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base coaching box, he looks like a big leaguer. That’s what they’re supposed to look like. That’s what Troy Glaus looked like.” Still, DiSarcina — who was hired by the Angels this offseason to be the team’s big league third
his first pro season. That offseason, he filled out. “I had played with [four-time All-Star third baseman] Troy Glaus , and his body starting to resemble him a little bit just the way it was growing,” said DiSarcina. “When I saw him in spring training and in Greenville, he
Knoblauch, Roger Clemens , Andy Pettitte , Jose Canseco ), the 2001 Diamondbacks (Matt Williams) and 2002 Angels ( Troy Glaus ). But the truth is that it didn't matter which team won the World Series in those years. Every team had cheaters
15) without any swing-and-miss pitches. Their lineup had some very productive members, such as Tim Salmon, Troy Glaus and Garrett Anderson. Meanwhile, scrappy players such as David Eckstein, Scott Spiezio and Adam Kennedy performed at
leader in home runs that season? Oscar Walker, with seven. The entire American Association hit 52 home runs that year. Troy Glaus hit 47 in 2000. Pedro took a lot of grief in 2004, and his 3.90 ERA was easily his worst in Boston. But a 16-9 record with a 1.17 WHIP and 227 Ks in 217.0 innings is pretty solid
base coaching box, he looks like a big leaguer. That’s what they’re supposed to look like. That’s what Troy Glaus looked like.” Still, DiSarcina — who was hired by the Angels this offseason to be the team’s big league third base coach — suggested that Middlebrooks is not a finished product. Most notably, the former PawSox skipper
II era: Greg Maddux. Supplemental first round — No. 37 ( complete history ) All-Stars: Adam Jones (2003), Troy Glaus (2007), Frank Viola (1981), Mike Scott (1976) Red Sox picks: J.J. Johnson (1991; never played in majors); Rick Miller
history. If you look at certain players, Beltre is one of them, he’s had success in the past. You look at what Troy Glaus is doing down in Atlanta, you look at what Scott Rolen is doing over in Cinncinati. There are a lot of guys where their track record speaks for themselves. I think the thing with Beltre is that I don’t think people in Boston maybe
has batted with an average of .805 runners on base and .488 RISP this season, the 2nd highest rates in baseball ( Troy Glaus : .813 and .500)... David Ortiz' RBI rates last season were 26% per runner and 50% per RISP... If you drop
Fowler at the top of the order. 11. Braves. Why: This team could move up in a hurry if the veterans (Billy Wagner, Troy Glaus , Chipper Jones) stay healthy and productive, while Jason Heyward starts paving his path to Cooperstown. Where the