Tyler Maher, Author at Through The Fence Baseball

Tyler Maher

Tyler is a passionate Red Sox fan still recovering from their historic September collapse. He is studying Economics and English at Tufts University, where he plays Club baseball for the Jumbos.

By Tyler Maher On Thursday, December 12th, 2013

A.J. Pierzynski plugs Boston’s catcher hole

A.J. Pierzynski is coming off a solid year with the Texas Rangers. (full count.weei.com) The Boston Red Sox have their catcher for their 2014 title defense, and it is not Jarrod Saltalamacchia, who found the three-year More...

Robinson Cano
By Tyler Maher On Saturday, November 23rd, 2013

Is Robinson Cano worth $300 million?

Robinson Cano may be disappointed when the final offers come in. (Getty Images) Robinson Cano is the free agent this winter and reportedly wants a contract just north of $300 million. He’s ridiculous, More...

Matt Carpenter
By Tyler Maher On Monday, November 18th, 2013

St. Louis Cardinals MVP: Matt Carpenter or Yadier Molina?

Matt Carpenter was the Cardinals’ most valuable player in 2013. (Charles LeClaire/USA TODAY Sport) Since the MVP results were announced last Thursday, it seems all anyone wants to talk about is Miguel Cabrera More...

By Tyler Maher On Thursday, November 7th, 2013
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Mike Trout is baseball’s MVP

  Great on highlights. Not so much on trophies. Mike Trout is one of the three finalists for the 2013 American League Most Valuable Player award. But let’s not kid ourselves. Trout is not going to win More...

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By Tyler Maher On Monday, October 28th, 2013
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Was Hunter Pence overpaid?

With that contract, the Hunter becomes the hunted. After a disappointing season in which they finished ten games under .500, the San Francisco Giants have a lot of work to do this winter in order to get back to More...

By Tyler Maher On Wednesday, October 9th, 2013

In 2013, Jayson Werth was worth every penny

Jayson Werth was quietly having an MVP-type year in 2013. In a season where they won 86 games, finished second in their division and made a late push for the playoffs, the Washington Nationals were considered underachievers. More...

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