Monthly Archives October 2009


Money talks, and so I fully expect Milton Bradley to be back in the Cub lineup next year. Bradley’s previous employers were careful to maintain leverage over him, so they could jettison him on a moment’s notice. Cleveland traded Bradley in April of ’04, and Oakland DFA’d him early in 2007. In both cases, the […]

Two housekeeping items

Here are end-of-season numbers for Koyie Hill and Geovany Soto in terms of games won/lost and runs for/against. It’s still a smallish data sample, as evidenced by the closing of the gap, under “average runs against,” in just the last week or ten days of the season. See my previous post. Soto’s numbers are impacted […]