Sunday Dec 1
BTF's Baseball Primer
Gammons: The new generation of shortstops
Now, as we ease out of the so-called Steroid Era into what Bud Selig hopes is simply the return to real baseball era, there are six young shortstops we will likely see arrive this season that could soon make this a golden era at the position.
Rays Reclamation Projects: Carlos Pena
The Rays are known for giving players a second chance to prove to the world of baseball that they have covetable talents.
Carlos Pena, 35, hopes to continue playing career
Carlos Pena batted just .207/.321/.346 over 328 plate appearances this past season between the Astros and Royals and will turn 36 years old next May, but the former first-round pick of the Rangers wants at least one more major league paycheck.