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Though he may be named Prince, the Texas first baseman is damn near the king of “sucking at baseball” right now. The prince of suck would technically be Billy Butler. See who else can’t put the ball in play in 2014…
Dan Uggla’s grand slam in the ninth on Monday turned taunts to grief. In past years this would have been lost to history, but thanks to modern technology we can now pinpoint the exact moment that Phillies’ fans hearts were broken.
By our count there are 27 home runs in this MLB video, and they came in just nine total games, including one 10-homer game that was suspended in the 7th inning. So technically, there could be home runs from yesterday’s games that haven’t even happened yet.
What we have here is a 6-foot-4, 230-pound man who on occasion can hit the ball far. But outside of that fact he really shouldn’t be sniffing Fantasy rosters. Just check out what he has done since his big three-game start, going 3-for-28 with just two RBI and 11 strikeouts. He is getting dropped just as fast as he was picked up.
Looks like Puig is winning.
Some players being cool with a weird substance on the pitcher’s hand doesn’t mean we should change the league’s drug policy. But it’s strange that this form of cheating gets a pass, while other forms mean season-long bans and scorn.
Jonathan Lucroy is one of the most dependable and productive catchers in fantasy baseball. Lenny Melnick talks with the Brewers backstop about his consistent hitting and much more.