Check in to catch up on anything you may have missed in the week that was here at Call to the Pen.
Tim took us all back to 1921, when another slugger you may recognize was facing suspension.
Mickey explained why Latos doesn’t necessarily have to be a number one starter for the Reds for their deal with the Padres to pan out.
Now that steroids and other performance enhancers have been largely removed from the baseball scene, Lew told us why we are now in a boring home run era.
Lew gave us a break from the heat of the Stove to detail the connection, or lack thereof, between cricket and baseball.
Call to the Pen’s newest writer, Doug Wachter, explained why the Latos trade was a poor fit for both teams.
Lew gives readers some ideas for their Christmas lists.
Tim took us back to the year when Jimmie Foxx and Chuck Klein made Triple Crown history.
Mickey provided his list of the top 10 transactions of the 2011-12 offseason.
I posted FanSided MLB’s Christmas wishlist for all 30 teams.
Lew started his Hall of Fame series telling us why Barry Larkin is the best bet to make the hall this year.
Topics: Albert Pujols, Carlos Beltran, Jason Kubel, Jimmy Rollins, John Danks, Josh Willingham, Mat Latos, Michael Cuddyer, Mike Cameron, Prince Fielder, Ryan Braun, Sean Marshall, Travis Wood, Yu Darvish