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  • Gerrit Cole, Max Scherzer... and Caleb Smith?
    in FanGraphs by Craig Edwards - 5/1/2018 -  2
    of the strikeouts leaderboard isn't a surprise. After those two, one finds Marlins pitcher Caleb Smith. Smith is left-hander who was acquired in the offseason in a trade featuring international pool money

  • Quick Looks: Smith & Kingham
    in RotoGraphs by Jeff Zimmerman - 4/30/2018 -  12
    Caleb Smith If I didn't give Smith a Quick Look, I feel I was failing. I watched the 26-year-old lefty's game from the 22nd (good camera angle) when he went 6 IP, 2 ER, 10 K's, and 0 walks

  • Skyrocket Smith
    in NotGraphs by Mississippi Matt Smith - 3/19/2013 -  7
    The Rocket's glare. That's him at top left. Today is the 145th birthday of Skyrocket Smith, first baseman for the 1888 Louisville Colonels, and namesake of my next-born child. These Colonels

  • Caleb Joseph on the Maturation Process
    in FanGraphs by David Laurila - 4/20/2017 -  4
    Caleb Joseph is a classic example of a catcher whose value extends well beyond his raw stats. The 30-year-old Baltimore Orioles backstop isn’t much of a hitter, and while his defensive numbers

  • The Fall of the House of Smith
    in NotGraphs by Mississippi Matt Smith - 4/17/2014 -  6
    a light upon a matter of EVEN GREATER URGENCY, as well as acute personal interest. I write of the Fall of the House of Smith. Remember the halcyon days of the late eighties? (Unsettlingly, some

  • Building a Farm: National League Central
    in FanGraphs by Mark Smith - 3/28/2013 -  26
    50.0 3.0 High Cameron Garfield C 20.00 24 - - - Caleb Gindl OF 20.75 25 40.0 1.0 Low David Goforth RHP 21.00 26 50.0 3.0 High Jesus Sanchez RHP 21.00 27

  • Caleb Joseph Could Be 2016’s Francisco Cervelli
    in RotoGraphs by Scott Spratt - 10/22/2015 -  9
    them to move on in part because of the less-expensive in-house option, Caleb Joseph. Joseph does not fit the mold of a prospect who would inherit the job of a departing veteran. In fact, he is less