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Tag Archives: mike mussina
There are many ways to determine how valuable a player is to a team. You could judge by home runs, RBI's, OBP or slugging percentage. But one of the surefire ways to determine how valuable a player is, is by their WAR (Wins Above Replacement). Of course, WAR isn't perfect and old school baseball analysts ...
With the 2015 Hall of Fame announcements due on January 6 at 2 p.m. ET, I decided to sit down and write a mock MLB Hall of Fame ballot. There are many deserving players on the ballot and it was hard to choose just 10, but after much pondering, I made my decision. Before we begin ...
With the Hall of Fame announcements just around the corner (I'll make a mock HOF ballot piece within the next few days), I thought I would use this week's Throwback for a pitcher that should be in the Hall of Fame but isn't: Mike Mussina. Before we begin, I normally don't like talking about 2003 and 2004 (I tend ...
The bad news: It's been another quiet week in Yankees Universe and the Red Sox and Blue Jays are bolstering their roster. The good news: Brian Cashman is rappelling off a building this weekend and Winter Meetings begin next week, so you know there's bound to be a ton of rumors. As for this week, ...
Major League Baseball and the BBWAA announced the candidates for the Hall of Fame ballot and this year there are five ex-Yankees on the ballot for the first time: Aaron Boone, Gary Sheffield, Tony Clark, Tom Gordon and Randy Johnson. Don Mattingly, Mike Mussina, Tim Raines and Roger Clemens are among the holdovers. The BBWAA has until ...
Tomorrow afternoon, Major League Baseball will announce who will go into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York. Although no one entered the Hall of Fame last year, this year will surely be a different scenario since there are so many deserving names on the ballot. To clarify, I do not have an ...
The Baseball Hall of Fame just announced their Hall of Fame ballot. As we could recall, no one was elected into the Hall of Fame last year. Some of the players that were on the ballot this year include Tom Glavine, Greg Maddux, Frank Thomas, Jeff Kent and of course the Yankees own Mike Mussina. ...
The Yankees signed their first round pick, 26th overall, Eric Jagielo to $1,839,400 which was his slot value, according to Jim Callis of Baseball America. Jagielo hit .388/.500/.633 in 56 games at Notre Dame. He's a big time power prospect and is probably the Yankees best position player drafted in the first round since...since...Eric Duncan? Maybe ...