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  1. Goin' deep off Greinke

    Ryan McCrystal, ESPN Stats & Info

    In the 5th inning Saturday night, Jeremy Hermida and Jason Varitek hit back-to-back home runs off Royals ace Zack Greinke. The fact that Greinke allowed back-to-back home runs is actually nothing new, he's done that four times previously including a...

    Blog | April 10, 2010
  2. Bobby Abreu: a statistical anomaly

    Ryan McCrystal, ESPN Stats & Info

    Bobby Abreu is a little too old and too well known to qualify for our One2Watch4 series (Erick Aybar was the Angels representative), but he's definitely someone to keep an eye on this season. I've always been somewhat fascinated by Abreu for his abi...

    Blog | March 26, 2010
  3. With Mauer signed, Victor Martinez is next

    Ryan McCrystal, ESPN Stats & Info

    Now that Joe Mauer has inked his contract extension, the Red Sox can begin serious talks with Victor Martinez on an extension of his own. Martinez's agent will undoubtedly argue that his contract should compare favorably to Mauer's based on the fact...

    Blog | March 22, 2010
  4. Is Mauer worth $184M?

    Ryan McCrystal, ESPN Stats & Info

    It was only just over eight years ago the Twins were deemed to be "contracted" which was baseball's version of foreclosing on them due to various financial issues (high debt-to-value ratio). On Nov. 6, 2001, owners voted 28-2 to contract two teams fo...

    Blog | March 21, 2010
  5. One2Watch4: Carlos Gomez

    Ryan McCrystal, ESPN Stats & Info

    After a disappointing two-year tenure with the Twins, Carlos Gomez was shipped to Milwaukee this offseason in the J.J. Hardy trade. The Twins lost patience with the lynchpin of the Johan Santana deal, in part, because of his lack of patience. During...

    Blog | March 18, 2010
  6. One2Watch4: Shin-Soo Choo

    Ryan McCrystal, ESPN Stats & Info

    .260 BA, .362 OBP, .479 slug pct .303 BA, .395 OBP, .549 slug pct Those are the stat lines from the past two seasons for two 27-year-olds roaming the outfield for the Cleveland Indians. The former belongs to Grady Sizemore, the later to Shin-Soo Cho...

    Blog | March 09, 2010