James Loney

New York Mets #28 - First Base

  • Born: 05/07/84
  • Age: 37
  • Height: 6'3"
  • Weight: 235
  • Bats/Throws: L/L

2020 review: Gavin Lux

Gavin Lux entered this year as one of the top prospects in baseball and a National League Rookie of the Year favorite, but didn’t play much in 2020.

It was worth the wait

For the first time in my life, the Dodgers are champions

Podcast: Baseball has started. Will it finish?

MLB completed its opening weekend, but with a COVID-19 breakout on the Marlins, the viability of the entire season is in question.

Gamethread: 2016 Wild Card Game

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Madison Bumgarner vs. Noah Syndergaard

The halfway point

A look back at the three career starts for Clayton Kershaw on July 1, the last of which came in 2012.

What If... Matt Holliday Caught That Flyball in the 2009 NLDS?

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How much would the 2009 Cardinals playoff odds have changed?

The 2020 Draft Wrap Up

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A rather lengthy discussion of the Cardinals’ plan and execution in the 2020 amateur draft.

Stingy on June 16

A look back at both June 16 starts for Clayton Kershaw, who allowed one run in 13 innings in those 2009-10 starts.

A few near misses

A look at Clayton Kershaw’s four career starts on June 15.

Diamondbacks Greatest Moments #10: Ryan Roberts walk-off grand slam

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Roberts’ grand slam would cap off a 6-run rally that started with a pitcher not covering first base.

What if the Red Sox did not trade Anthony Rizzo

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It is “What if?” week at SB Nation, so we’ll have a few posts throughout the week looking at some “What ifs” from Red Sox history. This is one of those posts! While he never played a game for the...

Zeroes against Arizona

11 strikeouts in seven scoreless innings for Clayton Kershaw on his only career May 13 start, on this day in 2011.