Carlos Silva

Boston Red Sox #23 - Pitcher

  • Born: 04/23/79
  • Age: 35
  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 280

Fan Foils By The Numbers: Milton Bradley


Welcome to the debut of the "Fan Foils By The Numbers" series. This flip side to the "Fan Favorites" series could really only lead off with one player.

K% vs. BB%: Which affects performance more?


If we can control for one variable: strikeout percentage or walk percentage, can we try and discover which metric most affects performance?

Beavan, Ramirez battle for final rotation slots


Blake Beavan appears to have earned a rotation spot ahead of Erasmo Ramirez. Does it matter?

Fear The World Baseball Classic (But Not Too Much)


There's reason for teams to be concerned about having their players participate in the World Baseball Classic, but perhaps not as much as history suggests.

The Company That Hector Noesi Keeps

Hector Noesi is in the company of some rather disliked previous Seattle Mariners. In terms of his statistical performance, anyway.

Toward a Pitch-Based Metric, Part I: Balls and Strikes


How much can balls and strikes reveal about overall performance? As it turns out, quite a bit.

Boston Red Sox Release Carlos Silva


The Boston Red Sox have announced that they have released starting pitcher Carlos Silva. Silva was in contention for the fourth or fifth rotation spot before dropping out of the contest with right...

Carlos Silva (Shoulder) Out Of Red Sox Rotation Mix


Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine announced on Tuesday the RHP Carlos Silva is out of the running for the fifth starter gig after having inflammation in his throwing shoulder.

Carlos Silva's Sore Shoulder Knocks Him From Red Sox Competition


The supposed seven-man competition for two slots in the Red Sox rotation became a six-man battle with Carlos Silva's shoulder injury taking him out of the mix.

Today In Brewer History: Aramis Erupts


We've talked a lot about learning to like Aramis Ramirez as a Brewer this winter but we didn't always feel that way, and one year ago today we certainly had some fun at his expense. In the fourth...

John Maine And How He Might Help The Red Sox Bullpen


John Maine has missed most of the last two years due to shoulder injuries, but if healthy, what can he be for the Red Sox?

Tim Wakefield Mulling Retirement


Is Tim Wakefield done in Boston?

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