Rey Ordonez

Seattle Mariners #10 - Short Stop

  • Born: 01/11/71
  • Age: 51
  • Height: 5-9
  • Weight: 160

MLB hater nation: Tampa Bay Rays


If a team wins the Wild Card, but nobody is around to see it, does it truly count?

Mets Morning News for June 9, 2020

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

Braves Flashback/Recap: April 12


Let’s stay in 2001, where the Braves and Mets were locked in on a roll of good pitching

Braves Recap/Flashback: April 11


Greg Maddux and the Braves pulled off a combined Maddux

Braves Flashback/Recap: April 7


In 2002, the Braves won an early-season marathon on a walkoff to stave off a sweep.

Joey Votto, offensive juggernaut of his generation


A who’s who of baseball sluggers from the last three decades, with Votto almost atop the giant list.

The Good Phight’s Team of the Decade


Here is who we thought took the honors

Richie Martin showed some growing pains in 2019


The former first-round draft pick struggled at the plate for the O’s this season before heating up late. Can he be "the guy" at shortstop, or is he destined for utility roles?

NYY News: Return of the Mac-hado rumors (HERE I GO)


Yankees check in on Manny Machado; 2018 ZiPS projections for the Yankees; Mets might be interested in Todd Frazier; Yankees sign Jace Peterson to a minor league deal

20 Years of Rays Baseball: 2003, a wave of excitement


A new core is established, but the team still can’t seem to win

2017 Arizona Fall League Preview: Scottsdale Scorpions Roster


A closer look at the roster of the Scottsdale Scorpions of the Arizona Fall League featuring prospects from the Angels, Giants, Mets, Reds, and Yankees.


The Mets are dealing with all of the pitcher injuries

Tuesday’s Say Hey, Baseball looks at the Mets’ rotation, Opening Day highlights, and Rey Ordonez.