy has reportedly agreed to a contract with the Cleveland Indians. As of this writing, the details are still coming out, but the deal is said to be for two years
- How Can You Trust A Player Like Alex Rios?
- Kyle Seager's Cold Finish Shouldn't Scare You Off
- Dustin Pedroia Was Excellent, But Is The Power Outage A Concern?
- Daniel Murphy: A Surprise in the Top 5
In his fourth full big league season, Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy finally fulfilled his fantasy promised and delivered great value to his owners. Likely drafted in the last two rounds or simply
- Todd Helton: One Of Fantasy Baseball's First Studs
- Edwin Encarnacion Continues To Walk The Parrot
- Wilin Rosario Is Not Just A Product Of Coors Field
- Matt Wieters And His Frustrating Handedness Splits
- Say Goodbye to J.P. Arencibia, Relevant Fantasy Catcher
- Francisco Liriano: My Fantasy MVP
- Contract Crowdsourcing 2013-14: David Murphy
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: David Murphy.
- 10 Bold Reflections: We suck, we're idiots
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 9/29 – For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 9/28 – For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 9/26 – For Draftstreet
- Final Week Shortstop Plays By Category
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 9/21 – For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 9/19 – For Draftstreet
- Looking back at 2013 shortstop ADPs
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 9/14 – For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 9/12 – For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 9/11 – For Draftstreet
- Breaking down Brad Miller for 2014
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 9/8 – For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 9/7 – For Draftstreet
- Rejected FanGraphs Spin-Offs
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 9/5 – For Draftstreet
- Shortstops: A Quick Look at 2014
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 8/31 – For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 8/29 – For Draftstreet
- Will Hechavarria Ever Have Fantasy Value?
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 8/25 – For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 8/24 – For Draftstreet
- Josh Reddick's Beard Caught Up in WWE's Top Feud
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 8/22 – For Draftstreet
- Yunel Escobar and the Value Gap
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 8/17 – For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 8/15 – For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 8/11 – For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 8/10 – For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 8/8 – For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 8/7 – For Draftstreet
of the “it” that had us Jays fans fawning in 2011, but the daily price is yet to adjust accordingly.
Russell Martin - $6,909
Tom Koehler looks like the guy from Can’t Hardly Wait/Vegas Vacation/Empire Records
- Can Nick Franklin Remain Top-10 at Second and Short?
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 8/3 – For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 8/1 – For Draftstreet
- A More Detailed Look at Jonathan Villar's Fantasy Potential
- Edwin Encarnacion Is Not Your Typical Slugger
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 7/28 – For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 7/27 – For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 7/25 – For Draftstreet
There’s quite a bit of chaos in the Murphy household at the moment, so I didn’t have time to dive into more stadium-specific wind effects, but look for Wrigley Field data on Saturday.
As for today
- Should There Be Any Expectations for Derek Jeter in 2014?
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 7/21 – For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 7/20 – For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – First Half Reflections
- Is Jean Segura a New Jose Reyes?
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 7/14 – For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 7/11 – For Draftstreet
- Meet the New Hanley, Same as the Old Hanley
- Introducing the Adam Dunn Hat Trick
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 7/7 – For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 7/6 – For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 7/4 – For Draftstreet
, but he’s hitting lefties decent and is underpriced given his power potential. If you can make room in the budget for a $10k hitter, Laser Show is a nice target, too.
Daniel Murphy - $6,715
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 7/3 – For Draftstreet
- 2013 Shortstop Tier Rankings: July
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 6/30 – For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 6/29 – For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 6/27 – For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 6/22 – For Draftstreet
- A High-Def Look at Esmil Rogers
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 6/20 – For Draftstreet
in 56-degree weather since cold temperatures drive down scoring, but there are two factors at play here: a 13MPH wind blowing out to right-center, and Tom Koehler. Koehler’s xFIP is stronger than his ERA
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 6/19 – For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 6/16 – For Draftstreet
. Chien-Ming Wang in Arlington? Yes, please. I pegged Crus because despite his 16 homers he comes much cheaper than teammate Adrian Beltre and, curiously, Jeff Baker (plus I’ve been burned on David Murphy
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 6/15 – For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 6/13 – For Draftstreet
. This won’t, nay, can’t be pretty.
David Murphy - $5,128
There’s a similar story here, with no Rangers really being a poor choice. Esmil Rogers has been a pleasant surprise for my Toronto Blue Jays
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 6/12 – For Draftstreet
- Chris Davis and David Murphy, in the [Pitching] Zone
For Chris Davis and David Murphy, “in the zone” doesn’t extend to the mound. Each has a successful pitching performance on his resume, but in neither case was there a feeling of being in command
- Spotted: David Murphy, Possibly Surveying Confederate Dead
While the following image was not definitively taken moments after David Murphy felled Mark Reynolds, that treasonous Reb, at Antietam with one shot from an Enfield rifle, it probably
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 6/9 – For Draftstreet
-weather game with the wind blowing lightly out to left field. And pray there’s no more #freebaseball in these games, unless you want to see David Murphy on the bump again.
The Daily Five
- Daily Fantasy Strategy – 6/6 – For Draftstreet
- Daily Fantasy Strategy - 6/2 - For Draftstreet
- Unintentionally Found: Rob Murphy, OG Stat Nerd
around a couple of ideas for an article. One involved Murphy's internal dialog as he played a text-based computer game. Another had him hacking into the stadium's scoreboard.
But then I did a little
- Daily Fantasy Update – 5/30/13 – For Draftstreet
- Stream, Aim, Fire: Friday and Saturday Streaming Options
- Stream, Aim, Fire: Friday and Saturday Streaming Options
- Stream, Aim, Fire: Friday and Saturday Streaming Options
- Stream, Aim, Fire: Friday and Saturday Streaming Options
- Daniel Murphy & Power Potential
Daniel Murphy has started to command more attention from fantasy owners. He amassed 600 plate appearances for the first time last year and has really locked down the everyday role at second base
- Stream, Aim, Fire: Friday and Saturday Streaming Options
- Stream, Aim, Fire - Thin Weekend Streaming Options
- Stream, Aim, Fire - Friday and Saturday Streaming Options
- Stream, Aim, Fire - First Weekend Streaming Options
- Blake Murphy's 10 Bold Fantasy Predictions
- Position Battle Update: American League
- New York Mets Bullpen: Depth Chart Discussion
- Toronto Blue Jays Bullpen: Depth Chart Discussion
- Detroit Tigers Bullpen: Depth Chart Discussion
- David Murphy: Undrafted
David Murphy hit over .300 with double-digit power and steals last season. He's in line for more playing time with Josh Hamilton gone. He just turned 31, so age is only a slight concern
- David Murphy: Next Ranger In Line For An Extension?
Harrison who stays. They've been aggressive about signing players on the right side of 30 to multi-year extensions while eschewing the guys approaching their decline years. David Murphy could
- Tom Layne and Release Points
velocity and strikeout rate, there are plenty of pitchers that make less gas work by varying speeds, varying location, and varying movement.
Jack Moore did an excellent job of talking about Tom Layne's
- David Murphy & Carlos Villanueva: Waiver Wire
The fantasy season is starting to reach crunch time, so let's begin the week with two players who have recently taken on more prominent roles...
David Murphy | OF | Rangers | Owned: 12% Yahoo
- Q&A: David Murphy, Underrated Ranger
David Murphy isn’t a star. The former first-round draft pick -- 17th overall by the Red Sox in 2003 -- has never been able to establish himself as more than a solid player. Coming into the season
- Tom Wilhelmsen Thrives With Fastball
Tom Wilhelmsen converted his seventh save of the season Monday night against the Orioles, tossing a scoreless ninth inning. The appearance marked his 16th straight without allowing an earned run
- Tom Seaver Has No Friends
MetsBlog.com has a quote from Tom Seaver about Johan Santana's no-hitter:
I’ve never met Johan personally, but, what I’ve heard about him is that he has a big heart and is a huge competitor. I
- A Short, Mediocre Play Featuring Tom Milone
(The curtain rises to reveal TOM MILONE, left-handed pitcher for the Oakland A's.)
TOM MILONE: My name is Tom Milone, of the Oakland baseball club. My ambition is to become a character
- Tom Wilhelmsen, A Good Ottoneu Add
Up until last night, Tom Wilhelmsen was my highest scorer in ottoneu, a league in which I own Ryan Braun, Troy Tulowitzki, Robinson Cano, and Dan Haren, to name a few. Mike Minor's great outing
- Is Tom Milone Worth an Add?
In his first start as an Oakland Athletic, Tom Milone pitched eight shutout innings and allowed just six baserunners, which should prompt him to become a pretty big waiver wire pickup today
- Tom McNamara: Scouting the Mariners Draft
Tom McNamara is playing a major role in the Mariners’ rebuilding efforts. Seattle’s scouting director for each of the past three drafts, McNamara added a franchise cornerstone when he took Dustin
- Book Review: Tom Clark's BASEBALL
found Tom Clark’s Baseball -- over 30 years after it was published.
I’ll cut to the quick: Baseball is a – perhaps the – must-read book for those who appreciate the NotGraphs approach to fanaticism
- Tom Milone and the Whole Velocity Thing
, and recently traded, left-hander Tom Milone.
If, somehow, you're not that sort of person, perhaps you've wandered to this site by accident. In any case, here's a recap of what you would've found
- The Entire World Reacts to a Tom Haudricourt Tweet
With the likelihood increasing that Jimmy Rollins will return to the Phillies and Rafael Furcal won't be signing with the Brewers, beat writer Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
- A Breathless Update on That Signed Tom Milone Hat
Many will enter (bids), only one will leave (with an autographed Tom Milone hat).
The attentive reader, using the part of his brain responsible for memory, will recall how, yesterday, the author
- Josh Hamilton Out - Enter David Murphy
up, David Murphy. Murphy will probably play every day in the outfield for the next two months, and if you go back and pro-rate out his previous years, he looks like he could hit 20+ home runs and steal
- Blurred Expectations Unavoidable for Adam Lind
- What Is Tom Gorzelanny?
After picking up Matt Garza from Tampa Bay, the Cubs were widely expected to trade Tom Gorzelanny in order to free up a spot in the rotation for their newly acquired starter. Today, that expectation
- Vlad, Murphy, And Potential Second Guessers
career, at least for me. Particularly, I wouldn't be surprised if Vlad was now a -25 or -30 outfielder, as Griffey was with Cincinnati in 2007, at least according to UZR. With David Murphy as an aveage
- Can Daniel Murphy Survive BABIP Drop?
Daniel Murphy entered the 2008 season not even among the Mets’ top 10 prospects according to Baseball America. Prospect maven John Sickels gave him a “C” grade but called him a sleeper. Yet Murphy
- The Fruits of Tom Gordon
Tom Gordon has had a noteworthy career, but for today, the discussion is going to focus on three players who have a connection to Tom Gordon that most do not realize. Gio Gonzalez, Ian Kennedy
- Daily Graphing - Tom Glavine
After finish up the second half of 2004 with a 4-7 record and an ERA over 5, many thought it might be nearing the end for Tom Glavine who had been pitching in the majors for 18 years. 2005 started