James Paxton

Seattle Mariners #65 - Starting Pitcher

  • Born: 11/06/88
  • Age: 33
  • Height: 6'4"
  • Weight: 220
  • Bats/Throws: L/L

Astros Crawfish Boil: February 11th, 2021


Been hearing a lot of chatter about how the Angels are ready to give the Astros a run for the division just like they were supposed to in 2020, 2019, 2018...

The Mets’ reminaing options for starting pitching in free agency

Let’s run down the list of the starting pitchers who are still on the market.

Mets Morning News for February 11, 2021

Your Thursday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links.

Justin Turner, Jackie Bradley Jr. among best remaining MLB free agents

A majority of the top free agents this offseason have already found new homes, but there are still some quality players left who can make an impact this season.

Surveying the Starting Pitching Market


While the Cardinals have gotten better this off-season, they have not added payroll. The team let go of Kolten Wong in order to save money, and then brought back Adam Wainwright on a one year, $8...

What to expect from the NYY pitchers signed to minor league deals


Can the pitchers signed to minor league deals make meaningful contributions to the Yankees’ 2021 season?

Where the Mets can still improve heading into the 2021 season

The Mets didn’t sign Trevor Bauer, but there are a variety of options out there for them.

Yankees Mailbag: Dodgers comparisons, prospects in relief and James Paxton


The mailbag is all in on pitching conversations this week.

Yankees Potential Free Agent Target: Brad Peacock


Despite missing most of 2020 with a shoulder injury, the versatile righty can still contribute as an occasional starter or out of the bullpen.

What the Taillon and Castillo trade talks tell us about the Yankees


Last month’s events on the trade market made Brian Cashman’s MO very clear.

Thursday Bantering: Rumors, Coaching Staff


Ben Nicholson-Smith and Shi Davidi wrote about the Blue Jays choosing between James Paxton and Taijuan Walker (and I’m thinking ‘why not both’). They are saying the Paxton has more upside, but...

The Yankees need to continue to pursue starting pitching depth


The shortened 2020 season will almost certainly cause injuries that will strain pitching depth.