Bobby Parnell throws gas. You know this. He throws his high 90s four seam fastball a lot – something like 80% of the time. You probably know this. Parnell really only has one secondary pitch, an 87 mph slider, that he throws about 15% of the time. What you probably don’t Continue reading
Monthly Archives: September 2010
As Matt had mentioned in yesterday’s post, the Mets had traded Jeff Francoeur for infielder Joaquin Arias just before the trade deadline. Matt did a great job of profiling Arias and what the Mets can expect from him this season and beyond.
But I wanted to take one last moment to recount Francoeur’s contributions to the Mets (and lack thereof). Continue reading
So the Mets actually obtained some value for Jeff Francoeur, as they aquired Joaquin Arias, a 25 year-old middle infielder once traded for Alex Rodriguez, from Texas. Arias, who is out of minor league options, will provide depth for the Mets at 2b as they evaluate their options for 2011. Like Francoeur, Continue reading