David Regan - Page 12

Fan of Dodgers, Rams, and Lakers.

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    NL Player Spotlight - April 13, 2008

    Ted Lilly Lilly was awful yet again on Saturday, allowing five runs over 4 1/3 innings against the Phillies. Lilly is now 0-2 in three starts, having allowed 14 runs in 12 2/3 innings with an 8:4 K:BB and an...

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    NL Player Spotlight - April 6, 2008

    Michael Bourn The big question surrounding Bourn coming into the season was not his speed or ability to hit for a decent average, but his ability to get on base enough to enable him to stay in the leadoff spot...

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    Preseason Player Projections - March 27, 2008

    Dodgers Outfield Pierre v. Ethier. A decision that Dodgers fans and fantasy owners await with bated breath. No decision has been made as of late Wednesday, but the guess here is that Ethier will open as the starting left fielder...

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    Pre-season Player Projection Blog, March 13, 2008

    Ryan Theriot “The Riot” gets a huge boost in fantasy value if manager Lou Piniella’s decision to use him as the team’s leadoff hitter sticks. Piniella made that announcement Wednesday, and considering Theriot has a .355 career minor league OBP...

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    Player Projections Blog - March 6, 2008

    Dodgers #5 starter Things are starting to sort themselves out a bit here. Candidate #1, the $16 million a year Jason Schmidt won’t be ready for Opening Day after undergoing serious shoulder surgery last year. This really isn’t a surprise...

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    Player Projections Blog - March 1, 2008

    Alex Gonzalez Gonzalez was diagnosed Friday with a “compression fracture” of his left knee, an injury that is expected to sideline him at least three weeks. Looking up “compression fracture” on the Internet (dangerous, I know), I found this on...

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    NL Player Spotlight - September 30, 2007

    Rich Hill Hill allowed the only Reds hit of the day on Saturday, with Sean Marshall and Scott Eyre finishing off the team one-hitter. Hill walked one and struck out four and despite allowing 11 flyballs to just three groundouts,...

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    NL Player Spotlight - September 24, 2007

    Milton Bradley Thanks to the MLB Extra Innings Package, as I was watching the LAD-ARI game when the immortal Vin Scully began talking about an incident going on in the Padres game involving Milton Bradley. Could he be in the...

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    NL Player Spotlight - September 23, 2007

    Steven Pearce We haven't written about Pearce yet this year, but it's time to. I've seen him play a couple times, and without a doubt, this is a kid who is going to hit in the major leagues, period. Where...

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    NL Player Spotlight - September 10, 2007

    Ryan Church Are we allowed to admit man-crushes as an analyst? Not sure, but I have a bit of one for Ryan Church. Church was 1-for-4 with a three-run homer Sunday off Atlanta's Lance Cormier. It's been obvious for at...

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    Jeff Suppan After signing his $42 million contract, Suppan has been beyond brutal for a good part of the season, b ut in case you haven't noticed, he's one a bit of a roll lately (for him at least). Suppan...

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    NL Player Spotlight - September 7, 2007

    Jose Reyes Reyes is mired in a 6-for-38 slump and although you certainly won't be benching him (don't) at this point in the season, you have to wonder if all that running (92 stolen base attempts, 74 successful - 80.4%)...

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    NL Player Spotlight - September 2, 2007

    Matt Diaz Diaz is starting to get more at-bats versus right-handers lately and rightfully so. Diaz didn't start on Saturday, but after a .386/.427/.786 August in 70 at-bats, Diaz deserves to start every day over Willie Harris. Eventually (now?) Bobby...

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    AL Player Spotlight - August 30, 2007

    Dustin Moseley Save to say that after Tuesday, Moseley has a good shot at replacing Ervin Santana in the rotation while Bartolo Colon is out. After Santana surrendered five runs while retiring just one batter, Moseley saved the day, working...

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    NL Player Spotlights - August 26, 2007

    John Patterson Patterson's injury has certainly been a curious case this year. He pitched seven games, going 1-5 with a 7.47 ERA and 15:22 K:BB, likely pitching many of those games hurt, before he was placed on the DL in...

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    Prospect Spreadsheet Updates - August 23, 2007

    American League 3 Evan Longoria TAM 3B A Just .265 in AAA, but 11:12 K:BB and .531 SLG make up for it. Starting TB 3B next year. 4 Cameron Maybin DET OF A- Gets the surprise call after brief AA...

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    Tim Lincecum Sometimes what seems like a sure thing from a fantasy perspective turns out to anything but. That's the joy (sometimes) of "real"and fantasy baseball. On Saturday, Lincecum recorded his first loss since June 19, allowing six runs over...

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    NL Player Spotlight - August 5, 2007

    Andre Ethier Ethier was 1-for-2 Saturday with his ninth homer (a bomb off Arizona's Tony Pena) of the season and two RBI. Ethier continues to share at-bats with Matt Kemp and Luis Gonzalez in left and right field, but at...

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    Prospect Spreadsheet Updates - August 2, 2007

    American League 30 Lars Anderson BOS 1B B He's glad July is past: .194 with 1 HR for the month. At least he did mix in 21 walks however. 34 Kurt Suzuki OAK C B- Just .220 with 2 HR...

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    Prospect Spreadsheet Updates - July 26, 2007

    American League 39 Chris Lubanski KC OF B- Needs to hit better than his .179 AAA mark if he wants to be team's LF next year. 42 Jeff Clement SEA C B- Strange...after a .370 June, Clement is batting just...

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    NL Player Spotlight- July 22, 2007

    Scott Olsen Just a kid being a kid, or is there something more here? After getting suspended for reportedly arguing with teammates and a clubhouse attendant, Olsen came out and pitched brilliantly for seven innings in beating the Reds on...

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    Prospect Spreadsheet Updates - July 19, 2007

    American League 16 Adam Jones SEA OF B+ Official call-up hasn't come yet, but reportedly team just wants him comfortable with RF first. 30 Josh Fields CHW 3B B Has raised AVG 30 points in July and is cutting down...

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    NL Player Commentary - July 15 ,2007

    Andruw Jones That sound you hear is Scott Boras breathing a sigh of relief. After getting off to a .199/.299/.377 start through June, including 80 strikeouts, Jones is a different hitter this month. He was 1-for-3 with a walk and...

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    Prospect Spreadsheet Updates - July 5, 2007

    American League 22 Daric Barton OAK 1B B+ After hitting .454 in June, A's reportedly considering dealing D. Johnson to make room for Barton. 23 Adam Jones SEA OF B+ Much closer to being ready now than he was last...

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    NL Player Spotlight - July 1, 2007

    Ryan Freel Good news on Ryan Freel lately, as the post-concussion systems continue to subside. Freel is currently on a Triple-A rehab assignment, and if things continue to go as planned, he should be able to be activated sometime next...

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    Prospect Spreadsheet Updates - June 28, 2007

    American League 23 Daric Barton OAK 1B B+ Having a pretty good June - .500/.545/.700. Just 5 HR in 275 at-bats but more power will come. 24 Adam Jones SEA OF B+ In 163 fewer at-bats, he's already tied last...

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    NL Player Spotlight - June 24, 2007

    James Loney I can't tell you how impressed I am with James Loney. He was 2-for-4 with a triple and a walk on Saturday against the Devil Rays, and even his two out were line drives, one of which could...

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    Prospect Spreadsheet Updates - June 21, 2007

    American League 15 Jacoby Ellsbury BOS OF B+ Prototypical leadoff man: 0.96 EYE, 27-for-31 in SB, and now power. .730 OPS in AAA. 17 Travis Snider TOR OF B+ In a 2-for-15 slump and his 0.36 EYE is very un-Moneyball...

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    NL Player Spotlight - June 17, 2007

    So Taguchi Taguchi was 4-for-6 with three RBI on Saturday, raising his line to .307/.378/.421. Entering Saturday's game, there was only a three-point difference in Taguchi's L/R splits, though lately with Chris Duncan back from the DL, most of Taguchi's...

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    Prospect Spreadsheet Updates - June 14, 2007

    American League 2 Brandon Wood LAA 3B Signs of life: .316 with 2 HR and 3 SB in last 10 games. 69..5% contact rate remains the concern. 15 Jacoby Ellsbury BOS OF 8-for-20 in his last 5 games. .296/.379/.373 in...

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    NL Player Spotlight - June 10, 2007

    Brad Lidge Astros manager Phil Garner said he's planning to ease Brad Lidge into the closer's role beginning with Sunday's game. Lidge has allowed just two runs in his last 25 1/3 innings, so this was pretty easy to see...

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    NL Player Spotlight - June 3, 2007

    Chris Sampson When evaluating pitchers, we usually like to see a K/9 rate of at least 7.0 (or 0.78 K/I) if we're going to endorse a guy for long-term (or any) success. On that note, here are Sampson's numbers over...

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    Prospect Spreadsheet Updates - May 31, 2007

    American League 2 Delmon Young TAM OF A+ 8-for-20 in his last five starts could signal a turn-around. .686 OPS isn't quite what we expected. 7 Evan Longoria TAM 3B A- 3-hit game on Tues. but still just .216 in...

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    NL Player Spotlight - May 27, 2007

    Justin Germano Germano continued his excellent run on Saturday, allowing two runs (two solo homers) over six innings in a win over the Brewers. You know you're going good when allowing two runs in six innings causes your ERA to...

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    Prospect Spreadsheet Updates - May 24, 2007

    American League 13 Reid Brignac TAM SS A- 2-for-27 slump brings AVG down to .255. Don't fret, he's still just 21 in AA. 16 Adam Lind TOR OF B+ Hitting just .228 and losing time to the red-hot Matt Stairs....

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    NL Player Spotlight - May 20, 2007

    Anthony Lerew Two innings, three runs, and five hits later, Lerew was pulled from his start against the Red Sox on Saturday. It was thought before the game that a bad outing from Lerew would result in his being pulled...