Pascual Pérez, who played a decade in the Major Leagues, was found dead today, according to Spanish language newspapers. Pérez, 55, was murdered during an early morning robbery at his home in the Dominican Republic. Pérez pitched for the Pirates, Braves, Expos and Yankees, winning 67 games between 1980 and 1991. In 1992, Pérez was suspended from baseball for violating the drug policy.
Early sentiment is already favoring some of the franchises who are WINNING the offseason by dropping gobs of cash on new acquisitions.
Someone tell Rex to block this guy’s phone number.
No surprise at all. He turns 36 in 2014.
That’s not the proper way to lower a boom.
McDermott has been worth a little north of $12 million to Creighton over his four-year career.
Star quarterback marries Olympic athlete.