Adam Everett

Cleveland Indians #8 - Short Stop

  • Born: 02/05/77
  • Age: 37
  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 180

The Wolves of Wall Street

With Carlos Rodon getting his big pay day, here's a look at the Pack's top professional earners in all sports.

2014 Draft Profile: Joey Pankake, INF/OF, USC

University of South Carolina third basemen Joey Pankake is one of the better bats available in the draft. His bat has a good chance of helping him get to the major leagues. If he can improve his...

A Conversation With Joe Sclafani


A 14th-rounder out of Dartmouth, Joe Sclafani has always been a shortstop. But now, in a system stacked with quality infielders, he's finding ways to fit in and make himself useful.

Notes from around the BP cage


Some random thoughts about the Astros and Jonathan Villar's debut batting practice

A brief history of Astros shorstop prospect debuts


Since the franchise began, 13 shortstops have debuted with the Astros. Who was the most successful?

Astros History: Tejada's Time in Houston


A look at Miguel Tejada: his better years as an Oakland Athletic; his acquisition by the Houston Astros and where he's at now.

The Best Gifts Given To Fans By The Astros


A look at six deals made between the end of November and Christmas Eve that worked out in the Astros favor.

Astros History: Jose Vizcaino

I've always had an affinity for reserve players (See: Matt Downs and Brian Bogusevic) and one of my favorites has to be Jose Vizcaino who spent five years backing up positions in the infield. In...

Astros History: Adam Everett's 2006 Season


Adam Everett had a very good season in 2006 whether you realize it or not.

Friday's Three Astros Things


Talking reluctantly about Roger Clemens' trial, predicting based on the first 10 games and Houston's shortstop duo.

Bullpen Falters, Astros Drop Series To Marlins


Since we've waited quite a long time after the game for the recap, here's some random thoughts about the Astros I had at various points today:

Is Jim Leyland the Tigers' biggest inefficiency?


Should teams risk putting so much weight on one man to manage both players and tactics after investing so much time and effort into finding the right players?

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