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  1. Projecting Reds OF after Ludwick injury

    Eric Karabell

    Except for catchers on opposing teams, everyone seems to love Cincinnati Reds minor league speed demon Billy Hamilton, and for good reason. He has the potential to be baseball's first 100-steal guy since the days of Rickey Henderson and Vince Co...

    Blog | April 02, 2013
  2. Chris Heisey worth look in fantasy following injury to Ryan Ludwi...

    Eric Karabell

    Eric Karabell offers his take on how the Reds will dole out playing time in their outfield after Ryan Ludwick's shoulder injury, discussing such players as Billy Hamilton and Chris Heisey.

    Blog | Conversation | April 02, 2013
  3. MLB -- Search for modern-day Rickey Henderson is futile, but Tamp...

    Jay Jaffe

    There likely will never be another player like Rickey Henderson statistically. Baseball Prospectus looks at the current game and finds that no one is really close, but names such as Brian Roberts, B.J. Upton and Johnny Damon fall into the discussion.

    Story | Conversation | July 24, 2009
  4. Insider - Baseball Prospectus - Top dogs

    Christina Kahrl

    Leadoff strategies may vary, but BP metrics show that their impact is significant.

    Story | Conversation | April 10, 2009
  5. Some non-players deserve enshrinement as well

    Rob Neyer

    There remain a dozen baseball figures who should follow Goose Gossage into the hallowed halls of Cooperstown.

    Story | Conversation | January 08, 2008
  6. Second-half AL hitters to watch

    Rickey Henderson is back in baseball, taking over as the Mets hitting coach. I really don't think this will have much impact in fantasy baseball. Jose Reyes has 46 stolen bases, a pace for 86. David Wright seems intent on going after 30/30. Carlos Be...

    Blog | Conversation | July 12, 2007
  7. To whom does Dice-K compare?

    When scouts write their reports, they often use comparisons to illuminate their descriptions. It has been filed within scouting circles that Carl Crawford has Rickey Henderson explosiveness with his speed, that Yankees prospect Phil Hughes has a Clem...

    Blog | Conversation | April 06, 2007
  8. Hard to say good-bye

    Rob Neyer

    In the old days, many great players played professionally long after their major league careers were finished.

    Story | Conversation | May 26, 2005
  9. Where are they now?

    Gary Gillette

    There are some recognizable players still toiling in the minor and independent leagues.

    Story | Conversation | May 26, 2005
  10. Not getting caught just as important

    Rob Neyer

    Rickey Henderson clearly tops the list, but it has more to do with quality rather than quantity.

    Story | Conversation | January 21, 2005
  11. Griffey regaining sparkling form

    Jerry Crasnick

    After two fallow years, it's heartening to see Ken Griffey Jr. pop up on "SportsCenter" again for the right reasons.

    Story | Conversation | June 06, 2004
  12. Love of game keeps Henderson going

    Jerry Crasnick

    Rickey Henderson is 45 and hasn't hit .240 in five years, but he still believes he belongs in the bigs.

    Story | Conversation | May 19, 2004
  13. K-Rod coming of age

    Jerry Crasnick

    Eric Karros called Francisco Rodriguez's slider the best right-handed breaking ball he's ever seen.

    Story | Conversation | April 28, 2004
  14. Positions' supply outweighs demand

    Jerry Crasnick

    Fred McGriff leads a long list of veteran corner men who are finding the job market increasingly tight.

    Story | Conversation | January 20, 2004
  15. Wells only part of Padres' upgrade

    Jerry Crasnick

    San Diego wanted Wells' left arm and big personality to anchor its rotation. Plus, Todd Walker finally finds a home.

    Story | Conversation | January 05, 2004
  16. Dodgers after Giles and Henderson?

    Jim Baker

    In pursuit of help for their anemic offense, the Dodgers are interested in Brian Giles and scouting Rickey Henderson.

    Story | Conversation | July 11, 2003