When the Milwaukee Brewers acquired Zack Greinke from the Kansas City Royals in late 2010, it was a sign that the Brewers were going “all in” for the 2011 season.
Déjà Vu All Over Again: Left-For-Dead Phillies and Brewers Trying To Become 2012 Version of 2011 Cardinals
With the All Star Break looming, it’s time to hand out some midseason hardware. Who are the first half MVPs, Cy Youngs, and Managers of the Year for the AL and NL Central?
Click through and find out, along with a few other less traditional and ignominious awards (like greatest old school baseball card ever, won hands down by Jim Leyland).
Carlos Quentin is set to begin his rehab assignment today in Charlotte as he continues to work back from plantar fasciitis. The White Sox continue to be cautious with expectations for their star left-fielder. In other Sox news, the Good Guys are red hot and Scott Podsednik continues to own Zack Grienke.
Sports Illustrated has proclaimed Kansas City Royals pitcher Zack Greinke the best pitcher in baseball on its latest cover. Yet, while SI pitched a great pitcher to profile, Zack Greinke still has a long way to go to reach the level of Johan Santana.
Josh steps up to the plate and offers some timely fantasy baseball trade advice with 3 weeks of the 2009 season in the books. Among the players analyzed are Lance Berkman, Cole Hamels, Zack Greinke, Brandon Phillips, Matt Holliday, and Orlando Hudson.