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  1. NL batting race not for the ages

    David Schoenfield

    So, these are the National League leaders in batting average entering Thursday: 1. Justin Morneau, Rockies -- .317 2. Ben Revere, Phillies -- .310 3. Andrew McCutchen, Pirates -- .307 4. Josh Harrison, Pirates -- .304 5. Aramis Ramirez, Brewer...

    Blog | August 28, 2014
  2. Can the Brewers win without walking?

    David Schoenfield

    The Milwaukee Brewers keep finding ways to win. On Tuesday, they beat the Cardinals for the second straight game in extra innings with a lineup that was missing Ryan Braun, Jonathan Lucroy, Aramis Ramirez and Jean Segura. Elian Herrera was batting se...

    Blog | April 30, 2014
  3. Brewers making wild-card race extra fun

    David Schoenfield

    The second wild card is a goofy, ridiculous idea that goes against everything baseball history stands for: That the regular season is the ultimate test of a team's ability, strength and toughness. To get to the playoffs, you have to prove yourself ov...

    Blog | September 13, 2012
  4. Guillen needs to find new closer for Marlins

    David Schoenfield

    Where do we begin? I thought the fireworks were slated for Wednesday, but a hot and humid night in the Midwest meant the balls were flying, pitchers were ducking and Heath Bell is probably dreaming of the fish tacos at Petco Park right about now. ...

    Blog | July 04, 2012
  5. Weekly preview: Oh, yeah, the Yankees

    David Schoenfield

    Remember one week ago? I know many of you wanted to kill off the Yankees and Red Sox. Both teams were 0-3 and in such dire straits that Bill Simmons had a special podcast with his buddy JackO -- a Yankees fan -- to commiserate in their pain. Well,...

    Blog | April 16, 2012
  6. Links: Replacing Prince, Nats' offense, more

    David Schoenfield

    ESPN Insider Dan Szymborski asks: Is there another Jose Bautista lingering near the bottom of the ESPN 500 list? Dan throws out some interesting names, including Travis Snider and Pedro Alvarez, although both of them were former first-round picks an...

    Blog | March 21, 2012
  7. Ramirez puts Brewers in good shape

    David Schoenfield

    According to sources, Aramis Ramirez is headed to the Milwaukee Brewers. He definitely will help: In 2011, their third basemen (primarily Casey McGehee) hit .215/.274/.324, producing the second-lowest OPS in the majors. Meanwhile, Ramirez was prob...

    Blog | December 12, 2011
  8. Ten things I'd like to see at winter meetings

    David Schoenfield

    DALLAS -- The hallways and lobby of the Hilton Anatole are filled with general managers, agents and media members. What will happen over the next three days? Nobody knows. But here's what I'd like to see happen ... 1. A good old-fashioned challeng...

    Blog | December 05, 2011
  9. AL Central: Three fixes for each team

    David Schoenfield

    The American League Central may have a reputation as baseball's skinflint division, but such is not the case: The White Sox, Twins and Tigers each had payrolls over $100 million in 2011 and ranked in the top 10 of highest-salaried ballclubs. The p...

    Blog | December 01, 2011
  10. Five teams that need Aramis Ramirez

    David Schoenfield

    It was not a good season for third basemen. Only 11 managed to receive 500 plate appearances. Stars like Ryan Zimmerman, David Wright, Evan Longoria, Pablo Sandoval, Kevin Youkilis and Alex Rodriguez all missed significant time. Sixteen teams didn't ...

    Blog | November 29, 2011
  11. Ten reasons to hate the MLB trade deadline

    David Schoenfield

    So your team is offering up a star? Sometimes the prospect you get in return turns to gold. And sometimes (more often?) deals like these 10 happen. 1. Fred McGriff for Melvin Nieves, Donnie Elliott and Vince Moore. (Braves/Padres, 1993.) 2. Ric...

    Blog | July 25, 2011
  12. Opening Day 2: Ubaldo Jimenez struggles

    David Schoenfield

    Ubaldo Jimenez allowed just seven runs over his first 11 starts in 2010. His 2011 debut was a little ugly, with six runs in six innings, including home runs to Miguel Montero and Justin Upton. Most worrisome (yes, it's Opening Day, so all worry even ...

    Blog | April 01, 2011