Baseball Blogs Weigh In: Kinsler, Baker, Trout, Loney

Eight years ago today, Barry Bonds passed Willie Mays on the all-time home run list by taking Ben Ford of the Brewers deep. His 661st career blast put him in third place all-time. The ball was caught by the same fan in McCovey Cove who caught Bonds' 660th career homer the night before. Here's the latest from around the baseball corner of the web…

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4 Comments on "Baseball Blogs Weigh In: Kinsler, Baker, Trout, Loney"


BlueCatuli
3 years 4 months ago

Man I wish Prior had panned out. Still hurts to think about.

johnsilver
3 years 4 months ago

┬áSo does Wayne Garland.. Injuries happen to foundations of a team’s SP and you just never know how/when.

At least He didn’t go from winning 20G, to losing 19 and leading the league with those loses, plus blowing out his arm like Garland did…

johnsilver
3 years 4 months ago

There has to be some decent, offensive stadium the Mets can move Bay to and another horrible salary they can take back and be rid of him.

I still think he can be a useful piece/bat, just even on the road he can’t get anything going and is just in a cycle of nothingness at Queens.

Shame Boston owes Lackey a bit more and he is hurt, because also think he is a useful pitcher as well and he would be more than an adequate pitcher in the National league, if not at Fenway More of a chance if that useless NE media would stop their rabid reporting of entirely useless news.

3 years 4 months ago

They could probably get rid of Bay, but would have to pay a significant portion of that contract.