Even with Mike Scioscia seemingly safe, there are still a lot of skippers in varying degrees of danger as baseball fast approaches its stretch run. Here is my ranking of 12 managers who may feel the seat starting to get warm, and one who may be the first casualty of 2014 as soon as this week.
New York Mets ace right-hander Matt Harvey was lost for the season several weeks ago with a partial tear of the ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow. It was immediately assumed that the 24-year-old would undergo Tommy John surgery to correct the tear and be out for at least a year. Apparently, Harvey is convinced he doesn’t need surgery.
Dispelling 5 Myths About R.A. Dickey … And Why Toronto Trading Top Prospects For Him Is 100% The Right Move
Acquiring R.A. Dickey – even at a steep prospect price – would be a slam dunk for the improving Blue Jays. Pat Suley details the reasons why.
Kurt compares the final win totals for 2012 MLB regular season to his predictions from March. How many did he get right?
R.A. Dickey of the New York Mets has been about as dominant as humanly possible over the past few weeks, and it has put him in a spectacular position in the NL Cy Young race.