Edwin Encarnacion

Chicago White Sox #23 - First Base

  • Born: 01/07/83
  • Age: 38
  • Height: 6'1"
  • Weight: 230
  • Bats/Throws: R/R

Mets Morning News for February 2, 2021

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

State of the Position: First base in 2021

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Surveying the first base position with a fantasy baseball slant.

Top 60 All-Time Greatest Blue Jays: #43 Orlando Hudson

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Orlando Thill Hudson | 2B | 2002 - 2005 Orlando Hudson was born December 12, 1977, in Darlington, South Carolina. He played baseball, basketball, and football (quarterback and punter) in high...

Today in Blue Jays history: Rolen/Glaus trade

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Thirteen years ago today (time flies), January 12, 2008, in the middle of what had been very slow January for Blue Jay news, the Jays traded Troy Glaus to the Cardinals for Scott Rolen. As Hugo...

Top 60 All-Time Greatest Jays: #58 Brett Lawrie

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Brett Russell Lawrie | 3B | 2011-2014 Yeah, I know, there is going to be a lot of complaining. But Brett is 35th in bWAR (22nd among position players), 55th in fWAR. Brett Lawrie was born in...

Happy Birthday Esteban Loaiza

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Former Blue Jays starter Esteban Loaiza turns 49 today. You’ll likely remember the Jays traded then minor leaguer Michael Young (and Darwin Cubillan) in July of 2000. You may have heard of Young....

Today in Blue Jays History: Brandon Morrow Trade

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Eleven years ago today The Blue Jays trade Brandon League and Johermyn Chavez to the Mariners for Brandon Morrow. Hugo posted this: Ken Rosenthal reported last night that the Jays traded...

2020 White Sox Report Card: The Hitters

In the first installment of a three-part series, South Side Sox grades the team’s position players

Hall of Fame Pole: Scott Rolen

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Would you vote Scott Rolen into the Baseball Hall off Fame?

The Red Sox should complement their rebuild with old players

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A youth movement needs some smoothing out.

Top 50 Orioles of All Time: #8, Paul Blair

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One of the best defenders in baseball history, Paul Blair served as the everyday center fielder during the Orioles’ golden age.

Should the Twins shift less?

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New research concludes the shift is counterproductive against right-handed hitters. Should the Twins revise their strategy?