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We take a look at some of the most injury-prone players over the past decade, starting with Chris Snelling.

With only weeks to go until Spring Training gets into high gear, Collateral Damage takes a look at the baseball players (three pitchers, three position players) who have spent more time on the disabled list over the past decade than anyone else. Up first: Chris Snelling

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November 7, 2007 12:00 am

Transaction Analysis: AL Pick-me-ups and Discards

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Christina Kahrl

What's moving and shaking in the stronger circuit.

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It's Superior Circuit Transaction Action for all you fellow moves junkies.

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Several teams are taking punches, but know how to roll with them.

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April 19, 2007 12:00 am

Transaction Analysis: April 15-18

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Christina Kahrl

Drew Carey, Dave Kingman, Samuel L. Jackson, and all the transaction action since Saturday.

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The Phillies did the most to help themselves, while the Marlins' front office should be rested after a long vacation.

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The Red Sox acquire two players from within their division, Guamanian John Hattig gets called up to the majors, and the Braves are messing around with the back end of their rotation.

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February 15, 2006 12:00 am

Lies, Damned Lies: PECOTA Takes On Prospects, Part Two

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Nate Silver

Nate continues his PECOTA-based prospect evaluation by looking at young first basemen and outfielders.

First Basemen: Real Prospects

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August 10, 2005 12:00 am

Transaction Analysis: August 5-9

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Christina Kahrl

Waiver deals are just getting started, as are the contract extensions for next year and beyond. Chris has the details on all the latest transactions.

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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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February 24, 2004 12:00 am

Prospectus Roundtable: Top 50 Prospects, Part IV

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Let's compare J.J. Hardy and Bobby Crosby: Player Age EqBA/EqOBP/EqSLG Hardy 20 .240/.316/.380 Crosby 23 .273/.356/.490 Adjusted for park and league context, Crosby's numbers were much, much better. How to balance that against the age differential? I think the question becomes: How likely is it that Hardy will post a line of .273/.356/.490 or equivalent by the time that he's 23? It's possible, certainly, and it's also possible that he'll post a line even better than that. But I don't think that it's *probable*. That's a lot of improvement to make. PECOTA would put the possibility at somewhere around 25%, I'd think, and I think that's enough to render Crosby the stronger prospect.

Baseball Prospectus Top 40 Prospects Roundtables:
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February 22, 2004 12:00 am

Prospectus Roundtable: Top 50 Prospects, Part II

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Wright or Marte, Marte or Wright. I love 'em both. I've put Andy Marte ahead for the moment, because of the 10-month age difference and because scouts seem to like him a lot more, but I really feel strongly that David Wright's as complete a prospect as there is in the game. I'd love to hear comments comparing the two, and Nate, I'd love to see what their PECOTA comps look like. Nobody else is that impressive. Dallas McPherson put up some serious numbers last year, and while some of that was in The Hangar in Rancho Cucamonga, he hit .314/.426/.569 in Arkansas. He doesn't have a great defensive reputation, but it's not terrible either, and he clearly outhit everyone else on this list. I don't know if anyone else deserves Top 50 consideration. I know people love the Greek God of Walks, but he hit .165/.295/.248 in Triple-A, over a 32-game sample. Of course, his full-season OBP was still .446, so... Chad Tracy hit .324 and his defense took a big step forward, but he doesn't do much more than hit singles, and it was Tucson. I respect that he's had two good seasons in a row, but he was in El Paso in 2002, so I'm not sure that means anything either. And as much as I hyped him a year ago, I have to concede that Brendan Harris may not be quite as good as I thought he was. But he's still a better prospect than almost anyone gives him credit for.

Baseball Prospectus Top 40 Prospects Roundtables:
2003 Part II
2003 Part I
2001


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