Mets Active On Day Two In Dallas

DALLAS, Texas -- The Mets didn't make any big headlines on Tuesday in Dallas, but that doesn't mean they weren't active. New York pulled off a trade, as well as signing two free agents to bolster a bullpen that was in need of some serious help.
December 6, 2011

Giants Trade Torres, Ramirez For Angel Pagan

The Giants have sent outfielder Andres Torres and reliever Ramon Ramirez to the Mets in exchange for outfielder Angel Pagan.
December 6, 2011

Sizing Up The Starting Pitching Prospects: Part II analyzes the Yankees' starting pitching prospects. Which ones are the sleepers? Which ones are too early to call? And, which ones need to make a move? These questions are answered in Part Two of our two part series on the Yankees' starting pitching prospects. 
April 1, 2005

2004 Trenton Thunder Pitching Prospect Review

PinstripesPlus looks at the peripherals stats of the Trenton Thunder pitchers to project development. We will look at the guys who pitched a minimum of 40 innings for Trenton and did not accrue 40 or more innings at Columbus. <b>(Free Preview of Premium Content)</b>
November 11, 2004

PP Spring Training Report: 2004 Yankees Bullpen

Once a major strength for the Yankees, the 2003 incarnation of the bullpen was a disaster. Major injuries to key pitchers and ineffectiveness on the part of several others left the relief corps in shambles. That was 2003, this is 2004. Brian Cashman, with the help of Big Stein's Big Wallet, has given the Yankee bullpen a complete facelift. Now, what once was a strength is a strength again.
March 1, 2004

20 Questions with Jim Callis of Baseball America

Jim Callis, Baseball America's Minor League Editor, sits down for "20 Questions" with the staff of to give his thoughts on the Yankees' prospects. You can read more of Jim's content at and you can also purchase Baseball America's 2004 Prospect Handbook at their website. Who's the biggest "sleeper" among Yankees' prospects? What will happen with Dioner Navarro? You can find this out and much more right now!
February 23, 2004