Bats: Right Throws: Right Height: 6’0” 180 lbs. DOB: 7/17/86(Arkansas/Salt Lake): 5-0, 2.87 ERA, 18 BBs, 69 Ks, 78.1 IPIn any endeavor, there’s always a debate between substance and form. For baseball, the debate is between results on the field versus executing the mechanics of the game with perfection.Representing the substance side of the equation is Jeremy Berg. He doesn’t...
Interview conducted by Rick Dykhuizen, AngelsWin.com Contributor
Last month, AngelsWin.com published an article suggesting that the Angels should promote Jeremy Berg to the Major Leagues in September. There are many good and compelling reasons for the team to do so. You can read that article here.
AngelsWin.com still stands by that article. However, with the Salt Lake Bees...
By David Saltzer, AngelsWin.com Senior Writer -
What if I told you that for just the pro-rated portion of
this year’s Major League minimum salary the Angels could get a relief pitcher
with a career ERA of 3.06 and a career WHIP of just 1.16? You’d probably say,
there’s a catch, like he’s got an injury or those are career numbers, not this
year’s numbers. If you said...