With the Winter Meetings coming to an end, I thought it would be a good time to take a look at the offseason happenings in the AL Central. Included are the major moves each team has made, a recap of those moves and a grade on how each team has done up to this point.
Key Additions: Ian Kinsler, Joe Nathan, Rajai Davis, Joba Chamberlain, Steve Lombardozzi, and Ian Krol
Key Losses: Prince Fielder, Doug Fister,
Updated 12-12-2013 at 11:05 PM by JP3700
Josh Willingham is coming off the worst full season of his career. It's very easy to say that this was due to a 34 year old player reaching his inevitable decline. But is it really that simple? I wanted to take a deeper look at the numbers to see if this was the case.
Willingham actually started his 2013 campaign off well. He continued where he had left off in 2012. Josh posted a .250/.400/.544 slash line in April. Unfortunately, that would be the only month where he was above league
Updated 12-10-2013 at 10:42 AM by JP3700
This off-season has been a crazy one. A lot of the big name free agents are already off the board and we're not even at the winter meetings yet. What has also been interesting is the amount of significant trades that have been made.
Trades are, by far, the most interesting transaction in any sport. There are usually winners and losers, and they are often fun to discuss and breakdown. For trades to happen, a lot of things have to come together. Supply and demand, the amount of money