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August 23, 2006 12:00 am

Transaction Analysis: August 18-22

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Christina Kahrl

Christina dissects the Shawn Green and Jamie Moyer trades, and watches as a few light-hitting infielders push aside more worthy players.

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February 24, 2006 12:00 am

Fantasy Focus: Building a Fantasy Farm System

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Jeff Erickson

Jeff wonders if fantasy owners should stock their farm system with young hitters or young pitchers.

Is the same true of a fantasy farm system? I've always believed so, and my experiences in keeper leagues have only reinforced that point of view. Take the RotoWire Staff League as an example. We now have three years under our belt, in an 18-team league where each team starts the year with a 10-man minor league roster. In those three years, I've drafted 19 minor leaguers (because some of those draftees were retained, I didn't have the full complement of 10 picks each season) and traded for three others:

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Today Christina wraps up the offseason transactions by focusing on the National League.

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April 12, 2005 12:00 am

Transaction Analysis: March 29-April 4, 2005

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Christina Kahrl

Early-season moves have featured their share of funkiness, writes Chris Kahrl.

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Moorad v. Boras, the growth of Omar Infante, and the Royals rotation--all this and much more in today's Prospectus Triple Play

Arizona acquired Cruz from Tampa Bay on February 6th for HACKING MASS MVP Casey Fossum. The trade was a good one for the Diamondbacks, especially considering the alternative in center field, Luis Terrero, is probably better suited for the role of fourth outfielder. Cruz is coming off a season in which he hit 21 homers and walked 76 times in Tampa Bay. Last year was a dip from 2003's performance, when he hit 20 home runs and walked 102 times for San Francisco, and finished second behind Barry Bonds among Giants position players in terms of wins above replacement.

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February 21, 2004 12:00 am

Prospectus Roundtable: Top 50 Prospects, Part I

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In preparing the annual top prospect list for Baseball Prospectus 2004, BP authors participated in the annual extended roundtable discussion of baseball's top prospects. The ranking and review process balanced translated statistics, scouting reports, and injury reports with the strong personal opinions of BP's finest…all with the goal of putting together the "best damn prospect list the world has ever seen." In Part I today we'll listen in on the discussion of the top prospects among pitchers, catchers, first basemen and second basemen. Parts II through IV will run Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. We'll also unveil the final list Tuesday, with the Top 50 prospects (we've expanded from prior years' Top 40) revealed. Rany Jazayerli will be along to discuss the Top 50 list and the process that went into compiling it in Tuesday night's Chat.

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October 28, 2003 12:00 am

Internet Baseball Awards

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Ryan Wilkins

As many of our readers were submitting their ballots for the annual Internet Baseball Awards, 11 Baseball Prospectus authors went into the polling booths themselves, voicing their opinions on who should win the major baseball awards this year. Here are the results...

As many of our readers were submitting their ballots for the annual Internet Baseball Awards, 11 Baseball Prospectus authors went into the polling booths themselves, voicing their opinions on who should win the major baseball awards this year. Here are the results:

National League Player of the Year

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March 27, 2003 12:00 am

Transaction Analysis: March 20-24, 2003

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Christina Kahrl

The Red Sox have 682 first basemen, the Reds revamp half their bullpen a week before Opening Day, the Rockies' three non-Helton infield spots could be the best collective bargain in baseball, and the Pirates choose one set of jounreymen over another for the back end of the pitching staff.

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January 9, 2001 12:00 am

An Early End to Spring

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Rany Jazayerli

It happens every year. Every year I find some way to believe. Every winter I shed my analyst's glasses and look at my Kansas City Royals through the eyes of a fan. A fan looking for a ray of hope. A fan willing to overlook holes at half a dozen positions. A fan willing to forgive the lamentable decisions of seasons past. A fan willing to stand squarely in the face of reason and think that maybe, just maybe, this is our year.

And every year, the Royals do something so outlandish, so absurd, so oh-my-God-you-have-to-be-kidding stupid, that like a sucker punch to the groin it drops me to my knees, leaving me breathless, in a lot of pain, and embarrassed that I didn't see it coming.

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January 9, 2000 12:00 am

An Early End to Spring

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Rany Jazayerli

It happens every year. Every year I find some way to believe. Every winter I shed my analyst's glasses and look at my Kansas City Royals through the eyes of a fan. A fan looking for a ray of hope. A fan willing to overlook holes at half a dozen positions. A fan willing to forgive the lamentable decisions of seasons past. A fan willing to stand squarely in the face of reason and think that maybe, just maybe, this is our year.

And every year, the Royals do something so outlandish, so absurd, so oh-my-God-you-have-to-be-kidding stupid, that like a sucker punch to the groin it drops me to my knees, leaving me breathless, in a lot of pain, and embarrassed that I didn't see it coming.

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