Archive for November 2005

Aaron looks at what might be in store for Jim Thome and Mike Lowell.

Maury examines Washington’s quest for a new ballpark.

This time Steve considers many on the long and diverse list of players who spent little or no major league time at The Crossroads, but might have, and perhaps even should have. We encounter a Beast, a Baby Bull, and a Boomer, as well as a Rajah, a Rino and a Rico.

Dennis ranks the best postseason series of all time.

The Mets signed Billy Wagner and the rest of the news around the majors.

David looks at the five-year deal the Blue Jays gave B.J. Ryan.

Dennis takes a look at the most exciting postseason games ever.

Cal Eldred retires and the rest of the news around the majors.

No news to report on, but people are still having birthdays.

The Blue Jays reach a deal with B.J. Ryan and the rest of the news around the majors.

The Red Sox-Marlins trade is expanded and completed and the rest of the news around the majors.

Message to Marlins fans (you know who you are); do you still think Jeffrey Loria is your team’s savior?

Looking at the latest deals

Jim Thome and Carlos Delgado are traded and the rest of the news around the majors.

Luxury tax loopholes and the Marlins on the move.

Dan provides additional support using the log5 method to predict the results of batter/pitcher matchups.

David’s head explodes talking about the AJ Burnett Sweepstakes.

Aaron looks into his crystal ball for Seattle’s new catcher, Kenji Jojima.

This time, Steve considers the long list of partial-career third basemen. Including a Killer, a Pepper, and a Chipper. And, of course, Bill Tuttle.

The Marlins trade Josh Beckett to the Red Sox and the rest of the news around the majors.