David Price is the favorite player for Tampa-area Jews until they promote Ben L’Chaim from Double-A. They like to invite Price to mahjong games then haggle over him. All true. Oy. Last year, David Price raised his K-rate, lowered his walk rate, knocked a run and a half off his ERA and won nineteen games. You say it’s him showing his maturity, I say it’s due to him bending his cap just slightly to avoid the fate of other flat-billed pitchypusses. Luckily, Price didn’t win the Cy Young. That would’ve sent Keith Law into a shame-the-BBWAA spiral like no one had ever seen before. I will draw a mustache on your picture, Mr.Please, blog, may I have some more?
At some point in the near future, you knew I was going to put Jesus Montero on your fantasy radar. Well, here we are. The first big question is, are the Yankees handing over catching duties to a rookie who can’t catch? As Jacques Cousteau might’ve said, I can’t fathom it. The Yankees were thinking similarly when they traded him for Cliff Lee for a brief moment in July in Buster Olney’s mind. (I think they’d probably do the trade now if they had a DeLorean.) Maybe the Yankees can have Austin Romine catch and Montero hit. Or do they only do that shizz in Pee Wee Leagues? Could Montero be the DH? I suppose. But you know when you suppose, you make a supp out of you and me. Wait, that’s wrong. The Yankees could do well going a bit younger in at least one spot on their roster. The other Jesus knows they’re old enough. So what can we expect of Jesus Montero for 2011 fantasy baseball?Please, blog, may I have some more?
New York Mets 2010 Minor League Review
Overall farm ranking according to Baseball America (2010)
2010 (22) | 2009 (17) | 2008 (17) | 2007 (13) | 2006 (28) | 2005 (19) | 2004 (10)
Record of Major and Minor League Team(s)
MLB: [79 – 83] NL East
AAA: [76 –68] International League – Buffalo
AA: [66 – 76] Eastern League – Binghamton
A+: [62 – 76] Florida League – St.