1. Jake Peavy 19-6/240/2.54/1.06 Your pitching staff was in pretty good shape if Peavy was your number one starter as long as your number two starter wasn’t Kip Wells. Leading the majors in strikeouts (though Bedard might have made a claim for that if he was healthy at the end of the year), leading the […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
1. Jorge Posada .338/91/20/90/2 At 36, easily his best year since 2003. If you saw this year coming, kudos to you. Maybe you should start your own blog called, “I Lied About Knowing How Well Posada Was Going To Do This Year.” Sixty points above his career average spells one thing: F-L-U-K-E. But if you […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
1. Matt Holliday .340/120/36/137/11 I had him on every team. I’m not prescient. Not Nostradamus. Not even Ms. Cleo. Frankly, I’m more surprised Schwarzenegger is the governor of California than I am about Holliday’s season. Ten years ago, you wouldn’t have believed Schwarzenegger PLAYING the role of Governor. You would have said, “I liked the […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
1. Alex Rodriguez .314/143/54/156/24 The only sign that he was human this year is when he was caught in a strip club. The effortlessness in which he plays the game makes it extremely effortful (I made up that word) to like him, but if you had him on your team you probably were able to […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
1. Hanley Ramirez .332/125/29/81/51 If it wasn’t for Arod’s insane year, everyone would be talking about the year Hanley Ramirez had. Oh, and you didn’t have to draft him in the 1st round. Look at those numbers again. One homer off a 30/50 season? That’s insane. Experts have been calling for a 30/50 season from […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
1. Brandon Phillips .288/107/30/94/32 Not since Soriano have we seen this power and speed combo from 2nd. For the price you probably paid for Phillips, this guy single-handedly won leagues or, at the least, kept owners right in the mix. I know in one of my leagues the owner who had Phillips easily finished five […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
1. Prince Fielder For lack of a better word, his season was: FAT. .288/109/50/119/2 The most surprising number there is the 2 steals. Was fielder’s indifference not scored properly? Love to hear from readers if they witnessed either of Prince’s steals. Anywho, the ladies love the long ball, so, by contractual obligation, they love Prince. […]Please, blog, may I have some more?