Good job, good effort, Junior.
He looks like one of those Missing Child time-lapsed images
In the first divisional preview show for 2014, we start with the NL East. We look at each team’s Over/Under for wins and pick of divisional winner. Steve outlines his MVP, LVP and fantasy sleeper. We also manage to slam the Mets and then wax poetic on the Mets jerseys, fans and hope for the future. We look at the Braves K epidemic, the Marlins improved lineup, the Nats incredible 4th starter (2nd year in a row saying this) and then think deeply about who is the most fatherly manager in the NL East.
Over/under on ladies bedded by these two: 5,000?
Originally posted on Britt's Bird Watch:
Santana threw for numerous clubs — including the Orioles– last week and was at the team’s spring complex on Monday afternoon according to MLB.com and MLB Network Radio’s Jim Duquette. Orioles pitching prospect Eduardo Rodriguez also posted a photo with Santana.
Santana is rehabbing back from his second shoulder surgery and it would be interesting to see –if he signs– how the Orioles plan to use him. The lefty is still rehabbing and would be a guy they would likely keep in extended spring until he gets back to form. Santana’s velocity was reportedly in the 70s in his last audition.
Santana would be an interesting move for the Orioles, who have a lot of starting pitchers but space for lefties in the bullpen. The O’s are down Troy Patton, who is suspended for the first 25 games, and have a host of lefties in camp along with Brian Matusz, who is being stretched out as a starter. Santana has pitched in 360 career games, 284 starts, and is 4-2 with a 3.96 ERA in 76 relief appearances. His splits aren’t that drastic, holding right-handed hitters to a .225/.281/.364 career line and lefties to .240/.293/.394.