Tag Archives: Robinson Cano

More on Matt Kemp: What To Do, What To Do?

Last night the Dodgers lost to Pittsburgh, 2-1, which was their third consecutive loss. Replacing the injured Carl Crawford, the game marked Matt Kemp’s third consecutive start in left field after having been benched for his poor defense and lack … Continue reading

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Did Robinson Cano Already Wear Out His Welcome?

On December 7, 2013, I queried “why in the world did Robinson Cano become the most overpaid human being in the history of the world?” My answer was: “…because he is a decent ballplayer who is the best of a … Continue reading

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Long-Term Contracts and Pitchers: Do They EVER Work Out?

In the history of huge contracts given to major league pitchers, the Dodgers have written the text book: The textbook on what NOT to do. The one caveat is that their gruesome history of throwing millions of dollars at unsuspecting … Continue reading

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Dodgers’ Talks For Matt Kemp Deal Make No Sense

Clearly, Matt Kemp has been a disaster for the past two seasons, missing half the Dodgers’ games with an assortment of serious injuries. But, he is still the guy who missed a grand total of 11 games over the preceding … Continue reading

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Who is Robinson Cano and How is He Worth 1/4 Billion Dollars?

It doesn’t matter and he isn’t. Period. But first, a couple of good things to say about Cano: NBC has a report that one of the big influences on Cano moving on was that he did NOT want to play … Continue reading

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Guaranteed to Happen This Off Season

What will happen this winter (and in one instance next season) as 29 losing teams set their sites on the 2014 World Championship: 1. Kirk Gibson will flee the depraved confines of the Fascist Republic of Arizona and take his … Continue reading

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