Source: FanGraphs Team WAR Leader: Ken Griffey Jr.: Shawn O'Malley .488 WPA Team WAR Leader Steve Finley: Taijuan Walker -.398 WPA JerryUnits: 1 Kiss Me I'm Irish out of 1.
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18 days ago
On Friday morning, Steve Finley was part of an All-Star Legacy event hosted by Major League Baseball and the Padres at the National Veterans Transition Services facility in San Diego. NVTS is dedicated to assisting veterans in adjusting to civilian life and securing meaningful employment.
July 08, 2016
MLB caught up with four key cogs from that '98 team -- Andy Ashby, Steve Finley, Sterling Hitchcock and Greg Vaughn -- about their favorite memories from that season and where life has taken them in the nearly two decades since that NL pennant-winning campaign.
July 01, 2016
PARIS (AP) Having spent this week coaching her, two-time All-Star Steve Finley says the French 16-year-old making history as the first woman on Major League Baseball's international registration list is ''very coachable'' and has ''good baseball I.Q.'' Speaking to The Associated Press, Finley wouldn't hazard a guess at whether Melissa Mayeux will one day make it to the big league...
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July 03, 2015 | Discuss
PARIS (AP) Simply by playing ball, Melissa Mayeux is busting through barriers. Becoming the first ever woman on Major League Baseball's international registration list, making her eligible to be signed by pro teams, is just the latest trail blazed by the 16-year-old shortstop from France. Previously, she successfully got a ''no-girls-allowed'' rule abolished so she could keep playing...
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July 01, 2015 | Discuss
The Dodgers can clinch the National League West by taking two of three games from the archrival Giants this week at Chavez Ravine. If that happens, we should recognize the parallels to one of the great, underrated baseball moments over the past quarter century: Steve Finley's division-clinching, walk-off grand slam against the Giants on the next-to-last day of the 2004 season. Think...
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Thirty-four-year-old Steve Finley was the last of the Diamondbacks' great free-agent wave in the winter of 1998, and he signed with a clear vision of the future. "I want to win now," said Finley, who followed Randy Johnson, Todd Stottlemyre, Greg Swindell, Greg Colbrunn and Armando Reynoso into the desert. "I'm not a 22-year-old who's going to play another 10...
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