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sign him at the cost of a draft pick.) That same phenomenon also explains why current major league home run leader Nelson Cruz could do no better than a one-year, $8 million deal. The possibility of acquiring a draft pick and the desire not
considered a more drastic maneuver like committing to Bradley in center, trading Carp and signing a power bat like Nelson Cruz (even at the cost of a first-round pick) for the outfield? That's a harder sell, and would have required more
with as much success this season. What is done is done. At least one Red Sox player had lobbied for the services of Nelson Cruz , who ultimately signed a one-year, $8 million deal with Baltimore and is now carrying a .901 OPS with
an ability to mow through the Orioles lineup (save for Nelson Cruz ) on the strength of a meticulously located fastball and ..... allowing just two runs on six hits (five singles and Cruz 's solo homer) while walking one and punching out eight
was a proponent for signing the likes of Josh Hamilton for help, and this time around there was some thought that a Nelson Cruz might fit the bill. But instead the Red Sox are banking on the improvement of Middlebrooks, emergence of Bogaerts
2/3 innings, allowed seven hits but just one run in the no decision. The lone Orioles run off Webster came on a Nelson Cruz RBI infield single. Webster said after the game that he wished he had better command of his offspeed pitches early in
on the struggles of the Patriots offensive line STAT OF THE DAY: 40 – Home runs this season for Orioles outfielder Nelson Cruz , making him just the sixth player in team history to reach the mark ‘NET RESULTS (mobile users
Bradley (3): .667/.667/1.000, 1 double Ryan Lavarnway (3): .000/.000/.000 Orioles vs. Kelly (RHP) Nelson Cruz (7): .500/.571/.500, 1 RBI, 1 walk, 1 strikeout Alejandro De Aza (4): .250/.250/.250 Adam Jones
appearances against him. Orioles vs. De La Rosa (RHP) Jonathon Schoop (4): .667/.750/.667, 1 walk, 1 strikeout Nelson Cruz (3): .000/.000/.000, 2 strikeouts J.J. Hardy (3): .333/.333/.333, 1 strikeout Adam Jones
000, 1 walk Adam Jones (4): .000/.000/.000, 1 strikeout Nick Markakis (4): .000/.000/.000 Nelson Cruz (3): .333/.333/.333, 2 strikeouts Chris Davis , Caleb Joseph and David Lough all are 0-for-2 against