Monthly Archives: July 2010

The Looming Trade Deadline

As next Saturday’s MLB trade deadline quickly approaches, one of the prized position players who may be available is the Washington Nationals’ Adam Dunn. At this point, a contract extension to his current deal is highly unlikely and Dunn is … Continue reading

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Harrisburg’s Time to Shine

All in all, it really was a great night on City Island and the Senators’ organization put on one hell of a show for this year’s edition of the Eastern League All-Star Game. Here are some of my both good … Continue reading

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Back in the ‘Burg

Back in the ‘Burg Without an overwhelming fastball or dominant out pitch, soft-tossing control pitchers walk a tightrope between success and getting shelled each time they take the mound. Some have a successful career like Mark Buerhle or Jamie Moyer, … Continue reading

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