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  • Sanchez's Triple
    in FanGraphs by Jack Moore - 10/4/2010 -  22
    I hit the triple and I said, "They're done.' -Jonathan Sanchez, from the Silicon Valley Mercury News In game 162, playing against the division rival for the right to go the playoffs, it wasn't

  • In Defense of Tony Sanchez
    in FanGraphs by Erik Manning - 6/25/2009 -  9
    The Pirates were pilloried for "playing it safe" with their selection of Boston College catcher Tony Sanchez as the 4th overall pick on draft day. Most draft gurus and pundits seemed to think

  • Tigers Retool With Infante, Sanchez
    in FanGraphs by Eno Sarris - 7/23/2012 -  55
    -- a package featuring top prospect Jacob Turner for Anibal Sanchez and Omar Infante -- fills their greatest short-term needs and readies the team for postseason play. Their 83-year-old pizza magnate owner

  • Aaron Sanchez Is Looking Like an Ace
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 6/8/2016 -  10
    they wanted, the Tigers spoke glowingly of Sanchez after the fact. It doesn't get better than an endorsement from Miguel Cabrera. "Oh my God, unbelievable," Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera said. "Whew. Wow

  • Introducing Miguel Angel Sano
    in FanGraphs by R.J. Anderson - 6/11/2009 -  6
    Now that Strasburg-mania is cooling down, the next top amateur player will find out his destination over the next month. 16-year-old shortstop Miguel Angel Sano has been profiled heavily over

  • Anibal Sanchez: Embodiment of the 2015 Tigers
    in FanGraphs by Craig Edwards - 8/11/2015 -  11
    their season: Anibal Sanchez. Injuries to players like Miguel Cabrera and Justin Verlander have played a role in Detroit’s disappointing 54-57 season, but Cabrera hit incredibly well for half

  • Miguel Cabrera's Most Incredible Strength
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 8/15/2013 -  58
    Do you want to see footage of Miguel Cabrera hitting a home run? Of course you do. You're not a monster. Now let me  find the last time he — oh,  right, he hit a homer yesterday. Went yard off John

  • Gary Sanchez and the Persistent Belief in Small Samples
    in FanGraphs by Travis Sawchik - 3/6/2017 -  74
    Perhaps no player in Florida is the object of greater expectations this spring than Gary Sanchez. Consider: in the fantasy baseball world, only Buster Posey is being drafted earlier at catcher

  • Tigers Pick Anibal Sanchez Over Rick Porcello
    in FanGraphs by Jack Moore - 12/14/2012 -  40
    Despite a winding road of reports over the last two days, Anibal Sanchez will remain a Detroit Tiger after all. The club signed the 28-year-old right-hander to a five-year, $80 million deal, keeping

  • The Daily Grind: Cash Games, Sanchez, Lester
    in RotoGraphs by Brad Johnson - 4/23/2015 -  16
    Agenda DFS Cash Game Strategy Daily DFS - Sanchez Tomorrow's Targets - Porcello, Lester, Valencia, Orlando Factor Grid 1. DFS Cash Game Strategy Those of you already playing DFS

  • De La Rosa, Sanchez, and Schumaker: DL Fliers
    in RotoGraphs by Dan Wade - 3/20/2012 -  1
    . The unpredictability of injuries -- I see you Miguel Cabrera -- means that giving over the only injury refuge on the roster to someone like a Brett Anderson or Dallas Braden produces the wicked choice

  • Aaron Sanchez or Aaron Sanchez?
    in NotGraphs by Jeremy Blachman - 7/29/2014 -  5
    , now maybe too experienced and/or risky to be considered one. 8. Is on my fantasy team. 9. Eats food. 10. Cooks food. Aaron Sanchez: 1,3,5,9,10,maybe 7 Aaron Sanchez: 2,4,6,7,8,probably

  • Miguel Castro, Roberto Osuna and the A-Ball Jump
    in FanGraphs by Chris Mitchell - 3/16/2015 -  12
    to go to the winner of a competition featuring Daniel Norris, Aaron Sanchez and Marco Estrada. Presumably, at least one of the losers would help fill out the Jays' bullpen. But sans Stroman, Toronto

  • Sanchez, Strikeouts and Pitch Counts: The Tigers Take Game One
    in FanGraphs by David Laurila - 10/13/2013 -  14
    the order against Anibal Sanchez, Red Sox hitters saw 4, 5, 5, 6, 6, 5, 5, 4 and 6 pitches respectively. Thanks in part to the Detroit righthander’s overpowering stuff, it wasn’t until the 40th pitch

  • Anchoring Miguel
    in FanGraphs by Eric Seidman - 9/15/2008 -  4
    is doing. It is with this in mind that I bring up Miguel Cabrera of the Tigers, the offensively-talented youngster that is usually thought of as a force to be reckoned with when he steps up to the plate

  • Gary Sanchez Is No Jesus Montero
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 8/24/2016 -  29
    stood as a cautionary tale to those who've been high on Gary Sanchez. Not only did they rise through the same system -- Montero and Sanchez have had similar roles and similar strengths, with similar

  • Breakout candidate: Jonathan Sanchez
    in RotoGraphs by Peter Bendix - 11/10/2008 -  14
    Jonathan Sanchez misses a LOT of bats. Unfortunately, sometimes that’s because he throws too many balls. But he also induces a lot of strikeouts. And he’s primed to break out in 2009. Sanchez

  • Anibal Sanchez and the Rebuilding Cubs
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 12/13/2012 -  28
    that Anibal Sanchez was signing with the Cubs. That comes from Bob Nightengale. Nightengale has written up a whole article about this, but no one else is yet confirming his report -- Ken Rosenthal says

  • Gary Sanchez as Rookie of the Year
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 9/20/2016 -  71
    contender, who goes by the name of Gary Sanchez. Sanchez wasn't supposed to get to this point. He'd made one single appearance before the month of August. But -- well, you know. You know all about Gary

  • Scouting Jonathan Sanchez
    in RotoGraphs by David Golebiewski - 12/28/2009 -  16
    Prior to July 10th, 2009, Giants southpaw Jonathan Sanchez was just a high-octane, low-command curiosity to those outside of the Bay Area. No-hitters have a way of raising one's profile, however

  • The Ridiculousness of Aaron Sanchez's Sinker
    in FanGraphs by August Fagerstrom - 8/22/2016 -  15
    Aaron Sanchez was optioned to High-A Dunedin over the weekend, though of course that's not indicative of his performance at work. Sanchez is a legitimate Cy Young contender this year, maybe even

  • Anibal Sanchez's Value
    in RotoGraphs by David Golebiewski - 6/17/2010 -  0
    Anibal Sanchez has endured a star-crossed career. The former Red Sox farmhand, picked up by the Marlins as part of the Josh Beckett/Mike Lowell/Hanley Ramirez mega-deal in November of 2005, punched

  • Winter Signings: Freddy Sanchez
    in RotoGraphs by Marc Hulet - 11/2/2009 -  7
    The San Francisco Giants re-signed second baseman Freddy Sanchez to a two-year deal late last week. The deal is worth $12 million in total, and it eliminates an $8.1 million option that the club held

  • Anibal Sanchez Is Finally Healthy
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 8/20/2010 -  4
    In 2006, Anibal Sanchez burst on the scene as a 22-year-old, throwing a no-hitter and posting a 2.83 ERA in his rookie season, though his xFIP was two runs higher than his ERA. He never really had

  • Anibal Sanchez: The Race-Changer
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 6/28/2011 -  24
    Johnson has garnered the headlines, his rotation mate Anibal Sanchez has quietly matured into a terrific pitcher in his own right. His career has been cut short by numerous injuries, but as we noted last

  • Freddy Sanchez for... Who?! Seriously?
    in FanGraphs by Marc Hulet - 7/29/2009 -  187
    baseman Freddy Sanchez head from the Pirates to the Giants, these comments were made from some of Fangraphs' finest: "What the hell?" "The best pitching prospect of the day doesn't get traded

  • What's Wrong with Gary Sanchez?
    in Community by Jake Greenberg - 7/9/2018 -  0
    To the shock of many around baseball, "The Kraken" has been tamed so far in 2018. Before hitting the shelf with a groin injury in late June, Gary Sanchez had been in the midst of an extended scuffle

  • Anibal Sanchez Moves to the AL
    in RotoGraphs by Jeff Zimmerman - 7/24/2012 -  8
    Yesterday, Anibal Sanchez was traded to the Detroit Tigers. It was a bold move by the Tigers to help them make the playoffs. Today, I am going to look at a few changes that can be expected from him

  • What's Right With Anibal Sanchez?
    in FanGraphs by Eno Sarris - 5/10/2011 -  15
    Is it possible that, 500-plus innings into the career of Anibal Sanchez, we only know as much about his true talent level as your typical sophomore starter? It's something worth pondering, because

  • The Mets Meet Anibal Sanchez
    in FanGraphs by R.J. Anderson - 8/27/2009 -  20
    a slimmer of playoff hopes and sit pretty at second place in the National League East. Anibal Sanchez isn’t great (4.72 FIP and 5.38 tRA in 41 innings this year) but against the Mets lineup, it looked like

  • Four Degrees of Miguel Batista = Miguel Batista
    in NotGraphs by Jeremy Blachman - 4/24/2012 -  5
    As I notice that 41-year-old Miguel Batista started the first game of yesterday's Mets-Giants doubleheader... Batista's first game was as a member of the Pirates in 1992, where he pitched two

  • New Miguel Cabrera: Old Miguel Cabrera?
    in RotoGraphs by Eno Sarris - 10/17/2014 -  5
    Miguel Cabrera was the third-best first baseman this year by our end-of-year evaluations, but his owners paid first-best fantasy player prices. Take a look at his isolated power -- the main missing

  • Miguel Olivo Hulk Smash
    in NotGraphs by Eno Sarris - 5/1/2013 -  5
    Miguel Olivo thought his bat could have done a better job Tuesday, so he told him so. Apologies to Carlos Perez, but Brian Wilson's feedback to the water cooler on July first, 2011

  • The Rather Prepossessing Miguel Batista
    in NotGraphs by Dayn Perry - 7/8/2012 -  11
    When you lay rheumy eyes upon Miguel Batista's abovely pictured Gentleman's Ensemble, the first words upon your lips -- upon them like libidinous kisses from Joan Collins and Adrienne Barbeau

  • Aaron Sanchez Figured Something Out
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 4/6/2018 -  17
    Among the reasons for optimism in Toronto is that Aaron Sanchez is back. Sure, you never really know when any pitcher will stay good and healthy, but Sanchez was able to start just eight games

  • What Went Wrong With Jonathan Sanchez
    in FanGraphs by Wendy Thurm - 7/18/2012 -  29
    On Tuesday afternoon, the Kansas City Royals designated left-handed starter Jonathan Sanchez for assignment. The Royals, of course, acquired Sanchez and rightleft-handed pitcher Ryan Verdugo from

  • Merry Dissmas, Miguel Batista
    in NotGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 3/21/2011 -  1
    , concerning Miguel Batista's fastball velocity (or lack thereof). Regard: Inspired choice by Mr. Desmond, I think, to go with Iowa there. Everyone knows that Miss California generally brings

  • A New Low for Miguel Cabrera
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 5/20/2013 -  78
    is that Miguel Cabrera clubbed three dingers. That sort of game for Cabrera shouldn't come as a surprise, but it's a bigger surprise than the Rangers beating the Tigers. Cabrera's individual effort has

  • Projecting Both Miguel Tejada's
    in FanGraphs by Eric Seidman - 7/23/2008 -  2
    One of the odder stories this season was the revelation that former MVP shortstop Miguel Tejada is actually two years older than the public had been to led to believe. Despite the questionable

  • Aaron Sanchez Aced His Test
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 4/6/2016 -  13
    to write about Aaron Sanchez's secondary stuff, regardless of how he actually did on Tuesday. The way I figured, one way or the other, it was going to be worth an article. Now, what I didn't know

  • Sanchez versus Syndergaard: Prospect Showdown
    in FanGraphs by JD Sussman - 2/18/2013 -  43
    require Travis d'Arnaud to make a deal, but would they demand another player, too? Noah Syndergaard and Aaron Sanchez vaulted up prospect lists this season as pitchers in the Lansing Lugnuts' rotation

  • Gary Sanchez Was the Rookie of Your Heart
    in FanGraphs by Nicolas Stellini - 11/15/2016 -  10
    , and his underlying metrics are decently fond of him. Here's to you, Mr. Fulmer. You shoved. You earned it. But damn if Gary Sanchez wasn't really good too. If you read this site, you're almost

  • Miguel Olivo's Hat Trick
    in FanGraphs by R.J. Anderson - 9/4/2009 -  10
    There’s an old saying about patience being a virtue. Over the years we’ve established that possessing plate patience is a virtue too, one that some players, like Miguel Olivo undoubtedly lacks

  • The Temporary Solution to Miguel Cabrera
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 4/29/2014 -  15
    During their time together, much was written about Miguel Cabrera, Prince Fielder, and the idea of lineup protection. In theory, by having Fielder right behind him, Cabrera would get more hittable

  • More on Miguel Batista
    in NotGraphs by Jeremy Blachman - 4/26/2012 -  1
    I did not expect the deluge of e-mail I received following my Miguel Batista piece on Tuesday. (Okay, it was one e-mail.) Jon Daly of the excellent Designated Sitter blog linked me to his

  • Aaron Sanchez's Place in Toronto's Rotation
    in FanGraphs by August Fagerstrom - 3/24/2016 -  44
    Aaron Sanchez wants to be a starter. Most pitchers want to be a starter. Jesse Chavez and Gavin Floyd want to be starters, too, and they all might deserve it, which is the current conundrum

  • Gary Sanchez's Season Is Not As Bad As It Looks
    in RotoGraphs by Al Melchior - 6/19/2018 -  4
    It's hard to put a good spin on Gary Sanchez rolling into late June as the seventh-ranked catcher in Roto value (per ESPN's Player Rater), but while his season has been disappointing, it has its

  • Miguel Cabrera's Unsuccessful Readjustment
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 10/16/2013 -  9
    Speaking literally, Miguel Cabrera is still the same guy. He still responds to the same name, he still has the same identification. He still drives the same car, or cars. He's still got the same

  • Miguel Cabrera's Curious Splits
    in FanGraphs by Corinne Landrey - 6/24/2016 -  11
    named Miguel Cabrera and the absurdity dwelling beneath it. Prior to the start of the season, our Depth Chart projections spit out a 2016 projected slash line of .310/.393/.524 for Cabrera, which

  • Gaby Sanchez Does Not Want to Be a Placeholder
    in FanGraphs by Joe Pawlikowski - 6/25/2010 -  5
    the prospect for an upgrade at another position? This feeling has to grow intensity for a player who just won the position. That appears to be the case for Marlins first baseman Gaby Sanchez

  • Rockies, Royals Swap Guthrie, Sanchez
    in FanGraphs by Paul Swydan - 7/20/2012 -  19
    Jeremy Guthrie and Jonathan Sanchez -- both acquired in deals this past offseason -- were supposed to help the Rockies and Royals, respectively, find some stability in their rotations. That never

  • 2009 Impact Rookies: Gaby Sanchez
    in RotoGraphs by Marc Hulet - 2/16/2009 -  0
    the time a player enters his first or second year of arbitration eligibility. The first-base position is no different this season, with Gaby Sanchez as the favorite to replace the dearly-departed Mike

  • The A's Against the Shell of Miguel Cabrera
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 10/10/2013 -  58
    they've been dealing with. By the end, nobody's healthy. Tony Paul's suspicion is that, whenever the Tigers are done playing baseball, everyone will come clean about what's going on with Miguel

  • Anibal Sanchez: A Strikeout Rate To Believe In?
    in RotoGraphs by J.P. Breen - 5/17/2013 -  6
    Among qualified starters, right-hander Anibal Sanchez has arguably been the best pitcher in all of baseball. His 1.45 FIP leads Major League Baseball, and if you're one who favors SIERA over FIP, his

  • Miguel Sano is Murdering Baseballs
    in RotoGraphs by Randy Holt - 5/10/2017 -  5
    Miguel Sano has been an absolute terror at the plate this season. Sure, there are flaws in his game and those may never go away. But the early results have been tremendous for a guy who seems to do

  • Miguel Sano, Defensive Superstar
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 3/14/2017 -  23
    I'm going to be up front with you: that headline is seriously misleading. Based on what we can tell, Miguel Sano is probably not a good defensive player. Last year, though, to try and get the club's

  • Miguel Cabrera's Best
    in FanGraphs by R.J. Anderson - 7/2/2010 -  56
    The 2009 season ended poorly for Miguel Cabrera. An arrest and the Tigers’ collapse coincided with the worst month of his season which wasn’t all that poor by anyone else’s standards. The dialect

  • The Padres and Miguel Tejada
    in FanGraphs by R.J. Anderson - 7/20/2010 -  17
    Padres’ beat writer Corey Brock tweeted yesterday afternoon that the team has interest in Miguel Tejada. Truthfully it’s hard to understand why. Tejada could potentially take third base or maybe

  • The Legend of the Legendary Miguel Cairo
    in FanGraphs by Matt Klaassen - 2/15/2013 -  16
    The impossible finally happened. Miguel Cairo retired. Cairo hung on for 17 seasons -- he made his debut the season after Mariano Rivera. One would be hard-pressed to find one season in which he

  • Miguel Cabrera: Developing Predator
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 2/27/2014 -  84
    This began with an observation: Since 2008 -- covering the bulk of the reliable PITCHf/x era -- Miguel Cabrera has swung at just under 47% of pitches with the bases empty, and just over 53

  • Aaron Sanchez and the Trevor Rosenthal Experiment
    in FanGraphs by Blake Murphy - 7/18/2014 -  9
    On Thursday night, preseason consensus top-50 prospect Aaron Sanchez made his first appearance of the season out of the bullpen for the Buffalo Bisons, the Triple-A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays

  • Miguel Cabrera's Trade Value
    in FanGraphs by Matt Klaassen - 11/24/2009 -  51
    Miguel Cabrera getting a first place MVP vote is pretty silly. That said, as a player, dude is awesome. He's not Keith Hernandez with the glove or Willie Wilson on the basepaths, but in case you

  • Miguel Cabrera's MoTown Hacking
    in RotoGraphs by David Golebiewski - 12/3/2008 -  0
    Since bursting onto the scene as a precocious 20 year-old and helping the Florida Marlins capture a World Series title in 2003, Miguel Cabrera has remained an offensive powerhouse. A career .309/.381

  • Miguel Cabrera Strikes Back
    in FanGraphs by R.J. Anderson - 6/18/2009 -  12
    Sometimes trades fail to work out immediately. Dave Dombrowski traded the farm prior to the 2008 season for Miguel Cabrera and Dontrelle Willis – the perceived final pieces of a championship puzzle

  • The Miguel Tejada Trade
    in FanGraphs by Eno Sarris - 7/30/2010 -  9
    In the blockbuster to end all blockbusters, the San Diego Padres acquired Miguel Tejada for double-A pitcher Wynn Pelzer on Thursday night. Damn hot tub, it’s not 2004 any more, and now this is more

  • Buying Low on Miguel Cabrera
    in FanGraphs by Eno Sarris - 7/25/2017 -  11
    At 34, in the middle of his worst season so far and with $200 million left on his contract, Miguel Cabrera hasn't inspired many trade rumors this year -- and perhaps rightfully so. But that doesn't

  • His Royal Highness, Jonathan Sanchez
    in RotoGraphs by Dan Wade - 11/8/2011 -  6
    league, that’s not exactly fantasy relevant. Also, if you’re in a league that counts front office members, tell me in the comments, I’d love to see that.) The Sanchez-for-Cabrera swap, on the other hand

  • Gary Sanchez Should Bat Second
    in Community by Alek Miletic - 1/21/2017 -  0
    this situation and they have provided a solid solution, but they almost immediately toss out the idea of Gary Sanchez batting there for one reason or another, while Sanchez is most deserving

  • Can Sanchez Hold Off Morrison?
    in RotoGraphs by Brian Joura - 4/7/2010 -  2
    for Rookie of the Year Award honors this year with Gaby Sanchez, who won the first base job in Spring Training. Most people consider Logan Morrison to be the Marlins’ first baseman of the future

  • The Latest Miguel Cabrera Bummer
    in FanGraphs by Jay Jaffe - 6/13/2018 -  10
    The rebuilding Tigers weren’t headed anywhere in particular, quickly or slowly, in 2018, but whatever their eventual destination, Miguel Cabrera won’t be going with them. In the third inning

  • Estimating a Miguel Montero Extension
    in FanGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 1/31/2012 -  6
    Arizona Diamondbacks catcher Miguel Montero narrowly avoided his arbitration hearing today, agreeing with the club to a one-year, $5.9 million deal for 2012 -- i.e. Montero's last year of team

  • Miguel Andujar Is Available
    in FanGraphs by Craig Edwards - 12/11/2018 -  68
    to get younger as they try to rebuild for the future. The player who might be headed to Miami? That would be Miguel Andujar. [embed] https://twitter.com/Ken_Rosenthal/status/1072519778298986503

  • Haunting Miguel Cabrera
    in NotGraphs by Robert J. Baumann - 11/19/2012 -  2
    to be fit and so I eat good things. Lean meats, raw vegetables or steamed ones, mango smoothies, many fruit smoothies -- sometimes one cookie at night if I hit a homerun. A cookie per homerun, Miguel, I tell

  • The Unassuming Miguel Montero
    in RotoGraphs by Howard Bender - 11/14/2012 -  1
    in the business, I'll stick with Zach Sanders' Catcher End of Season Rankings and scroll on down to a personal favorite of mine, at number seven, Miguel Montero. If you've owned him at any point over the last

  • The New Miguel Montero
    in RotoGraphs by Michael Barr - 5/12/2014 -  7
    . In several of these leagues, my almost close-your-eyes-hold-your-nose-and-pick at catcher was Miguel Montero, who as you are probably well aware is producing like an elite backstop right now

  • Miguel Cabrera and Intentional Walks
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 9/15/2010 -  87
    the field for the first five months of the season, leaving no real argument for anyone else. Now, though, as he stands on the sidelines, people have begun to make a case for Miguel Cabrera. Since most

  • Diamondbacks Extend Miguel Montero
    in FanGraphs by Eric Seidman - 5/28/2012 -  12
    The Diamondbacks signed Miguel Montero to a five-year, $60 million extension over the weekend. The richest deal in Diamondbacks franchise history effectively keeps Montero in Arizona for the rest

  • Miguel Cabrera and the Inevitable Decline
    in Community by Michael Augustine - 2/2/2018 -  7
    Miguel Cabrera had a tough 2017. Could his decline be due to regression? Age? Could it be the back problems he allegedly played through? Or, was he just plain unlucky? Knee-jerk assumption

  • Gary Sanchez Shows Some Punch
    in FanGraphs by Jay Jaffe - 4/12/2018 -  40
    In a game that will be remembered more for a bench-clearing seventh-inning brawl between the beasts of the AL East — we'll get to that, you blood-lusting rubberneckers — Gary Sanchez scored some

  • Miguel Sano is Too Big
    in NotGraphs by David G. Temple - 3/21/2013 -  0

  • The Daily Grind: Sanchez, Gee, Fister
    in RotoGraphs by Robert J. Baumann - 5/2/2015 -  9
    Agenda Three Minor Leaguer Catchers Daily DFS - Sanchez, de la Rosa GB / FB Splits Tomorrow's Targets - Gee, Fister, Forsythe, Iglesias Factor Grid   1. Three Minor League

  • Miguel Batista on Literary Theory, by Memory
    in NotGraphs by Eno Sarris - 7/2/2012 -  3
    [All quotes are approximate, the recorder was not running for this one.] Me: Hey Miguel what are you reading. [Hands me Lost Angel in Spanish] Me: I have no Spanish -- something about

  • Slideshow: Miguel Sano Is Too Big
    in NotGraphs by David G. Temple - 3/21/2013 -  15
    Nineteen-year-old Miguel Sano was drafted signed as a shortstop. He was then seen as oversized for that position, so he was moved to third base. As the above photo -- where he is compared

  • Yankees Gary Sanchez Draws Mixed Reviews
    in FanGraphs by Mike Newman - 4/20/2012 -  11
    The third time was the charm in Rome, Georgia as Gary Sanchez finally donned the tools of ignorance and led the Charleston Yankees against the Rome Braves. Having missed him twice previously, I found

  • Miguel Cairo Falls Prey to The Move
    in NotGraphs by Patrick Dubuque - 8/24/2012 -  6
    never tried it against Miguel Cairo. From last night's Reds-Phillies game, bottom of the ninth, man on first: Your browser does not support iframes. There's just so much happening in those first

  • Joe Maddon Trolls Miguel Cabrera
    in NotGraphs by Bradley Woodrum - 7/1/2013 -  17
    BACKSTORY: After the Detroit Tigers acquired the final out against the Tampa Bay Rays last Friday, third baseman Miguel Cabrera mimed appeared to mime, but may not have mimed the signature "arrow

  • Seriously, Someone Voted For Miguel Cabrera?
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 11/23/2009 -  148
    For Jon Heyman and the rest of the reactionary "Keith Law should lose his ballot" crowd, I present the following comparison between Joe Mauer and Miguel Cabrera. Singles: Mauer +2 Doubles

  • Aaron Sanchez Will Try to Save the Blue Jays' Season
    in FanGraphs by Craig Edwards - 10/18/2016 -  5
    A year ago, mentioning Aaron Sanchez and "save" in the same sentence might have been regarded as a commentary on the right hander's potential future in the closer role. After excelling in the bullpen

  • Has Jonathan Sanchez Been the Same Pitcher?
    in FanGraphs by Albert Lyu - 1/19/2011 -  63
    ERA in order to make a quick evaluation. Jonathan Sanchez has improved his ERA dramatically in the past few seasons, going from a 5.01 ERA in 2008 to a 4.24 ERA in 2009 to a 3.07 ERA in 2010. When

  • Cuban Defector SS Yolbert Sanchez Cleared to Sign
    in FanGraphs by Eric Longenhagen and Kiley McDaniel - 1/22/2019 -  9
    Sources tell FanGraphs that earlier today, Cuban defector shortstop Yolbert Sanchez was cleared by MLB to sign with clubs starting on February 5. He's scheduled to hold private workouts

  • Miguel Cabrera's Best Season Yet
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 6/27/2013 -  125
    , home runs, and runs batted in. Unfortunately, being pro-Mike Trout meant that we were perceived to be inherently anti-Miguel Cabrera. It's not that we had anything against Cabrera, but he became

  • Jonathan Sanchez Isn't As Good As His K%
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 11/7/2011 -  60
    From 2008 to 2011, Jonathan Sanchez has the fourth highest strikeout rate (24.1%) of any starting pitcher in baseball (500 IP minimum), ranking behind only Tim Lincecum, Clayton Kershaw, and Yovani

  • Nationals Get Anibal Sanchez To Replace Tanner Roark
    in FanGraphs by Craig Edwards - 12/21/2018 -  14
    replacement in Anibal Sanchez. A year ago, nobody wanted Sanchez, but some changes to his pitch-mix revived his career, and now the Nationals have rewarded those changes and the upside Sanchez brings

  • Miguel Cabrera's Ridiculous Plate Coverage
    in FanGraphs by Drew Sheppard - 5/24/2013 -  90
    ­Coming off the first batting Triple Crown in 45 years, Miguel Cabrera ­is making a bid to  be the first hitter to do so in consecutive seasons.  He currently leads the American League in batting

  • Bryce Harper and Miguel Cabrera, at 22
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 5/18/2015 -  37
    levels of production. But it's worth noting that even when he does, Harper will have essentially replicated the first couple of years of Miguel Cabrera's career. Here are their career numbers through

  • A More Selective Miguel Sano Is Crushing It
    in FanGraphs by Travis Sawchik - 5/16/2017 -  19
    CLEVELAND - Miguel Sano knows what he wants. In the visiting team quarters in Progressive Field, there's a small kitchen — like something you might find in a World War II-era submarine

  • Miguel Cabrera's Terrible and Understandable Contract
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 3/28/2014 -  324
    Yesterday, the Tigers agreed to make Miguel Cabrera the highest paid player in baseball history. If you look at the entirety of their future financial commitments to him as one single entity rather

  • Yankees Call Up Powerful Catcher Gary Sanchez
    in FanGraphs by Chris Mitchell - 5/13/2016 -  15
    The Yankees have called up 23-year-old Dominican-born catching prospect Gary Sanchez from the minor leagues. Sanchez was off to an excellent start in Triple-A this year, slashing .288/.336/.541 in 27

  • Time for Giants to Part Ways with Hector Sanchez
    in Community by Ben Kaspick - 8/20/2014 -  1
    San Francisco Giants backup catcher Hector Sanchez is a ball magnet. Every single time he plays — and this is no exaggeration — he takes a savage beating behind home plate. Foul tips rock his

  • Miguel Cabrera vs Comerica Park
    in RotoGraphs by Andrew Perpetua - 1/25/2018 -  13
    that this trend may be focused in right field, but perhaps not. Either way, you see Miguel Cabrera topping the xwOBA leaderboards on Baseball Savant, and xOBA leaderboards on xStats while his true results

  • Projecting Yankees Catching Prospect Gary Sanchez
    in FanGraphs by Chris Mitchell - 9/14/2015 -  14
    clubs were eliminated from their respective playoffs. The most notable of the rookies called up over the weekend was probably Gary Sanchez, a catcher in the Yankees organization. Sanchez has been

  • Pirates Take Calculated Risk In Acquiring Sanchez
    in FanGraphs by Paul Swydan - 7/31/2012 -  18
    that essentially swap out Casey McGehee for Gaby Sanchez. The first, and more important deal, sends outfielder Gorkys Hernandez and a 2013 competitive balance draft picks to the Marlins for Gaby

  • Gary Sanchez Does New York City
    in RotoGraphs by Brad Johnson - 10/25/2016 -  4
    Gary Sanchez wasn't the most valuable catcher in 2016. He earned his owners just $8.60 per the FanGraphs Auction Calculator. He also posted a ludicrous .299/.379/.657 line with 20 home runs 34 runs

  • Is Miguel Sano Hurt or Just Struggling?
    in FanGraphs by Eno Sarris - 8/11/2017 -  29
    position players have produced that many since the first of July, more or less. If you look at exit velocity in two halves, Miguel Sano's name jumps off the list. In a bad way. But why? Here

  • Miguel Cabrera vs. Jonathan Schoop
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 10/3/2014 -  13
    Miguel Cabrera tries to score from first fails Tigers lose 7-6 Cabrera was gunned down on the relay by Jonathan Schoop. Had he remained at third -- with nobody out -- then the Tigers would've

  • Gary Sanchez Isn't a Superstar Yet and That's Fine
    in FanGraphs by Travis Sawchik - 6/9/2017 -  31
    Brilliance in small samples can be intoxicating. Case in point: in a poll conducted by ESPN this preseason, 41% of respondents predicted Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez would slug between 31-40 homers

  • Let's Talk About Miguel Sano
    in FanGraphs by Paul Swydan - 8/14/2015 -  21
    -Ho Kang, Randal Grichuk are Carlos Correa getting lots of pub, it seems as though Miguel Sano has not generated the same volume of coverage nationally as have his peers. And that's a shame, because

  • Miguel Sano's Other Elite Skill
    in FanGraphs by August Fagerstrom - 2/1/2016 -  12
    Miguel Sano didn't exactly sneak up on the league. The massive 22-year-old Dominican slugger had been considered a top-100 overall prospect in baseball for each of the last six seasons, a top-20

  • Miguel Sano Brings the Thunder to Double-A
    in RotoGraphs by Al Skorupa - 6/13/2013 -  32
    reservations or doubts about saying Miguel Sano has 80 power. I’m confident that in my old age if someone asks me who had the most power I ever saw that the name “Sano” will quickly come to mind

  • Miguel Olivo Is Happy August Is Over
    in FanGraphs by Matt Klaassen - 9/3/2010 -  8
    Miguel Olivo is having a nice season at the plate (if you believe in defensive metrics for catchers, he's also having a good season behind the plate, but this post is about offense) for the Colorado

  • Miguel Almonte: Complete Pitching Prospect
    in RotoGraphs by Nathaniel Stoltz - 8/22/2013 -  4
    Royals pitching prospect Miguel Almonte entered the year as the #10 prospect in the Kansas City system according to Baseball America, and it's hard to argue that he deserves to fall from that perch

  • What To Expect From Gary Sanchez In 2017
    in RotoGraphs by Andrew Perpetua - 2/2/2017 -  22
    , but they are all about guys with truly phenomenal rookie seasons. Emphasis on season. Gary Sanchez, well, he was just a little bit different. Gary Sanchez put up similar power numbers to a lot of those guys I

  • Reports From Instructs: Miguel Sano
    in FanGraphs by Kiley McDaniel - 12/31/2012 -  18
    competition so the most entertaining Twins prospect to watch was Miguel Sano. Sano has had plenty of fanfare himself after he signed for $3.15 million as a 16-year-old in 2009 after highly contentious

  • When Ryan Zimmerman is Miguel Cabrera
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 4/9/2015 -  20
    right down the middle: Player Home Runs Miguel Cabrera 21 Ryan Zimmerman 17 Delmon Young 7 Matt Holliday 7 Michael Young 6 Nelson Cruz 6 It's a two-man

  • Carlos Sanchez & Marcus Semien: Deep League Wire
    in RotoGraphs by Mike Podhorzer - 8/27/2014 -  7
    . Carlos Sanchez | 2B/SS CHW | CBS 2% Owned Sanchez has started every game at second base since Beckham was traded, while possible competitor for the job Leury Garcia hasn't even received an at-bat

  • Miguel Cairo Proves Useful for the Reds
    in FanGraphs by Joe Pawlikowski - 8/3/2010 -  6
    Chris Heisey (6.6 wRAA), Ryan Hanigan (4.3 wRAA), and Miguel Cairo (4.0 wRAA). These players have played an important complementary role on offense, bringing above-average production to supplement

  • Miguel Cabrera's Power Dips Again
    in RotoGraphs by Mike Podhorzer - 10/28/2015 -  1
    Miguel Cabrera hasn't just been one of baseball's best hitters over the last ten years, he has also remained amazingly consistent. As fantasy owners, we're used to our top picks disappointing us

  • Miguel Montero and the Victor Martinez Contract
    in FanGraphs by Matt Klaassen - 3/30/2012 -  15
    Contract extension talks between catcher Miguel Montero and the Arizona Diamondbacks reportedly ended without a resolution this spring. Montero is said to be looking for something like the four-year

  • Willie McCovey's Advantage over Gary Sanchez
    in FanGraphs by David Laurila - 11/14/2016 -  0
    Gary Sanchez may or may not be named American League Rookie of the Year tonight. Either way, the New York Yankees catcher made a huge splash in his truncated campaign. In 53 games, he slashed .299

  • Deep League Waiver Wire: Sanchez and Suzuki
    in RotoGraphs by Rylan Edwards - 6/14/2016 -  1
    . Gary Sanchez (1% Yahoo, 0.7% ESPN, 12% CBS) – one of the best pieces of player news I read last week was a recent report that the Yankees’ top catching prospect started fielding grounders at first while

  • Gary Sanchez Homers His Way Into History
    in RotoGraphs by Mike Podhorzer - 8/29/2016 -  14
    Shockingly, it has been nearly 100 plate appearances since Gary Sanchez was recalled by the Yankees for a full-time role and this is his first dedicated RotoGraphs post. Of course, in itself

  • The Ones We Missed: Gerrit Cole & Anibal Sanchez
    in RotoGraphs by Jeff Zimmerman - 10/5/2018 -  11
    the outcome?  I’m going to start with two pitchers who had smoking guns, I wrote about the smoking guns, and then I totally ignored them. The two starters are Gerrit Cole and Anibal Sanchez. Back

  • The Freshmen Report: Lobstein, Sanchez, Smith, Tomas
    in RotoGraphs by Marc Hulet - 5/15/2015 -  1
    is getting closer to returning from the disabled list so Lobstein may have to shift to the bullpen in June, unless (or, perhaps, until) another injury crops up. Carlos Sanchez, 2B, White Sox

  • Pitchers Trending Down: Kimbrel, Gausman, & Sanchez
    in RotoGraphs by Jeff Zimmerman - 4/23/2018 -  20
    until his velocity and first strike rate improve. He’s always toed the edge of being a startable pitcher. He’s not startable now. Aaron Sanchez Blister boy is back and the results aren’t good

  • 2nd Basemen Making an Impact: Sanchez, Cabrera and Lopez
    in RotoGraphs by Jeff Zimmerman - 4/13/2011 -  2
    as fantasy options and here is a look at a few of them. Owned % is from Yahoo Stats are AB/AVG/HR/SB Angel Sanchez - 15% owned – 43/0.395/1/1 – Sanchez stepped in once Clint Barmes (hand) went

  • The Daily Grind: Keeper Nonsense, Sanchez, Hutch, Ethier
    in RotoGraphs by Brad Johnson - 7/8/2015 -  24
    Agenda A Quick Programming Note Keeper Values Daily DFS - Sanchez, Fiers, Hutchison Tomorrow's Targets - Anderson, Holmberg, Ethier, Peterson Factor Grid 1. A Quick Programming

  • Q&A: Aaron Sanchez, Jays Top Pitching Prospect
    in FanGraphs by David Laurila - 11/5/2012 -  7
    Aaron Sanchez is the top pitching prospect in the Toronto Blue Jays system for a reason. That reason is power, as the 20-year-old right-hander features a mid-90s fastball and a sharp-breaking

  • Tomlin, Peralta, Baker, Sanchez, Santana: DLWW
    in RotoGraphs by Jeff Zimmerman - 9/19/2011 -  1
    % owned) and Jonathan Sanchez (Ankle - 35.6% owned) – Both look to return this season, but will be limited to bullpen use only. Owners planning on starts from them will need to look else where. Johan

  • Miguel Cabrera Gets Robbed: A Tale of Consequences
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 9/27/2012 -  55
    out, is embeddable, owing to MLB.com's Keep-'Em-Guessing embeddable video policy. That's Alex Gordon going up and taking a home run away from Miguel Cabrera. While this home run would've broken

  • HitTracking Miguel Olivo's Raburn-Aided Home Run
    in NotGraphs by Jack Moore - 4/27/2011 -  6
    In case you missed it, Miguel Olivo hit what will surely be in the running for Funniest Homer of 2011 in yesterday's Mariners/Tigers game. You can check the video here. Of course, when it comes

  • Tommy John to Have Miguel Sano Surgery
    in NotGraphs by Jeremy Blachman - 3/4/2014 -  3
    Tommy John's worst fears came true this weekend. The highly-retired former pitcher has a tear in his U.S. work visa and will need Miguel Sano surgery. John will fly to the Dominican Republic

  • Learning Lessons, with Danny Salazar and Miguel Cabrera
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 8/8/2013 -  41
    Last year, Miguel Cabrera won the American League Triple Crown and the American League Most Valuable Player Award. You might've heard about that. This year, Miguel Cabrera has been even better. His

  • NotGraphs Lip-Reading: Miguel Cabrera to Corey Kluber
    in NotGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 5/19/2014 -  9
    After beginning the latter's first-inning at-bat with very much an inside fastball, Corey Kluber proceeded to strike out Miguel Cabrera on three breaking pitches to the outer half of the plate

  • The Sleeper and the Bust 8/12/2015 – Miguel Swoon-o
    in RotoGraphs by Paul Sporer - 8/13/2015 -  4
    Episode 264 The latest episode of “The Sleeper and the Bust” is live! In this episode, Paul Sporer and Eno Sarris talk Hisashi Iwakuma, Miguel Sano, Aaron Hicks, Greg Bird, Curtis Granderson

  • Let's Watch Miguel Cabrera Make a Run Happen
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 9/21/2016 -  22
    about Miguel Cabrera's baserunning. Hamilton, again, is probably the very best baserunner. Cabrera has been nearly the very worst baserunner. That doesn't have to be about his instincts; people love

  • Armchair Zone Rating: Miguel Cabrera on Sunday
    in FanGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 6/25/2012 -  33
    innings one and six, neither left the infield -- and, notably, both were hit in the direction of third baseman Miguel Cabrera. Detroit's decision to field a number of defensively challenged players

  • This Is Grainy Footage of Miguel Sano Homering Minutes Ago
    in FanGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 12/3/2015 -  7
    , is Dominican people. Among that demographic is giant Twins batter and also Estrellas de Oriente designated hitter Miguel Sano. Sano's eighth inning plate appearances tonight against Toros del Este began

  • Miguel Cabrera's Armchair Zone Rating: Results
    in FanGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 6/26/2012 -  43
    in the direction of Miguel Cabrera, who is generally speaking considered to be something of a defensive liability at third base. With that in mind, I provided video footage of the two hits -- a bunt single

  • Miguel Cabrera and Jonathan Papelbon: Baseball Play Analysis
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 2/25/2013 -  23
    into. But even meaningless baseball can generate baseball highlights. It's been a long time since we were given fresh, new baseball highlights, and earlier Monday, Miguel Cabrera did a mean thing

  • Miguel Cabrera's Contract Not Close to Biggest Ever
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 3/28/2014 -  39
    to Twitter and you'll find out in a hurry that the baseball industry was shocked by news of the new Miguel Cabrera contract. Cabrera's now guaranteed $292 million through 2023, and beyond

  • Sanchez Gives Braves Offseason Even Bigger Prospect Haul
    in FanGraphs by Eric Longenhagen - 1/9/2015 -  7
    It came as a bit of a surprise to see that the Angels sent teenage lefty Ricardo Sanchez to Atlanta in exchange for Kyle Kubitza (whom Kiley will write up shortly) and Nate Hyatt. Not that Sanchez

  • Gauging the Trade Value of Miguel Cabrera, Justin Verlander
    in FanGraphs by Craig Edwards - 11/4/2016 -  31
    The Detroit Tigers find themselves at a crossroads as this offseason begins. With players like Miguel Cabrera and Justin Verlander -- stars who can still contribute but who are on the wrong side

  • Miguel Sano's Making His First Adjustments
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 9/3/2015 -  20
    here, Conforto's already justified the hasty promotion. But then, there's Miguel Sano. Sano, who's also just 22. Conforto has been amazing. Sano, somehow, has been even better. Say what you

  • What In The Sam Hill Is Going On With Miguel Cabrera
    in RotoGraphs by Michael Barr - 4/24/2014 -  11
    Hill" in a post title accomplished. The bucket list needs updating. But set aside the sample for a moment, and just gaze in wonder at Miguel Cabrera's line to start the season in 2014: .236/.295/.403

  • Miguel Sano: The big early riser at third base?
    in RotoGraphs by Randy Holt - 3/30/2016 -  11
    for discussion. Smack dab in the middle of that third group was Minnesota Twins third baseman/outfielder/designated hitter Miguel Sano. Overall, he was ranked 13th. While that initial edition

  • Please, Play Miguel Sano at Third Base
    in Community by anelso13 - 7/7/2017 -  7
    , Miguel Sano. Like Thomas, Sano hits the cover off the ball, but isn’t as skilled in the field. Some would think that this means the Twins should play him as the designated hitter. Again, from

  • JABO: Boosting Miguel Sano's Case for Rookie of the Year
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 9/18/2015 -  12
    the end-of-season awards, this is a special class, and at the top you'll find the Indians' Francisco Lindor, the Astros' Carlos Correa, and Miguel Sano of the Minnesota Twins. There are others

  • Red Sox, Padres Win the Miguel Cabrera Trade
    in FanGraphs by Joe Pawlikowski - 11/15/2010 -  20
    , where the Marlins were dangling Miguel Cabrera, who would be 25 years old in 2008. After doubling payroll from 2006 to 2007, the Marlins clearly had no intentions of raising it again. And so

  • Another Underwhelming Year From Miguel Montero
    in RotoGraphs by David Wiers - 10/8/2014 -  2
    For the four seasons spanning 2009-12, Miguel Montero was a very useful fantasy catcher. The lowest triple slash he posted over that time frame was a useful .266/.332/.438 line, still good for a 100

  • Miguel Cabrera: Creating a Personal Drafting Plan
    in RotoGraphs by Jeff Zimmerman - 12/11/2017 -  8
    The projection systems love Miguel Cabrera. To them, he’s a hitter who performed decent in the first half and struggled in the second half. The projections don’t know that he has two herniated discs

  • Three Ways to Talk About Miguel Gonzalez
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 4/1/2016 -  5
    The other day, in a spring-training game against the Braves, Miguel Gonzalez was basically pitching for his rotation slot. That might've been surprising enough, given how much Gonzalez has meant

  • You Should Take Miguel Cabrera in the First Round
    in RotoGraphs by Paul Sporer - 10/28/2016 -  15
    into a first round stud”, but more “will he be a centerpiece asset (top 35 or so) with a reasonable shot at first round production” which brings us to Miguel Cabrera. The fantasy baseball community’s

  • Consistent Value No More: The Decline of Miguel Montero
    in RotoGraphs by Howard Bender - 10/16/2013 -  5
    Last year when we did our position-by-position post-season recaps, I wrote a piece touting Miguel Montero for his consistent performance and exceptional draft value. His numbers between 2009 and 2012

  • Explaining Miguel Cabrera’s Home Run Decline
    in RotoGraphs by Mike Podhorzer - 1/20/2015 -  22
    Yesterday, I dove into the three xHR/FB rate components to explain what fueled Todd Frazier's home run surge. Today, I'll dissect Miguel Cabrera, who set a new career low HR/FB rate, as it dipped

  • Miguel Montero: The Next Piece of the Cubs Puzzle
    in FanGraphs by August Fagerstrom - 12/9/2014 -  38
    the Cubs acquire Addison Russell. But this Hammel, this one is here to stay. This one is to help the Cubs win now, rather than in the future. As is the hiring of Joe Maddon. As is the trade for Miguel

  • Let's Do the Math on Miguel Montero and Jake Arrieta
    in FanGraphs by Travis Sawchik - 6/28/2017 -  57
    *Update: Miguel Montero will be designated for assignment, according to Jesse Rogers of ESPN Chicago. The Cubs had a rough evening in Washington on Tuesday. Yes, Trea Turner can really run

  • Miguel Andújar Is Another Good Young Yankee
    in FanGraphs by Rian Watt - 11/6/2018 -  45
    Miguel Enrique Andújar was born in San Cristóbal, in the Dominican Republic, on March 2nd, 1995. That same day, 968 miles north and northwest of the newborn child, the space shuttle Endeavour

  • Miguel Cabrera, When It's All Said And Done
    in FanGraphs by Tony Blengino - 4/1/2014 -  81
    educated judgments regarding the Tigers' and Angels' investments. Today, let's look at Miguel Cabrera. First, let's take a look at how Miguel Cabrera gets it done. We'll focus primarily on the bat

  • Mike Trout, Miguel Cabrera, and Measuring Value
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 9/19/2012 -  275
    it hard to put together any kind of realistic argument for a non-Trout candidate. However, Miguel Cabrera is having a monstrous September, hitting .373/.426/.797 over the last couple of weeks

  • Catchers Changing Courses: Wilin Rosario, Miguel Montero?
    in RotoGraphs by Nicholas Minnix - 9/23/2014 -  2
    from him while he has catcher eligibility, but he may eventually be like Mike Napoli, without the willingness to draw free passes. Miguel Montero, Arizona Diamondbacks If it weren’t for the Baltimore

  • Miguel Cabrera's Short- and, Perhaps, Longer-Term Con
    in FanGraphs by Travis Sawchik - 4/17/2017 -  27
    CLEVELAND -- The Indians did many things well en route to their division title and pennant in 2016. And one of those was to quiet the bat, in relative terms, of Miguel Cabrera. Until last year

  • Mixing Fantasy & Reality: More on Velocity and Miguel Diaz
    in RotoGraphs by Jeff Zimmerman - 4/5/2017 -  10
    If the assumptions hold true, his fastball will be just as effective as it was last season as he moves from great groundball numbers to OK rates.   Quick looks: Miguel Diaz This tweet

  • Jack Hanahan and Eduardo Sanchez: Waiver Wire May 4th
    in RotoGraphs by Howard Bender - 5/4/2011 -  10
    in the pool of unwanted free agents... Eduardo Sanchez |RP|  Ownership:  Yahoo - 10% Looking for some cheap saves help?  While the Cardinals bullpen situation remains sketchy at best, Sanchez just