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Tag Archives: Robb Nen
Usually one sees this the other way around — how many good prospects became good players? It’s the foundation of any good prospect analysis, and indeed what we see is that higher-ranked prospects usually perform better in the majors than … Continue reading
Last time, we looked at Giant position players who had led the team in WAR in every given ten-year period, from 1883-92 to 2005-14, from Roger Connor to Buster Posey. So today, I’ll reveal the list of pitchers who led … Continue reading
In 2012, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim powered their way to 89 wins primarily on the strength of their offense. Mike Trout led the Halos’ effort with an amazing 8.6 offensive WAR (or “oWAR,” which is WAR without consideration … Continue reading
Each year, Baseball America publishes a list of each team’s top-10 prospects. They’ve had the list going back to 1998 on their website, but they’ve actually been doing rankings since 1983. I discovered just recently that they’ve published the full … Continue reading
As part of his temper-tantrum because the taxpayers of Miami won’t build him a ballpark, Florida Marlins owner Wayne Huizinga trades pitcher Robb Nen to the Giants for pitchers Joe Fontenot, Mike Villano‚ and Mick Pageler.