Tag Archives: Scott Kazmir

The Gift That Keeps On Giving

When Scott Kazmir was dealt to the Angels in 2009, the emotions from the fanbase were quite mixed. On one hand, you had a lot of hurt fans that saw their favorite pitcher and favorite player at the time dealt … Continue reading

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How Much Can You Handle?

I am not sure why Crawford felt he had to take that risk, but he must have had his reasons. Given the fact Mariano Rivera has a combined 15 wild pitches and balks over the course of his career, there … Continue reading

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Not All Innings Are Created Equal

Last week, Jeremy Hellickson was pulled after three innings from a start for AAA Durham with the excuse of, “watching his workload.” Last night, Jeremy Hellickson won his major league debut ¬†and was either called up to give every starter … Continue reading

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The Right Move and the Wrong Move

Last night, the baseball box scores reminded me of two moves the Rays have made in the past 24 months that directly affect where the club sits today. Both moves brought strong arguments from both sides when they were made … Continue reading

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Happy Trails Kazmir

The trade is finally official and the Rays have indeed traded the franchise leader in most every pitching category for two prospects and a player to be named later. The immediate return on the trade is a cost savings of … Continue reading

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Rays End Skid

Last night was nice because it was the first Rays game I have been able to watch in its entirety in a full week. My day job was insanely busy this week and then Friday night was washed out by … Continue reading

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