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  1. Thoughts on Loney, Infante and Logan

    David Schoenfield

    1. Rays and James Loney agree on a three-year, $21 million contract. I'm a little surprised Loney wasn't able to get a little better contract after a solid 2013 -- two years and $20 million or three years and $30 million, something like that -- bu...

    Blog | December 14, 2013
  2. James Loney versus Eric Hosmer

    David Schoenfield

    James Loney is hitting .376, second in the majors to Miguel Cabrera. Eric Karabell wrote about the Tampa Bay Rays first baseman: Loney enters the week one of five players being aided by a BABIP of better than .400. All five players (Joe Mauer, Carlo...

    Blog | May 13, 2013
  3. Dodgers still living on the edge

    David Schoenfield

    "I mean, guys, I know how to hit. I promise you, I know how to hit. It's just right now, it's been pretty tough." -- Matt Kemp to reporters a few days ago Kemp has not had a good September. He's been mired in such a terrible slump that Cardinals ma...

    Blog | September 20, 2012
  4. L.A. needs more than Hanley to win West

    David Schoenfield

    The Los Angeles Dodgers don't need Hanley Ramirez to suddenly convert back into vintage, MVP-candidate Hanley Ramirez. Certainly, the Dodgers have hopes Ramirez will exceed the .246/.322/.428 line he put up with the Marlins. But even if he fails t...

    Blog | July 26, 2012
  5. Dodgers first to try 25-man bullpen!

    David Schoenfield

    Buster Olney had a note in his Sunday blog that the Dodgers may open the season with 13 pitchers. Not to pick on the Dodgers, because they won't be the only team to carry 13 pitchers, but I just don't understand this trend. Seven relief pitchers ...

    Blog | March 12, 2012
  6. Most frustrating players in majors

    David Schoenfield

    As a Mariners fan in the 1980s, one player absolutely wrecked me above all others: Jim Presley. He was a third baseman with good power, a quick bat and a strong arm. In 1985, his first full season, he hit .275/.324/.484 with 28 home runs and 33 doubl...

    Blog | January 23, 2012
  7. NL West: Three fixes for each team

    David Schoenfield

    Welcome to the National League West, baseball's most unpredictable division. I wouldn't be surprised if all five teams finished 81-81 in 2012. Here are three fixes or action items for each club. Arizona Diamondbacks 1. Rotation (Joe Saunders...

    Blog | December 02, 2011
  8. Podcast: Is Verlander a top-10 starter?

    David Schoenfield

    Five reasons you should check out Tuesday's Baseball Today podcast with myself and Mark Simon: 1. Jered Weaver finally lost a game and we explain how the Red Sox beat him. 2. Bartolo Colon didn't get credit for the win, but was excellent yet a...

    Blog | May 03, 2011
  9. These Rays in big, big trouble

    David Schoenfield

    As miserable as the Red Sox have played so far, at least they can look at a lineup that includes Adrian Gonzalez, Kevin Youkilis, Carl Crawford, Dustin Pedroia and David Ortiz and know -- eventually -- they're going to score a lot of runs. The fan...

    Blog | April 11, 2011