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Reviewing the 2014 St. Louis Cardinals Draft: Rounds 1-5

For the third year in a row, the St. Louis Cardinals entered the MLB Draft in a unique position. They had two first round picks, thanks to the loss of Carlos Beltran to the New York Yankees. Not only does this allow the team to draft another prospect pretty high in the draft, it also adds to their bonus pool allotment, which allows the team to be flexible with how they spend their...
Via Cardinals Farm
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Eight ideas for Owner Hal to cut costs this holiday season

Nothing burns my Beltrans more than when the hired help starts demanding more money. Let's hope Owner Hal holds the line against David Robertson, so the top brass can keep those Yankee home ticket prices so unbelievably low.  What's with these ingrates? They get to an all-star game and think they should be Yankees for life? Good grief, it's a privilege to be a Yankee...

Beltran’s Deal With Mets Was The Gift That Keeps On Giving

Paul Casella of Sports on Earth analyzed 15 years of data and ranked the top producing $100+ million dollar deals in baseball history. Coming in second was the seven year deal Carlos Beltran signed with the Mets in 2005. Casella considered every deal since 1999 when Kevin Brown became the first player to land a $100 million contract. Alex Rodriguez’ first 10-year mega deal with...
Via Mets Merized Online
29 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Yankees don’t receive a single MVP vote

The New York Yankees made history this year, and not the positive type. Despite it being Captain Derek Jeter‘s final season, for the first time in decades the team did not have a single MVP vote on any ballot. The Yankees weren’t the only team to be left out, longtime rival Boston Red Sox didn’t have a single player on the ballot either. This is the first time ever that both...
Via isportsweb.com
November 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Carlos Beltran, wife lose son to miscarriage

Yankees outfielder Carlos Beltran and his wife Jessica suffered a miscarriage yesterday. Carlos posted on his Facebook page: La vida me acaba de quitar la bendición de tener mi primer hijo (varón). Conozco de Dios y vivo agradecido por todas sus bendiciones como mi bella familia, amigos, fanáticos y mi carrera. Todo es y será en el tiempo perfecto de Dios y así mi esposa y...
Via Bob's Blitz
September 18, 2014  |  1 Comment

New York Yankees trade rumors: Are the Yanks done yet?

The New York Yankees have already made four moves in the trade, but I still don’t think general manager Brian Cashman is done yet. Cashman has been actively looking to upgrade his roster after a season filled with injuries and disappointment. Although the trades he has made so far are rather small, it has seemed to help. Their most recent trade was on Thursday for left-hander Chris...
Via isportsweb.com
July 26, 2014  |  Discuss

So excited over Beltran's walk-off, The Master forgot to warble

If you went to bed last night fantasizing about John Sterling's Win Warble - expecting a Godzillian, 7.00-second, shark-nado of vocalization and joy - you'd be surprised.In the aftermath of Carlos Beltran's walk-off off home run, The Master gave no warble, none. He even sort of flubbed Beltran's home run call.Ladies and gentleman, let it be known that John Sterling...

Faces in new places: What to expect from Carlos Beltran as a member of the New York Yankees

Carlos Beltran played his best baseball in New York, as a member of the Mets. Now, the soon to be 37 year old outfielder looks to wind down his days with the Subway Series rival New York Yankees. Beltran received a commitment of $15,000,000 per year over the next three seasons to play for the Bronx Bombers, taking him through his age 40 season. We’ve referenced his age twice in...
Via Fantasy Sports Locker Room
January 22, 2014  |  Discuss

New York Yankees should address pitching

The New York Yankees found themselves in the headlines this week. For one, they lost longtime second baseman Robinson Cano to the Seattle Mariners. However, with the Yankees being the Yankees and no strangers to digging deep for highly touted free agents, they inked centerfielder Jacoby Ellsbury away from their bitter rival and World Series champion Boston Red Sox, as well as inking...
Via isportsweb.com
December 08, 2013  |  Discuss
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