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possessed the biggest contract in big league history. So, too, did Mike Piazza (’98), Mo Vaughn (’98) and Carlos Delgado (2000) before Rodriguez set a new standard in 2000, broken only by himself. So, in that sense, Crawford hearkens
next quest is to make any decision regarding Lowell's playing time (which still might hinge on the progress of Carlos Delgado ) difficult for those believing the first baseman is headed for nothing more than part-time duty heading down the
difficult. Heading into next offseason, for free-agent middle-of-the-order guys you have the rapidly-aging Carlos Delgado and Vladimir Guerrero, the Sox' own Bay, and the potential prize of the market, Matt Holliday (the 29-year-old
Welker). Up next to pass Ott: that noted slugger Carlos Delgado (469 and counting). Home run titles for Ott—six ..... seven runner-ups). Home run titles for Sheffield and Delgado combined—zero (and a combined two runner-up finishes
because of the way his hands work, how loose they are and the bat whip that he gets, he reminds me some of, similar to Carlos Delgado in my opinion,” Hyers said. “Being left-handed and that looseness. Carlos had kind of the hands high and
only previously catching. The move from backstop to first base was hardly ground-breaking, with players such as Carlos Delgado , Victor Martinez and, more recently, Joe Mauer also making the switch. But baseball folks will tell you the alteration
along with a sports hernia) in 2011, and didn’t perform to his pre-injury standards when he returned in 2012. Carlos Delgado ‘s career careened off a cliff due to his hip labrum issues. Alex Rodriguez has seen his career enter a steady
Jays (6-6, 14). Goodbye to Carlos Delgado , who retired Wednesday. Last ..... promise, but it strikes me that Delgado has career numbers — 473 HR ..... is that fair to a Bagwell or Delgado ? Not really, it’s kind of sports
Edgar Martinez 1979 Andre Thornton 1992 Cal Ripken, Jr.* 2005 John Smoltz 1980 Phil Niekro* 1993 Barry Larkin 2006 Carlos Delgado 1981 Steve Garvey 1994 Dave Winfield* 2007 Craig Biggio 1982 Ken Singleton 1995 Ozzie Smith* 2008 Albert Pujols