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the Bartman baseball back in 2004. The ball was named for Cubs fan Steve Bartman , who impeded then-Cubs outfielder Moises Alou from making the second out in the eighth inning of an NLCS game when the Cubs were just five outs away from advancing
case, Boras is trying to suggest that the statistical similarity of Werth to Evans (as well as other players such as Moises Alou and Eddie Murray) points to a player who can stay healthy and productive into his late-30s. Of course, there are
with a 2.15 ERA for the Pirates, finishing third in Rookie of the Year voting (to Eric Karros of the Dodgers and Moises Alou of the Expos) and becoming a key member of the playoff-bound Pirates staff. In the postseason, Wakefield may have been even better. He
the last three years at this particular level, [how] they’ve performed. That’s why I raised Dwight Evans or Moises Alou or Eddie Murray . These players have averaged 26 home runs, 90-100 RBIs, around 90 runs scored between the ages
5-0 lead in Game 6. And he was in the dugout the next year managing the Chicago Cubs in 2003 when Steve Bartman - not Moises Alou - caught a foul pop near the left field wall at Wrigley Field in Game 6 of the NLCS, just five outs away from Chicago's
wear batting gloves while hitting. The technique, of course, gained considerable infamy about four years ago when Moises Alou told ESPN broadcaster Gary Miller that he toughened his hands by urinating on them. Mirabelli was rather non-plussed