The book on Jon Lester has been written. He hates throwing to first base. Because of that, teams are more aggressive in their leads and they are much more willing to attempt steals against him. Already this season Lester has allowed 13 stolen bases, after today’s game. That is well Continue reading Answer to Lester’s Pick Off Problems Could Be Welington Castillo
Dabynsky has often lamented the lack of depth at the catcher position for the Cubs past incumbent starter Welington Castillo. The worry is that if Beef Castle goes down with an injury, there are no true MLB-ready catchers in-house to step in. My argument is that you can’t have two Continue reading The Cubs and Catchers
This World Series is fixing to be a good one as I had hoped when I previewed the championship round (kinda poorly, but I figured others could do better and I just wanted to see good games). It seems, however, that the games are good not so much because of Continue reading OBSTRUCTION!