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Transaction Analysis: Padres Wish Upton a Star
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R.J. Anderson, Wilson Karaman, Bret Sayre, Jordan Gorosh, Jeff Moore and Ethan Purser

12-19

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Transaction Analysis: Catchin' Relief
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Matthew Trueblood, R.J. Anderson, Wilson Karaman, Mike Gianella, Jordan Gorosh and Chris Rodriguez

12-18

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Transaction Analysis: What the Rays and Nationals Got
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Tucker Blair, Jordan Gorosh, Chris Rodriguez and J.P. Breen

12-12

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Transaction Analysis: The Pitchers the Reds Shed
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R.J. Anderson, Zachary Levine and Jordan Gorosh

12-08

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Transaction Analysis: Replacing a Legend
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R.J. Anderson, Craig Goldstein, Mike Gianella, Andrew Koo and Jordan Gorosh

11-14

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Transaction Analysis: Jays Leggo Their A. Gose
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R.J. Anderson, Craig Goldstein and Jordan Gorosh

10-31

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Hot Stove Scouting Report: James Shields
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Jordan Gorosh

09-04

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The Call-Up: The Others
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Mauricio Rubio, Tucker Blair, Jordan Gorosh, Craig Goldstein, Ben Carsley, Bret Sayre and Jeff Moore

08-06

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In The Game
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Jordan Gorosh

08-05

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The Call-Up: Javier Baez
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Mauricio Rubio and Jordan Gorosh

08-01

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Transaction Analysis: The Great Big David Price Trade
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R.J. Anderson, J.P. Breen, Sam Miller, Jordan Gorosh, Paul Sporer, Craig Goldstein and Jeff Quinton

07-24

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Transaction Analysis: Tigers Bullpen Gets Less Sorry
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R.J. Anderson and Jordan Gorosh

07-01

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BP Top 50
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Nick J. Faleris, Chris Mellen and Jordan Gorosh

05-23

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The Call-Up: Corey Knebel
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Jordan Gorosh and Mauricio Rubio

03-28

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Notes from the Field: Backfield Scouting Notes, 3/28
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Jason Parks and Jordan Gorosh

12-11

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Transaction Analysis: Brett Anderson at Altitude
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Ben Lindbergh, Jordan Gorosh and Ben Carsley

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The Padres add another big-name outfielder, sending four prospect to Atlanta in the process, and also bring back an oft-injured arm.



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After trading away both of its catchers in separate deals, San Diego reloaded by acquiring one who can really hit.



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Wil Myers headlined the deal, but here's what the other two teams in Wednesday's three-way got.



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December 12, 2014 12:05 am

Transaction Analysis: The Pitchers the Reds Shed

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R.J. Anderson, Zachary Levine and Jordan Gorosh

Mat Latos goes to Miami and Alfredo Simon goes to Detroit, and another trade might be coming for the Reds rotation.



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The Yankees get someone to man Derek Jeter's now-vacated spot, the Tigers move another piece from their Doug Fister return, and new GM Dave Stewart continues to reshape the Diamondbacks.



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November 14, 2014 6:00 am

Transaction Analysis: Jays Leggo Their A. Gose

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R.J. Anderson, Craig Goldstein and Jordan Gorosh

Toronto makes way in center for a top prospect; the Tigers trade from a shallow system; and the Pirates get a new pitch-framer.

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"Shields is a top of the rotation starter that should age well."

James Shields

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Scouting and fantasy takes on this week's second-tier, but still intriguing, call-ups.

We’ve devoted full articles to the most promising prospects promoted to the majors late this season, but we're offering scouting and fantasy takes on the best of the rest here.

Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez, RHP, Phillies
Scouting Take:
The Cuban import entered 2014 having not thrown a competitive pitch since he left his home country. Gonzalez’s medicals revealed some injury concerns that prompted the Phillies to rework his deal and turn him into a reliever this year. He worked in the low 90s as a starter but can work in the mid-90s as a reliever. He also has a splitter and a spotty breaking ball. The Phillies still have plans to convert him back into a starter next year but he’ll have to tighten up the command and work on the breaking ball. —Mauricio Rubio


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August 6, 2014 6:00 am

In The Game

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Jordan Gorosh

One of the prospect team's most recent hires examines what he has learned.

A long time ago, my father told me, “Son, be the dumbest guy in the room, maybe you’ll learn something.” That message has always stuck with me, and I try to apply it to baseball as often as possible. Whether I’m sitting next to scouts at a minor-league game, or working with the rest of the prospect team here at Baseball Prospectus, I’m always learning and adapting.

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August 5, 2014 12:01 am

The Call-Up: Javier Baez

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Mauricio Rubio and Jordan Gorosh

The Cubs' movement continues.

The Situation: On Monday, the Cubs announced they will be calling up IF Javier Baez from Triple-A Iowa, in time to make his debut Tuesday night in Coors Field. Baez will be playing second base, with Arismendy Alcantara shifting to CF. Baez ranked as the no. 1 prospect in the Cubs system in the Baseball Prospectus offseason Cubs Top 10, no. 4 in the offseason Top 101, and no. 5 on the midseason top 50.

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The Mariners clear a logjam, the Tigers get another ace, and the Rays end years of speculation.

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July 24, 2014 6:00 am

Transaction Analysis: Tigers Bullpen Gets Less Sorry

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R.J. Anderson and Jordan Gorosh

Detroit and Texas make a pitcher swap to help the Tigers shore up their relief corps.



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