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  1. SweetSpot's AL players to see

    Rob Neyer

    As camps open in Arizona and Florida, we put it to the SweetSpot network: Which player from your team are you most excited to watch this season, and why? First up, the answers from the American League. Baltimore Orioles: Matt Wieters Why Wiet...

    Blog | February 17, 2012
  2. Grading the AL teams through May

    Rob Neyer

    New York Yankees (29-23) For all the dithering and complaining that's been going on in the Bronx, the Yankees have the second-best record in the American League, propelled by the best offense in baseball. Russell Martin (.253/.363/.479) has been ...

    Blog | May 31, 2011
  3. Biggest disappointments of 2009

    Rob Neyer

    According to Big League's Stew's 'Duk, this year's five most disappointing teams: 1. Chicago Cubs 2. Tampa Bay Rays 3. New York Mets 4. Cleveland Indians 5. Kansas City Royals About the Royals, 'Duk writes: Not every disapp...

    Blog | September 28, 2009
  4. Greinke's Cy Young hopes fade

    Rob Neyer

    From 1990 through 1997, 43 pitchers threw at least 1,200 innings in the majors. Nearly all of them were good, for the simple reason that pitchers who aren't good generally aren't allowed to throw 1,200 innings over the course of eight seasons...

    Blog | July 30, 2009
  5. Rob Neyer's all-time American League All-Star team

    Rob Neyer

    Rob Neyer picks his all-time American League All-Star team since the All-Star era began in 1933.

    Story | Conversation | July 09, 2009
  6. April 2001 Archives

    Rob Neyer

    THURSDAY, APRIL 26 Dipping into the mail pouch for some reaction to yesterday's column about the home runs that Willie Mays hit, and didn't hit ... Hey, Rob -- Good column today. Are there any home run hitters out there the truly were hurt by th...

    Story | Conversation | April 03, 2001
  7. January 2001 Archives

    Rob Neyer

    MONDAY, JANUARY 31 Did you know that ... Since his rookie season, Paul Abbott's record is 21-12, and his ERA over that same span is 4.13? Those numbers don't include Abbott's first year, in which he went 0-5 with a 5.97 mark with the Twins. And mor...

    Story | Conversation | January 15, 2001