Three big Holiday trades have again reshaped the team roster and the GM says they are not done.
With range ratings coming out in a month. the seemingly usual pace of off season trades has really picked up and there were 13 trades completed before the New Potatoes were able to strike...but strike they did with three straight big trades that has shaped the roster for next year while giving up some real good young talent for some proven veterans that had some injuries(and one new acquisition that still has a whole lot of explaining to do with his new team's fan base!).
The next task at hand is to prepare for a few more trades to get the roster pared down for the 17 man cut down(we hoping for a few surprises when the range ratings are announced). For now the New Potatoes players are going to have to get some new team chemistry , but not till after the team attempts to advance to the world series(though the very formidable and designed for playoff success LVI stands their way!).
Thursday, November 28, 2013
Thursday, November 21, 2013
Twenty-three years of Outlaw All-Time strikeout leaders, from 1991 to 2013 including the predecessor NASBL Cleveland Indians and San Diego Padres:
- 1820, Tim Hudson, 2000 - 2013
- 1730, Jake Peavy, 2004-2013
- 1153, Andy Ashby, 1994-2003
- 1056, Mark Langston, 1991-1995
- 1003, Charles Nagy, 1992-1999
Thursday, November 14, 2013
Twenty-three years of Outlaw All-Time hits leaders, from 1991 to 2013 including the predecessor NASBL Cleveland Indians and San Diego Padres:
- 2474, Manny Ramirez, 1995 - 2011
- 1879, Omar Vizquel, 1996-2011
- 1631, Albert Belle, 1992-2001
- 1625, Kenny Lofton, 1993-2001
- 1255, Tony Gwynn, 1994-2000