Aaron Czarnolewski, Author at Through The Fence Baseball

Aaron Czarnolewski

Aaron has always had a passion for Baseball that carried over into all other areas of his life. Once, in elementary school, he convinced a classmate, who had never before heard of Jackie Robinson, to do a book report on the legend. He is a 2011 graduate from UMBC (Which is NOT the University of Maryland) and is still seeking to guide as many as he can to the game of baseball. You can follow his ramblings on twitter at aaron czarnolewski@aarewski .

Toronto Blue Jays pitcher R.A. Dickey grips a knuckleball.
By Aaron Czarnolewski On Thursday, March 28th, 2013

Enough of the hype! Toronto Blue Jays will not make postseason

Will R.A. Dickey’s knuckleball hold up in the tough AL East? (Fred Thornhill/Reuters) It happens every year. A team (or teams) makes a few offseason acquisitions, and it immediately becomes a World Series More...

By Aaron Czarnolewski On Friday, January 25th, 2013
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Fans hope Philadelphia Phillies fill holes fast

Michael Young, above, and Ben Revere have been the Phillies’ biggest moves of the offseason. Are they enough? Even before 2011, when the Philadelphia Phillies were eliminated by the St. Louis Cardinals in More...

By Aaron Czarnolewski On Wednesday, December 26th, 2012

New York Yankees filling the gaps with quality offseason moves

Resigning Hiroki Kuroda was the first of several prudent moves by the New York Yankees this offseason. (Mike Stobe/Getty Images) Patience is not something the New York Yankees or the city of New York are known for. More...

By Aaron Czarnolewski On Friday, November 23rd, 2012

Washington Nationals need to focus on bullpen improvements

Drew Storen could use some help in Washington’s bullpen. (Brad Mills/US Presswire) The Washington Nationals could find a better lead-off hitter, but so could almost all of baseball’s other teams. And, if More...

Robinson Cano
By Aaron Czarnolewski On Tuesday, October 30th, 2012

When bats fall silent: Yankees postseason hitting atrocious

While Alex Rodriguez took the most heat, Robinson Cano was a bigger disappointment in the postseason. (Getty Images) This year, the New York Yankees pitching came through for them in the playoffs. Their hitting, More...

By Aaron Czarnolewski On Monday, October 15th, 2012

Could Kevin Youkilis be wearing Yankees pinstripes in 2013?

Kevin Youkilis would provide stability at the corner infield positions if he makes his way to the Bronx next season. It appears another season of unfulfilled promise is materializing in the Bronx, with the New York More...

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