Archive for the ‘Trade Analysis’ Category

DBacks Take a Dump with Haren Trade

Monday, July 26th, 2010 by Chuck

There are times when teams make trades for the benefit of each other..one team needs an infielder, another needs a lefty pitcher.
There are times when teams make trades for the benefit of each other, with one team benefitting today, and the other two, three years down the road.
Maybe Team A has a guy in his [...]

The Future of a Prince

Monday, July 26th, 2010 by JohnBowen

Milwaukee first baseman Prince Fielder has come up again and again in trade discussions. How much longer will #28 wear Brewer blue?

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010 by

Why in the world would the Mets trade for an outfielder who is old (he’s 35 now), bad and getting worse? The answer isn’t one Mets fans want to hear.

Saturday, January 16th, 2010 by ThomasWayne

Assuming Kouz passes his physical with flying green and yellow colors, this will leave Oakland with one big question with a host of potential and confusing answers; who will be their starting third baseman in 2010?

Tuesday, December 29th, 2009 by ThomasWayne

Perhaps with Bay, David Wright and a plethora of other stars who are now presumably healthy from a vast number of aches and pains, the Mets will be able to finally do what most have expected them to do for the last 3 or 4 years; contend.

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009 by

It’s understandable why Cashman figured he would take another shot on Vazquez, given the outstanding year he just had in Atlanta. But sometimes a GM has to look past all the statistics and numbers and rely on his feel for a player and the environment he is asking him to perform in. While Vazquez floundered in his one year with the Yanks and in his brief postseason career, Derek Lowe has had success pitching in the American League East and thriving in big markets.

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009 by PaulCatalano

If one thing has been shown this off-season, it’s that the Yankees, despite assurances that they want to get younger and cheaper, do not trust their farm system.
How else do you explain their trading 2 of their top prospects in the past few weeks? Austin Jackson, (23) long one of their prized position players—the centerfielder [...]

Wednesday, December 16th, 2009 by

Toronto fans have been waiting for this day, some with dread, some with anticipation, for quite some time.

Wednesday, December 16th, 2009 by JeffMoore

The Phillies may have paid the price in prospects, but they opened the window of opportunity for winning multiple titles.

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009 by

After speculation from various sources that the Phillies would not part with beloved prospect Kyle Drabek the tides have shifted and it appears both Drabek and Clif Lee will both be shipped out of Philadelphia.

Wednesday, December 9th, 2009 by JeffMoore

An attempt comprehend the reason why the Orioles would trade two young arms for Kevin Millwood.

Tuesday, December 8th, 2009 by PaulCatalano

So, Cashman traded a blue-chip prospect, a former no. 1 draft pick who pitched well after arm surgery, an a reliable, young lefty coming out of the pen (lots of those around). All for a center field who gets paid very well and batted .249 last year. The Yankee outfield for 2010 now bats a combined .256. Sweet!!!

Tuesday, December 8th, 2009 by PaulCatalano

So the Yankees are considering a trade for Curtis Granderson. All they have to give up is Austin Jackson and Phil Hughes. Why not throw in Sabathia and the New Yankee Stadium. You know, just to make it fair.

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