Thursday, July 1, 2010

Hitting the Links

Baseball America breaks down the Best and Worst offenses across all of Minor League Baseball. The New Hampshire Fisher Cats and Portland Sea Dogs show up in the Top 10 Most Patient Teams in the biz, thanks to their high walk totals. Baseball America

Apparently the newest Fisher Cat and former Cuban Junior National shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria likes his speed. Gray Matter

The Vermont Lake Monsters are off to the best start in team history. Infielder Blake Kelso (currently batting .333) has been a big reason for their success and this week's New York-Penn League Notebook discusses his contributions.

At the ripe-old-age of 24, the box office force that is Amanda Bynes has announced her retirement from the acting game. The Bowie Baysox of the Eastern League wanted to ensure that her legacy was recognized, so on June 29th they had an Amanda Bynes Retirement Party, complete with cake and Bynes movies clips...but no Bynes!

Logan Lietz does a great job at breaking down "The Expendables: Boston's Most Tradeable Prospects." This isn't one of those crazed, sports-talk radio callers trying to dish Manny Delcarmen and Mike Lowell for Adrian Gonzalez types...strictly calm, enlighted information here. Over the Monster

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