A nine-run first inning propelled the U.S. to a 12-1 win over Canada at the World Baseball Classic on Monday night at Chase Field.
But What Do I Know? . . . J.A. Happ, Michael Saunders, Larry Parrish
My weekly observations and notes about some Canadian baseball stories: Left-handers David Price and J.A. Happ have both made 21 starts since last season’s trade deadline, so let’s compare their statistics: Price: 136-2/3 innings pitched, 16-2 won/loss record, 3.69 ERA, 2.2 WAR. His salary for 2016 is $30 million. Happ: 128 innings pitched, 13-4 won/loss... Continue Reading →