1. The Five Biggest Busts in Baseball Since 2000

    In baseball, there are no exceptions. If you fill the potentials in you or live up to what you are getting paid, there will be no problems. But if you do not, your career takes very large U-turn...

    Jason Kim Written by Jason Kim about 4 years ago 1,905 reads 9 comments

  2. New York Yankees Next Back Up Plan

    I previously wrote a scouting report on Eduardo Nunez, a young shortstop with great batting, speed and occasional power. Nunez is currently in the New York Yankees Triple A system, the Scranton Wilkes Barre Yankees...

    Jason Kim Written by Jason Kim about 4 years ago 214 reads 0 comments

  3. Why Javier Vasquez's Start Against the Mets Meant Nothing

    Javier Vasquez was acquired by the Yankees this offseason. There were many arguments involving this trade because of the struggles he had as a Yankee back in 2004. There were two sides...

    Jason Kim Written by Jason Kim about 4 years ago 104 reads 6 comments

  4. Injury Bug Depletes Already Struggling Baltimore Orioles

    Every Major League team has a checklist. The Baltimore Orioles have one. Talent: B Potential: A Stats: D Durability of Players: F The O's have had trouble with many things this season, and the injury bug adds more bad news to the cause...

    Jason Kim Written by Jason Kim about 4 years ago 123 reads 2 comments

  5. Dave Trembley on the Hot Seat: How Long Can He Stay?

    Dave Trembley compiled a 64-98 record in 2009. He had a 68-93 record in 2008. This season, Trembley is leading the Orioles to a crisis with a 14-31 record...

    Jason Kim Written by Jason Kim about 4 years ago 157 reads 0 comments

  6. It's Yost Time: Ned Yost Continues to Improve the Kansas City Royals As a Whole

    Ned Yost, former Major League player and manager of the Milwaukee Brewers, is leading the Kansas City Royals: to the bright side of things...

    Jason Kim Written by Jason Kim about 4 years ago 264 reads 0 comments

  7. Is It Time For Trevor Hoffman to Step Down?

    Trevor Hoffman is the all time leader in saves with 596 (as of May 21, 2010) in 18 seasons. After playing for the San Diego Padres for a long time, Hoffman was acquired by the Milwaukee Brewers before the 2009 season...

    Jason Kim Written by Jason Kim about 4 years ago 137 reads 6 comments

  8. Pat Burrell Released: Is The Padres or Giants a Possibility?

    Outfielder/DH Pat Burrell has been released by the Tampa Bay Rays. Burrell, 33, signed with the Rays in the offseason to a 2 year $16 million contract, after their run at their first World Series Championship...

    Jason Kim Written by Jason Kim about 4 years ago 638 reads 0 comments

  9. MLB: Roy Oswalt Want to Get Out Of Houston

    Roy Oswalt reportedly requested to the owner of the Houston Astros, Drayton McLane Junior, to be traded this season, the Chicago Tribune reports. Oswalt, 32, is currently and has been the ace of the struggling Astros this season...

    Jason Kim Written by Jason Kim about 4 years ago 139 reads 0 comments

  10. What the New York Yankees Should've Done Last Season

    New York Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman has been smart in some ways. Other times, he hasn't been too smart...

    Jason Kim Written by Jason Kim about 4 years ago 377 reads 22 comments

  11. Orioles Have Everything To Prove Against Weak Royals

    It's obvious. The Baltimore Orioles have struggled mightily in the American League East this season. There are some quality players on this roster. Nick Markakis, Ty Wigginton, Miguel Tejada and Kevin Millwood can all contribute...

    Jason Kim Written by Jason Kim about 4 years ago 106 reads 0 comments

  12. Baltimore Orioles Lose Another Game, Series

    The Baltimore Orioles are 12-26: a .316 winning percentage. With the Houston Astros now at 13 wins, the O's are leading the majors in something: losses. And even though the season is not even close to being halfway through, the Orioles are already 14...

    Jason Kim Written by Jason Kim about 4 years ago 55 reads 1 comments

  13. The New York Yankees' Future Ace and Catcher

    There's no doubt the New York Yankees has had some pretty good prospects over the years: Mariano Rivera, Andy Pettitte, Jorge Posada, and Derek Jeter...

    Jason Kim Written by Jason Kim about 4 years ago 604 reads 4 comments

  14. MLB Report: Do the Baltimore Orioles Have Any All-Stars in 2010?

    Last year when the Baltimore Orioles had a 64-98 finish, there was another disappointing fact behind the season: the team had only one All-Star—Adam Jones. Jones ended up on the All-Star team last year as a reserve after a strong 1st half...

    Jason Kim Written by Jason Kim about 4 years ago 338 reads 3 comments

  15. For the Baltimore Orioles, Is Being in the AL East a Good Thing?

    The Baltimore Orioles have been struggling over the last couple of years. The O's do have a reasonable excuse for some of their down years: They are in the toughest division in Major ...

    Jason Kim Written by Jason Kim about 4 years ago 152 reads 0 comments

  16. Dallas Braden Throws Perfect Game Against Rays

    Twenty-seven up, twenty-seven down. Oakland Athletics pitcher lefty Dallas Braden threw the 17th ever perfect game (in the Modern Era) today against the Tampa Bay Rays, and the first one on Mother's Day...

    Jason Kim Written by Jason Kim about 4 years ago 251 reads 24 comments

  17. No Surprise: JaMarcus Russell Released by Oakland Raiders

    Former 2007 No. 1 draft pick JaMarcus Russell was released by the Oakland Raiders today. He was signed to the richest contract ever by a draft pick: a six-year, $61 million contract...

    Jason Kim Written by Jason Kim about 4 years ago 232 reads 23 comments

  18. Why Colby Lewis Is The Next Big Thing in Baseball

    How great is this story? Colby Lewis struggles with several Major League teams, the Rangers, Athletics, Tigers, and the Nationals, in the U.S. Then in 2008 and 2009, he plays for the Hiroshima Toyo Carps in Japan...

    Jason Kim Written by Jason Kim about 4 years ago 345 reads 4 comments

  19. Javier Vasquez To San Francisco?

    Javier Vasquez is struggling in the American League. Period. Someone needs to send this guy to a National League as soon as possible. Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman would trade him for prospects or a consistent arm for the American League...

    Jason Kim Written by Jason Kim about 4 years ago 878 reads 54 comments

  20. San Diego Padres of 2010 Another Tampa Bay Rays of 2008?

    For the 2010 season, San Diego Padres General Manager Jed Hoyer took over to make the disappointing team in 2009, better. Hoyer made some decent additions, such as Jerry Hairston Jr...

    Jason Kim Written by Jason Kim about 4 years ago 344 reads 1 comments

  21. The Kansas City Royals and The Key For Their Future

    There is no doubt the Royals have better expectations of themselves every single season from their previous year. It seems the Royals will have a break out year soon. The Kansas City Royals struck gold when they called Billy Butler up, a ...

    Jason Kim Written by Jason Kim about 4 years ago 171 reads 1 comments

  22. The O'S Will Never Win Until Their Pitching Staff Steps Up

    The Baltimore Orioles. You need another Rays 2008 season for them to actually have a chance, especially in the AL East with the Yankees, Rays, Red Sox, and the improving Blue Jays...

    Jason Kim Written by Jason Kim about 4 years ago 364 reads 3 comments

  23. Things Are Already Looking Bad for the Baltimore Orioles

    I'm sorry O's fans: it's the truth. The Orioles might have made some good additions such as Kevin Millwood to lead the young pitching staff and Mike Gonzalez to close out games, but neither has paid out yet...

    Jason Kim Written by Jason Kim about 4 years ago 212 reads 0 comments

  24. Creating the Ultimate MLB Position Player

    What would it be like to have the best baseball Position Player? How fast? How much power? The only player who ever came close to being that was Babe Ruth, but he couldn't play at least four positions on the field...

    Jason Kim Written by Jason Kim about 4 years ago 713 reads 24 comments

  25. The Best Possible Starting Rotation For The 2010 Season

    In the 2010 season, some teams have the most dominant pitchers of the game. If MLB had to go against any kind of other league out of the United States, which pitchers would you take? ...

    Jason Kim Written by Jason Kim about 4 years ago 2,636 reads 87 comments