Plan B

Three under-the-radar suggestions for the LF/3B void. None are ideal, as Plan B's are wont to be. Jed Lowrie: It's hard to get a read on the former Red Sox prospect, who has struggled with injuries throughout his career. But when healthy he's shown flashes of becoming a solid major leaguer with developing power. The... Continue Reading →

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The Hammer never missed a nail

There was never a more consistent performer than Henry Aaron. He was the Bizarro Uggla. Hank hit .306 vs. left-handed starters, .305 vs right-handed starters, .303 at home and .306 on the road -- with slugging percentages above .500 in each situation. For his career he never hit lower than .297 in a month. His... Continue Reading →

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