|Carlos Zambrano, RHP
10-5, 3.03 ERA
159/69 K/BB, 13 HR in 172.1 IP
|Josh Beckett, RHP|
12-7, 3.45 ERA
128/45 K/BB, 10 HR in 140.2 IP
|CF *Juan Pierre||CF Jerry Hairston Jr.|
|LF Jeff Conine||2B Todd Walker|
|3B Miguel Cabrera||1B Derrek Lee|
|1B *Carlos Delgado||RF *Jeromy Burnitz|
|RF Juan Encarnacion||3B Nomar Garciaparra|
|SS Damon Easley||LF Todd Hollandsworth|
|2B #Luis Castillo||SS Ronny Cedeno|
|C Matt Treanor||C Henry Blanco|
|P Josh Beckett||P #Carlos Zambrano|
of course not. maybe go ice skating and think about it a while.
+they lost their playoff attempt
I didn't like the entire post, if that helps.
Making the NLCS with a young team = "crapping out of the playoffs with a young team."
I'm guessing 3/30 and all the two foot long hot dogs you can eat didn't work
Yes! In a 12-way tie for first!
Blew my prediction! I had them signing Zimmerman and trading for another arm.
Damn wanted Zimmermann
in this market that seems like a decent deal relative to the market.
Zimmermann 5/$110m with Tigers. Youch.
And the updated predications page: http://bit.ly/1NWlEek
CTSteve, thanks for spelling Zimmermann correctly. We don't need another first baseman.
Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe in the financial impact to the Red Sox for not signing Jon Lester early in the free agent process:
It will be interesting to ultimately add up the cost of letting Jon Lester go.
The Red Sox botched up their negotiations with Lester in during spring training of 2014, making an initial offer of $70 million that was roughly $40 million short of what it should have been. Talks broke down and Lester was traded in July.