2022 Baseball Eligibles (23)

This one should be interesting. In a different time, Ryan Howard would receive serious Baseball Hall of Fame consideration.  Howard was a fear power hitter who won the Rookie of the Year in 2005 and followed that up with a 58 Home Run and 149 RBI season (both league leading) not to mention a Slash Line of .312/.425/.659 that netted him the National League MVP. …
Ryan Vogelsong had a nondescript career for years in the Majors and in Japan but he would return to the United States in the 2011 season where he was a surprise All Star and an 11th place finisher in Cy Young voting.  The year following, he would have another decent season as a starter and assist the Giants win the World Series.
A three-time All Star (two with Tampa and one with Oakland) Scott Kazmir was a decent Strikeout Pitcher who would lead the American League in Ks in 2007.  While he was able to accomplish that feat in Tampa, his overall career would only see him win 108 Games.  That isn’t bad considering his overall workload, but it is not one that might see him garner…
This one should be a little interesting. There was a time when Tim Lincecum was considered the best Pitcher in the National League and rightfully so.  Dubbed “The Freak” due to his powerful arm despite having a slender frame, Linceum is one of the few hurlers to record back-to-back Cy Youngs (2008 & 2009) in a stretch where he would also lead the National League…