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This month's edition of the best we missed.

This monthly award is named in honor of Ryan Vogelsong who, in 2011:

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What others are learning from the Annual

Several sites that belong to our friends over at SB Nation have published articles noting 10 things they've learned from Baseball Prospectus 2016. We thought it'd be helpful to have each of those links in one place, for those who like to browse beyond their own team:

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The career of Tim Hudson, as told through the writers of BP past and present.

With a career that outlasted (in quality, if not quantity) the other members of Oakland's Big Three, Tim Hudson has finally called it a career after 17 seasons, over 3100 innings, and 222 career wins (if you're into that sort of thing). In honor of his retirement, and to look back at his long, successful career, let's relive the 16 years of BP Annual comments about him, as he grew from surprising Rookie of the Year candidate to a consistently above-average and underrated pitcher in his 30's.

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The Annual is out.

The first line of LaTroy Hawkins' comment in Baseball Prospectus 2015 says, "Hawkins is the only pitcher in every Baseball Prospectus Annual ever." You can take this as a testament to the Annual or as a testament to Hawkins. Let's look at the tale of the tape over the last 20 years:

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June 28, 2013 5:00 am

Pebble Hunting: The Best Players We Snubbed This Spring


Sam Miller

Five players who didn't make the BP annual but have made the major leagues.

Two years ago, I wrote about the best players who didn’t make it into the Baseball Prospectus Annual the previous spring. They were pretty good players: Ryan Vogelsong, an out-of-nowhere Cy Young vote-getter; Bartolo Colon, a resurrected innings eater; and Al Alburquerque, a breakout relief ace who had been a minor-league free agent a few months earlier. Will this year’s Best Players We Missed be as good? Will they be better? Will they be less good? Will they be Bartolo Colon, Ryan Vogelsong, and Al Alburquerque again? There are questions on the floor, and we must now answer them.

5. Michael Roth, .39 WARP
(On the Angels, dummy)

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The latest installment of The New York Times bestselling series is now shipping.

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