2008 MLB All-Suck Team

7 09 2008

by Kevin Collins

Adam Eaton is an anchor in the All-Suck Team's rotation

Adam Eaton is an anchor in the All-Suck Team's rotation

With the season winding down and some players already starting to pack it in, I’ve decided to come up with an anti-All*Star team.  This team is comprised of a player at each position, who has just absolutely sucked this year.  They may not be the worst at their position, but they should be so much better.  These players have all started more games at their position for their respective teams than any other member of their team.  Because I compiled the team this way, So Taguchi didn’t quite make the cut.  But I think I may bring him on as the bat boy.  So let’s get to the team.  I warn you, some of the stats you are about to see are pretty shocking.  It is not for the faint of heart baseball fan.

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Typical Phillies

17 08 2008
Ross is a typical "safe" move the Phillies would make.

Ross is a typical, "safe" addition for the Phillies.

By Mike Gill

Last night it was reported that the Phillies might have interested in catcher David Ross, who is 31 years old playing for the Cincinnati Reds. 

Of course they are.

Instead of making a bold move with 38 games left and the NL East title slipping before their very eyes, David Ross is the name that emerges to save their fortunes.  A guy hitting .231 with three homers is the guy who they may call on to inject life into this lifeless offense.  Read the rest of this entry »