BILL MUELLER RUMORS & GOSSIP
Outfielder Dave Roberts is responsible for what is considered the turning point in the Boston Red Sox’s 2004 postseason.
Roberts was acquired by the Red Sox at the trade deadline and wasn’t really seen as a key player. But he was known for his incredible speed.
So when first baseman Kevin Millar walked in the ninth inning of Game 4 of the ALCS against the New York Yankees...
(Exclusive FenwayNation Photo)There were plenty of characters on the 2004 World Series Champion Red Sox—and more than a few guys with character. Perhaps the classiest player on that fabled roster was third baseman Bill Mueller—who turns 43 years old today. In his three-year stint with Boston, Mueller batted .303, with a .378 OBP and an .853 OPS—all better than his career marks...
The Chicago Cubs say Brandon Hyde will be the bench coach and former American League batting champion Bill Mueller will be the hitting coach on new manager Rick Renteria's staff.
The Cubs announced Friday that Hyde will move from director of player development. Gary Jones is the new third base and infield coach and former Seattle Mariners first base coach Mike Brumley was hired...
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November 22, 2013
Bill Mueller is taking his talents to the North Side of Chicago.
Mueller, who is best-known for helping the Red Sox end an 86-year championship drought, has been named the Cubs’ new hitting coach. Brandon Hyde (bench coach), Gary Jones (third base/infield coach), Mike Brumley (assistant hitting coach) and Jose Castro (quality assurance coach) are also joining manager Rick Renteria‘s...
(Exclusive FenwayNation Photo)If you can line a shot into centerfield against Mariano Rivera to score the biggest run in Red Sox history, you can probably handle coaching Cubbie hitters. Bill Mueller, who plated Dave Roberts in 2004's ALCS Game Four, will—according to USAToday's Bob Nightengale—become the new hitting coach for Theo Epstien's Cubs. In awarding Mueller...
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Barring a postseason matchup, Sunday night marks Mariano Rivera‘s last appearance at Fenway Park, and the team honored the Yankees closer during a pregame ceremony.
The entire Red Sox team came out onto the infield to honor the greatest closer in the game, and the ceremony kicked off with a video featuring Kevin Millar, Dave Roberts and Bill Mueller. The trio relived the 2004 ALDS...
Today marks the unveiling of the 2012 Baseball Hall of Fame class, and if it were up to one ESPN reported, 2003 AL batting champ Bill Mueller would be enshrined.
ESPN posted the ballots of its eligible voting staffers, and Pedro Gomez cast the lone vote for Mueller. That's the same Mueller who hit .291 for his career, along with a robust 85 homers. He did have a patient eye...
With the Hall Of Fame election announcement coming on January 9, 2012, it is time to review the ballot, go over the names, and decide who belongs in the Hall Of Fame.
There are twenty seven men on the ballot this year and we will take a look at each one individually prior to official announcements. You can find all of the profiles in the I-70 Baseball Exclusives: Cooperstown Choices...
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Mueller (left) and Mulholland are the only two Giants players on this year's HOF ballot.
Talk about slim pickin’s.
This year’s Hall of Fame class is a who’s who of who’s thats. Seriously, if you’re looking for a Jackie Robinson around here, search elsewhere.
The 2012 Hall of Fame ballot must be completed by voting members of the Baseball Writers’ Association of...