Tag: Peyton May

Are Free Agent Demands Falling Back to Earth?

There are currently 15 players in the Bull League earning a salary of $20 million or more this season, but among those whose contracts expire at the end of this season, there are signs that at least some of the top paid players are willing to adjust their expectations when considering signing an extension, which could translate into cheaper free agents this coming offseason.

Most notable on the “pending free agents” list is Miami’s LF Francisco Erazo. The 16-time (yes, you read that right) All-Star, who recently recorded his 1000th run on June 22, is currently the third-highest player in the Bull League, earning $36 million this year. But rumors about the 39-year-old’s demands for an extension have him asking around $4 million. Continue reading “Are Free Agent Demands Falling Back to Earth?”

Metros Send May to Denver, Get Heimberg

The Montreal Metros have dealt second baseman Peyton May to the Denver Danger, sending him packing right after his final at-bat against the Minneapolis Ravens in tonight’s 5-4 loss.

May will be joined by minor league outfielder Vaughan Farquharson who had last been at AA-level Cedar Defenders, but is expected to be dropped down to rookie league for more playing experience. Continue reading “Metros Send May to Denver, Get Heimberg”

Extending a Line: Who’s Likely to Re-up This Year?

Every team has at least someone due to become a free agent at the end of 2018, the big question is, will those teams be looking to sign those players to extensions, and if not, will other teams be bidding for their services come this fall?

We take a look at a team-by-team snapshot of who is eligible for a re-up and what the chances are of them doing so. Continue reading “Extending a Line: Who’s Likely to Re-up This Year?”

What’s In a Number? (Part 1)

Over time, exceptional players become associated to the number they wear on their back. In fact, in many cases, these exceptional players are honored at the conclusion of their career by having their jersey number “retired” by the team or teams that they were most closely associated with.

Here, we take a look at who we view as the top player for selected popular shirt numbers. Continue reading “What’s In a Number? (Part 1)”