Tag Archives: alfonso soriano
12:01 am | Aug. 1
Who are they? To find out, we created a statistic to measure each candidate’s “Bust Factor.” Think of it as a sabermetrics of sucking—the bigger the number, the bigger the bust. And don’t even think of arguing with me, because then you’re arguing with science, my friend.
12:01 am | Jul. 31
What would it be like to go through what Dempster, Alfonso Soriano, and others are going through this week, sweating today’s trade deadline? How would you prepare? What would you need to know? And how could a trade affect you, both professionally and personally?
9:59 pm | Jun. 16
The Chicago Tribune’s Phil Rogers has owned the All-Ctiy franchise for years, but Dan McGrath came up with the idea back when he worked at the Trib. McGrath is stepping into the cage this year. Rogers can take his hacks next.
12:01 am | Jun. 11
12:01 am | May. 11
Instead of fading into oblivion like other over-paid ballplayers, Soriano has a special opportunity to not only drastically improve the chances of the Cubs franchise, but also to go down in history as one helluva mensch.
5:00 am | Mar. 21
Crazy talk, right? Sure, he can hit a little, but how about his defense? A hard look at the numbers shows a surprisingly serviceable fielder. As long as he can contribute offensively, this writer is convinced he’s worth something to the Cubs…for now.