Posts From Jordan Leandre

After Being Booed, Story Can’t Hit a New Low

Trevor Story is off to a dreadful start to his six-year contract with the Red Sox. How concerned should their fans be? Jordan Leandre tells us here.

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Leandre: Red Sox Latest Team Struggling with a New Voice in Boston

Peter Fatse took over as hitting coach in Boston last December after the team severed ties with Tim Hyers, who declined an offer to return.

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Leandre: Top 10 Third Basemen Ahead of 2022

It’s time to explore the top 10 MLB third basemen ahead of the 2022 season.

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Offseason a ‘Slap in the Face’ to Red Sox Fans

Two wins. That’s how many more the Boston Red Sox needed to make the World Series in 2021. Optimism rained down on the streets of Boston that the organization may be closer to a legitimate contender than they thought, and sooner, too.

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Leandre: Top 10 Shortstops Ahead of 2022

The shortstop position always receives backlash. Weirdly, it’s a good thing; the position is as deep as it has ever been.

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Leandre: Top 10 Second Basemen Ahead of 2022

It’s not a position where an analyst needs to exaggerate the importance of half the game.

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Leandre: Top 10 First Basemen Ahead of 2022

Ranking the top 10 first basemen is nearly as difficult as ranking the catchers. What makes ranking the position difficult is balancing one’s projections versus another’s track record.

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Leandre: Top 10 Catchers Ahead of 2022

Who are the top 10 catchers in MLB right now? Jordan Leandre breaks down the league’s best backstops and ranks them here.

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Possible Destinations for Andrew McCutchen

McCutchen isn’t the same player that won NL MVP in 2013, but he remains a capable bat at the big league level. Who could be in the market for a player like McCutchen?

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Hall of Fame Case: Prince Fielder

Prince Fielder provided the baseball world with monster home runs, a great personality, and perhaps one of the saddest retirement press conferences in recent history. The player between the lines was more than just home runs, however.

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