1. Baseball: Best Of The Decade

    I thought I'd take a look at which players had the best decade in several key areas of the game. I don't really care who hit the most homers or had the highest batting average...

    Max Borland Written by Max Borland about over 3 years ago 941 reads 5 comments

  2. Cliff Lee and Zack Greinke: Surprises That Should Not Have Been Very Surprising

    I could have sworn everyone was expecting Cliff Lee to go to the team that offered him the most money. He was supposed to become the second highest-paid Yankee and the third most-overpaid Yankee...

    Max Borland Written by Max Borland about over 3 years ago 1,226 reads 5 comments

  3. Adrian Beltre: Destinations That Make Sense

    Adrian Beltre picked a good time to become a free agent and a good year to produce like an elite offensive force. Of course we've seen this before...

    Max Borland Written by Max Borland about over 3 years ago 1,764 reads 4 comments

  4. Miguel Olivo: The Mariners Behind the Dish and the Sorry Market for Catchers

    The Mariners were bad behind the plate in 2010. In fact, they were sub-par in every position except right field. Miguel Olivo was recently signed to a two-year deal by the team to be their everyday catcher...

    Max Borland Written by Max Borland about over 3 years ago 722 reads 7 comments

  5. Adam Dunn And His New, Entirely Reasonable, Contract

    Continuing my periodic ranting and raving about the current free agent class, I have come to Adam Dunn . Mr. Dunn, power hitter extraordinaire, earned a four year deal with the Chicago White Sox a week ago...

    Max Borland Written by Max Borland about over 3 years ago 1,012 reads 2 comments

  6. Luke Scott Does Not Represent Major League Baseball

    According to Luke Scott , “Obama does not represent America.” This article is not an ideological rant or a political statement...

    Max Borland Written by Max Borland about over 3 years ago 3,732 reads 31 comments

  7. Jayson Werth to The Nationals: If Bad Puns Were Dollars, I'd Be Rich

    Deal He Got: 7 years, 18 million/year Deal He Should Have Got: 5 years, 12 million/year Jayson Werth is a classic late bloomer, and that’s less worrisome for a hitter than it is for a pitcher when you hear talk of nine-digit contracts...

    Max Borland Written by Max Borland about over 3 years ago 665 reads 1 comments

  8. Carl Crawford: $100 Million Is the Price to Not Have to Employ Corey Patterson

    Deal He Will Get: Seven years, $18 million/year Deal He Should Get: Five years, $10 million/year Everyone knows Carl Crawford is an elite hitter in this year’s free-agent class...

    Max Borland Written by Max Borland about over 3 years ago 300 reads 3 comments

  9. Cliff Lee: Pay First, Ask Questions 7 Years Later

    My upcoming articles will look at each free agent this season, signed or unsigned, and try to analyze what the player can be expected to do over the coming years , what the player ...

    Max Borland Written by Max Borland about over 3 years ago 414 reads 10 comments