Cliff Lee

Philadelphia Phillies #33 - Starting Pitcher

  • Born: 08/30/78
  • Age: 43
  • Height: 6'3"
  • Weight: 205
  • Bats/Throws: L/L

One and Gone (Almost) for Sure

Lancing the theory that Lynn isn’t a rental

Congratulations to the Hall of Fame Class of 2021: [sad trombone]

No one makes the cut — and no player comes particularly close

A new international signing period begins today


This is an update of the piece from a year ago: Phillies international signings: their share of major league talent, but no stars About a quarter of all current production (by WAR) is generated by...

Top 60 All-Time Greatest Blue Jays: #55 A.J. Burnett


Allan James Burnett | RHP | 2006 - 2008 A.J. Burnett was born January 3, 1977 in North Little Rock, Arkansas. The Mets drafted him in the 8th round of the 1996 draft, one of 3 from that round who...

Getting to know Carlos Carrasco

"Cookie" Carrasco has been one of the most consistent pitchers of the last decade, and has overcome a lot to get here.

The mysterious allure of the total rebuild


If you’re not first, you’re last?

Justin Smoak heading to Japan


Former Ranger Justin Smoak is reportedly NPB bound

Today in Blue Jays history: The Roy Halladay trade


I think I’m going to take a day away from the world, so let’s have a bit of history. With any luck, since I’m going to be away, the Jays will make a big trade. Eleven years ago today (time flies), A...

Happy Birthday Justin Smoak


Justin Smoak turns 34 today. Justin was the Rangers’ first-round pick in the 2008 draft, number 11 overall. He made it to the majors in 2010 and played 70 games for the Rangers before being traded...

Nobody wants to trade Carlos Carrasco, even if it does make sense


He’s more than likely on the move this winter. Logic and heart, once again, are at odds.

This Day In Yankees History: The Yanks welcome their corporate overlords


The Columbia Broadcasting System becomes the first corporation to get in the baseball business

This Day in Yankees History: Just bad things


The Yankees hire a doomed manager and lose three World Series games