Pete Dymeck, Author at Through The Fence Baseball

Pete Dymeck

Pete Dymeck is a fan of the game, first and foremost. He likes mangoes and peanut butter. Needless to say, he has been catfished a time or two. Other than that, follow him on Twitter @PeteDymeck.

Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay walks around the mound on Sunday.
By Pete Dymeck On Monday, May 6th, 2013

Philadelphia Phillies: Series loss to Miami Marlins a watershed moment

The Philadelphia Phillies and Roy Halladay’s better days may be behind them. (Getty Images) Losing three of four to the Miami Marlins places the Philadelphia Phillies at a significant juncture. This is a franchise More...

By Pete Dymeck On Tuesday, April 30th, 2013
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Fantasy Baseball: Now is the time to sell Clay Buchholz high

Clay Buchholtz is dominating, so it could be time for fantasy owners to sell. (Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images) The month of April has given fantasy owners several surprises in the form of pitching. Perennial studs More...

Mike Scioscia walks and talks with two umpires.
By Pete Dymeck On Saturday, April 27th, 2013

Could Angels early struggles lead to Mike Scioscia pink slip?

Mike Scioscia could be on the hot seat if the Angels don’t turn things around. (Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images) As the temperature outside rises, the temperature inside clubhouses continues to rise after disappointing More...

Atlanta Braves batter B.J. Upton talks to an umpire after striking out.
By Pete Dymeck On Friday, April 5th, 2013

Will strikeouts derail Atlanta Braves World Series ambitions?

Atlanta Braves fans can expect many strikeout debates between B.J. Upton and the umpires this season. If the Atlanta Braves do anything this season, they will perfect the art of striking out. With a batting order More...

Matt Harvey throws a pitch for the New York Mets.
By Pete Dymeck On Thursday, April 4th, 2013
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New York Mets pitcher Matt Harvey is on the cusp of greatness

Matt Harvey’s start last night lived up to the hype. (Norm Hall/Getty Images) Last fall, New York Mets pitcher Jonathan Niese declared to anyone listening “He’s going to be great. He’s going More...

Dayan Viciedo is a bold prediction because of this swing.
By Pete Dymeck On Thursday, March 28th, 2013

¿Estoy loco? Three bold predictions for the upcoming MLB season

Bold prediction: Dayan Viciedo will lead the majors in home runs. (Jerry Lai/US Presswire) Blues guitarist Leo Kottke once said, “I will literally open my mouth not knowing what is coming out.” In the next several More...

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