The Rich Get Richer Bud Selig and the big market owners at MLB have put a hatchet in the back of the Small and Mid market teams with this new Collective Bargaining Agreement. The small market teams have been all but marginalized. They will no longer have any opportunity to compete under the new rules. … More What the Changes in the MLB CBA Really Mean
Wednesday November 16, 2011 According to sources at the MLB General Managers meetings in Milwaukee, the San Diego Padres made a two offer to 34 year old former Dodgers and Cardinals shortstop Rafael Furcal. While the exact terms are not known, the offer was reportedly for 2 years/$15 million with an option year. Furcal’s agent, … More Padres make offer to Rafael Furcal
The Definition of a Great Closer: To be considered the best closer in the game of baseballyou need to do one simple thing, Save the highest percentage of games. It doesn’t matter what the velocity is on your fastball.It doesn’t matter how many guys you strike out per nine innings.It doesnt matter what your ERA … More Closers that Blow Saves Suck
Guest Post from The Hammer Another year, another change. The Padres rolled out their new uniforms yesterday and the first thought that came to mind was… why? Again? Why? Fans always complain that they don’t want to buy players jerseys because they don’t stay long, well why would anyone want to buy Padres jerseys … More Another year, another change.
Over the next month you will begin to see articles from several guest writers at Websoulsurfer. Some talking about San Diego Padres baseball, some about MLB and some about other subjects near and dear to baseball fans. Like me, these guys are looking for a place to express themselves without endangering their jobs. They will … More Guest Writers @ Websoulsurfer