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The Phillies' foes in the nation's capital could get stronger, in the chance they could get weaker. Fomer Phillies pitcher and unsigned Scott Boras client Kyle Lohse may find a job after all thanks to former Phillies prospect Gio Gonzalez. With the Biogenesis scandal in Miami that named Gio Gonzalez...
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Well, you can check the box next to "Gio Gonzalez arrives at Nationals camp and denies he ever used PEDs." Indeed, a "Shocked", "stunned", and "very confident" Gio arrived on Tuesday morning and faced the music from reporters.
More from Gio on Biogenesis, via ESPN.com's Jayson Stark:
"There is no connection, [except] for the...
The participation of Ryan Braun and Gio Gonzalez in the World
Baseball Classic is unlikely to be affected by Major League
Baseballâ??s ongoing investigation into the
Biogenesis clinic of South Florida.
While the Cleveland Indians and St. Louis Cardinals are not
expected to be a fit for free agent Kyle Lohse, the Washington Nationals could
attempt to sign the right-hander, according to Adam Kilgore of The Washington
The Nationals await a ruling on left-hander Gio Gonzalez’s
tie to Biogenesis. As a result of his connection, Gonzalez could face a 50-gameban from...
While he doesn’t believe it’s likely to happen, Paul Hoynes
of the Plain Dealers believe the Cleveland Indians are “well positioned” to
sign free agents Kyle Lohse or Michael Bourn.
Even after their busy offseason, the Indians have the money
to acquire Lohse or Bourn. Plus, the team’s first-round pick is protected and
it doesn’t have a second-round selection...
Much has been written about free-agent starter Kyle Lohse remaining unsigned as pitchers and catchers report. Even Lohse’s former team, the St. Louis Cardinals, has shown no interest in bringing him back.
The prevailing theory seems to be that teams do not want to surrender their first-round draft pick for a 34-year-old righty. An alternate theory is that Lohse’s...
Everyone says you can never have too much starting pitching. Well, almost everyone. My six-week old son doesn't say that because he can't talk and also has a tiny, stupid brain. Babies are very stupid, so I'll amend that first sentence to everyone who knows about baseball and has a fully developed brain says you can never have too much starting pitching.
To that point...
At long last, we have completed our team previews. Well, we did the best we could with player movement, but obviously guys like Michael Bourn and Kyle Lohse won’t be seen here.
As we said at the beginning of these, the numbers you saw throughout these are the projections of the individual writer and not necessarily what you’ll see in our Draft Kit, which comes out on February...