No Trades this week.
M L INJURIES
The Coat Factory called up the RF'er and he goes out with Hip Inflamation. Jason "For" Ransom will be back in 2 weeks....Maybe?
Austin lost their R-5 pickup for 2 months.To bad..this kid was having a great year.
The Tabaky Farmers signed this unhealthy player for a year ,hoping that he could make it thru the season. NOT!! Out for 2 months. He will be a free agent next year for you Gamblers.
This misfit will take his yearly 2 week DL Break. He adds a broken Finger to his long list of injuries.
Poor Wylie...... This nice CF'er went on the DL for 2 weeks. Wylie was so distraught that he put this guy on the Waiver Wire. Will someone pick him up for the stretch run??
Sordie Signed this cat to a big contract last year after he won the CY-Young. Now all of a sudden he can't make it thru an entire season without a injury. The Moonbats will need his arm to go far in the playoffs.
nwsheehy007 took another gamble on a sickly player. And..well......2-1/2 months with elbow tendinitis He only has 3 more years at 6.3 million per, left on his contract.
8.2 million and a S/T invite for my newest prospect. While his Stamina and Control are a little low for my liking. He will need a good bullpen for wins. His splits and 2 pitches in th 90's may make up for his lack of innings pitched. Oh and he throws a 90 MPH Knuckleball....LOL
Minor Leaguer. A DITR bump could get him higher.
This prospect has good projections until you get to the pitches. But at only 6.5 million . He's worth the gamble.
6.1 and a S/T invite for this pitching prospect. His pitching Splits are Low for a ML'er but the other projections are nice, indeed.
Rookie innings eater.
At 5.5 million this bullpen prospect could be a steal. Nice projections all around and I bid on him. But after I signed Yamamoto there wasn't enough left in my prospect budget.
1.2 million for this prospect that has a good chance of pitching in the bigs.
soxfan gets another decent prospect for 2 million.
desanders spent 7.2 million for a very nice pitching prospect. Money well spent.