MIAMI – For all that is now quantifiable in baseball, there are still some things that cannot be measured. The effect of St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina on a pitching staff is one of them.
‘Now that I get to watch him a little bit, he’s the best,” said former major-league first baseman Carlos Delgado, Team Puerto Rico’s hitting coach in the World Baseball Classic...
The main difference between 1B Carlos Delgado and Mo Vaughn was their longevity with the New York Mets. Vaughn played one full season (played well in the 2nd half of 2002) while Delgado was with the Mets for 3 full seasons. Delgado performed very well in the postseason in 2006. It is fair to say that Carlos Delgado did much more for the New York Mets than Mo Vaughn did.
The Blue Jays plan to honor former slugger Carlos Delgado next year by adding his name to the club's Level of Excellence.
The franchise leader in home runs and RBIs will be the 10th person to be so honored by the Jays, who are planning a pregame ceremony for July 21.
''Not only was he one of the best hitters in club history, he was one of the finest first basemen of...
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December 07, 2012
The prospect we traded for Carlos Delgado (which worked out for us in the end):
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By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer
Albert Pujols is continuing his journey up the all-time home run list.
Albert Pujols (Getty Images
Pujols hit a home run on Tuesday night in his return to the Angels. He previously sat out the last four games with a calf injury.
He hit a sixth inning home run off of Boston Red Sox pitcher Clay Buchholz...
Hey! It’s the last Topps Co-Signer Card in this series…hopefully. You already know that I don’t like the card design.
Out of the group, this is probably the best one because it’s a good head shot of Delgado, not like some of the other players featured here.
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2008 TOPPS SILK CARLOS DELGADO
The first baseball-player silks were distributed by tobacco companies in the early part of the 20th century.
Those early issues (catalogued as S74 and S81, for those of you scoring at home) were actually satin, not silk, and were intended to be sewn into pillow covers and the like. So after a long day of child-laboring and dodging cholera, little...
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As Fred McGriff, Darrell Evans, Carlos Delgado, Dave Kingman, Jeff Bagwell, and others will attest, hitting 400 home runs doesn’t guarantee a spot in Cooperstown.
It does, however, represent a pretty impressive...
Carlos Delgado for New York Daily NewsFormer Giants kicker Joe Danelo displays helmet he used for seven years as he sits in front of mural painted in memory of his son, Mario, who was kicker for USC and died in 2007.By Hank Gola - NY Dailynews 1/1/12