Over at Baseball Digest Daily I report two happenings from the baseball world (well, not really 'world', more Northern baseball in America. Even that is a stretch, maybe Northern, but east of the Mississippi baseball in America).
In the first report, I discuss the Yankees decision to move Ian Kennedy down to Triple A. In my opinion, this is the beginning of the end of Kennedy's big league Yankee career. I simply do not see how a pitcher with his stuff can get by in the Majors, especially in New York.
The second report is in regards to 'drastic' change #1 by the Detroit Tigers in designating Jacque Jones for assignment. Obviously this is a relatively minor move, but it is the first of what I envision as some big changes occurring in Detroit. That is, I can't see the Tigers not making more moves after Leyland called for 'drastic' changes.