Yasmani Grandal

San Diego Padres #8 - Catcher

  • Born: 11/08/88
  • Age: 25
  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 205
  • Bats/Throws: S/R
2014 Padres 13 31 3 11 1 0 1 3 6 9 1 0 .355 .459 .484

Can the Padres contend in 2014?

With three wins in their last five games, and an apparent ace on their staff in Andrew Cashner, the Padres may be better than anyone expected. But would that even be considered good?

Behind Enemy Lines: Q&A with Gaslamp Ball

The Tigers and Padres will play a three-game series for the first time since 2008.

Grandal video bombs Seth Smith interview

The interviewer deserves credit for not giving it away, too.

Padres Pinch Pennies, Get Everyone Under Contract

With everyone finally under contract, a couple of players will not be getting as much as they did in 2013.

Padres FanFest Was A Fun Fest

My day in word form.

Yasmani Grandal could be ready for Opening Day

The Padres catcher suffered a torn ACL in July.

Fantasy Catcher Rankings: NL-only Sleepers

Ray offers fantasy owners a few catcher sleepers for NL only leagues for 2014, including Devin Mesoraco and a few others.

2014 MLB Prospect Review: Austin Hedges

Austin Hedges has been headlining prospect top 10s on many of the major prospect sites, but our staff ranked him as the #8 fantasy prospect on his team. What does his profile look like for fantasy owners, and is the difference as significant as that?

Byrnes talks instant replay and Headley's contract

Here's my notes from Josh Byrnes' interview on the Mighty 1090.

This Day in Reds History: Cincy lands Latos

On this day in 1932, the Reds and the Cardinals completed a three player trade. Cincinnati sent right-hander Ownie Carroll and outfielder Estel Crabtree to St. Louis in exchange for first baseman...

Biogenesis - The Elephant in the Room

Almost a year has passed and 13 players have been suspended, but Major League Baseball has managed to keep much of the story out of the public eye. Fans won't see a cleaned-up MLB until they understand why it's dirty in the first place.

Robinson's Home Run Continues A Strange Trend

Last night, Chris Robinson became the 4th San Diego Padres catcher to have his 1st Major League hit leave the park since 2011.

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