by A.J. Coltrane
1. First off, here’s a look at the size of a MLB strike zone, by count. (Hint: It’s not even remotely the same, depending upon the situation.) Includes very cool visuals.
2. The M’s trade a pitcher (Jason Vargas) for a hitter (Kendrys Morales). It’s basically just defense for offense. Both players have one year left before free agency. Morales is represented by Scott Boras, so I’d assume Morales is basically a rental. Actually, I kind of hope that he is. Morales is Cuban, so who knows how old he is, really? Plus, it’s Scott Boras we’re talking about dealing with here. Pass.
USSM has two posts with excellent analysis of the trade and the aftermath.
3. Finally, because I couldn’t leave it alone: The Jets are reported to be seeking to trade Mark Sanchez and they have an interest in Michael Vick.
Good Lord. Really?!
Repeat after me: “If Michael Vick is the answer, you’re asking the wrong question.”
One thought on “The Strike Zone, Morales, And Vick”
You can replace Vick with Tebow in your statement also. I am wondering what the heck the Jets are thinking.