Hot Stove Report: Cabrera, Hudson promise old tricks for old dogs
The Reds signed
In a curious move, the Blue Jays inked
Sadly, none of this matters. Gregg possesses some sort of voodoo instrument that makes coaches employ him as their closer, even though more talented weapons (cough,
In 2009, Bedard had an ace-like 2.82 ERA and 1.19 WHIP to go along with a sweet 9.76 strikeouts per nine innings (K/9). Though his 3.55 fielding independent pitching (FIP) suggests his ERA was a mirage, he was still a very good fantasy starter when healthy. Playing in front of a standout Mariners defense, and with the ability to rack up the Ks, Bedard has the potential to provide sick fantasy value.
The Nationals continued their busy off-season by signing