• He’s Not The Biggest Loser?

    Posted by on February 1st, 2009 · Comments (6)

    Jonathan Albaladejo, pitching for Mayaguez in the P.R. Winter League, had 14 saves and gave up one run in 22 innings (while striking out 18 and walking two).

    Maybe I was wrong on this kid? Then again, we’ll have to see how he does this Spring, won’t we?

    Comments on He’s Not The Biggest Loser?

    1. Corey
      February 1st, 2009 | 11:36 am

      i was pretty impressed with him last season, he did a good job for the most part

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    3. February 1st, 2009 | 5:46 pm

      He was pretty decent before he got hurt last year. Maybe Tyler Clippard will result in something good after all…

    4. thenewguy
      February 2nd, 2009 | 1:00 am

      He was pretty decent before he got hurt last year. Maybe Tyler Clippard will result in something good after all…
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      I still remember him hitting a double in the gap in Shea on Sunday night baseball (maybe against Pedro?). Anywho, that alone makes the Tyler Clippard experience worth it.

    5. MJ
      February 2nd, 2009 | 1:06 pm

      The kid has talent. He was doing pretty well from what I remember before hurting his arm on a rainy night in Detroit (in relief of Kei Igawa). He probably isn’t in the immediate mix for the bullpen unless he has a great spring training but we can definitely count on seeing him at some point this year as arms get called up all the time.

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