Who’s the best pitcher in baseball that not enough people are discussing? I nominate Alex Wood: Alex Wood MLB ranks (minimum 40 IP): ERA: 1.88 (2nd) FIP: 1.90 (2nd) Park-Adjusted ERA (2nd) Park-Adjusted FIP (2nd) K%: 29.9% (5th) HR/9 IP:
Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Oakland Raiders for CSNBayArea.com and Sacramento Bee for eight years Member of Pro Football Writers Association Previously worked at Los Angeles Times, Las Vegas Review-Journal and Sports Illustrated Follow on Twitter ALAMEDA, Calif. -- Nothing has changed regarding Derek Carr, the Oakland Raiders and a contract extension. Not even, it would seem, the quarterback's feelings, despite a recent report that Carr was growing "frustrated" with the slow pace of contract talks. Just as he said at the start of the Raiders' offseason workout program in mid-April, Carr reasserted his belief that a deal will get done between his representatives and Raiders
Brett Anderson joined the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2015 not long after the team unveiled a brand new home clubhouse at its aging ballpark. “It’s a long rectangle,” said Anderson, a veteran starting pitcher currently on the disabled list. Anderson noticed the difference because his workspace in Wrigley Field’s new clubhouse is so radical by baseball standards: It’s a circle.