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12-16

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Transaction Analysis: Another Smart St. Louis Signing, Another Typical Cleveland Closer
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Ben Lindbergh and Bret Sayre

06-08

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BP Unfiltered: How Aroldis Chapman Allowed an Earned Run
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Ben Lindbergh

12-30

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Baseball ProGUESTus: To Live and Die in Three Rivers Stadium, Or: The Face of Michael Cimino
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David Raposa and David Roth

11-21

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Transaction Analysis: Pirate In, Pirate Out
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R.J. Anderson

08-10

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Expanded Horizons: Anonymastros
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Tommy Bennett

08-09

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Divide and Conquer, NL Central: The Astros vs. the Peanuts Gang
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Larry Granillo

07-20

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Fantasy Beat: King of the Royal Rotation
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Craig Brown

05-24

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Fantasy Beat: Value Picks at Catcher, Second Base, and Shortstop
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Michael Jong

03-30

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Collateral Damage: Disabled on Opening Day
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Corey Dawkins and Marc Normandin

03-24

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Team Injury Projection: Houston Astros
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Corey Dawkins and Marc Normandin

02-17

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Fantasy Focus: Second Base Rankings
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Marc Normandin

12-01

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Prospectus Perspective: Short Shrift?
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Christina Kahrl

09-25

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Transaction Action: Cardinals, D'backs, Rockies
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Christina Kahrl

05-11

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Transaction Action: 25th Man Tweaks
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Christina Kahrl

10-09

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Prospectus Today: Second Day Roundup
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Joe Sheehan

10-07

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On the Beat: Post-season Notes
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John Perrotto

10-07

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Playoff Prospectus: Phillies versus Rockies LDS
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Eric Seidman

06-18

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Prospectus Hit and Run: Another Mile-High Miracle?
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Jay Jaffe

03-17

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Transaction Analysis: Wild Wests
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Christina Kahrl

05-03

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Transaction Analysis: Playing Mr. Fix-It
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Christina Kahrl

01-24

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Schrodinger's Bat: Simple Fielding Runs Version 1.0
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Dan Fox

01-13

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Transaction Analysis: Moves from the Week that Was
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Christina Kahrl

08-14

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Transaction of the Day: NL West Moves
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Christina Kahrl

03-01

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Schrodinger's Bat: Clutch Performers, 2006
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Dan Fox

10-18

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Prospectus Matchups: Nobody Knows Anything
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Jim Baker

05-30

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Prospectus Hit List: Week of 5/28
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Marc Normandin

04-26

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Prospectus Today: Smart Ball
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Joe Sheehan

02-27

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Team Health Reports: Colorado Rockies
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Thomas Gorman and Will Carroll

06-07

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Under The Knife: Draft Day
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Will Carroll

04-26

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Prospectus Triple Play: Baltimore Orioles, Colorado Rockies, New York Mets
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Baseball Prospectus

04-01

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Preseason Predictions
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Baseball Prospectus

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The long-anticipated results of the Alternate Cy Young Award, plus Jim ends up on the wrong side of Jim vs. conventional wisdom.

You think you know what's going to happen in the World Series, don't you? You think you know because everyone has told you as much: the Tigers are going to win it. Easily. Regardless of whether the Cardinals or Mets go forward, it is a fait accompli that well-rested Detroit, who closed out Oakland seemingly weeks ago, will crush the survivor under the sheer weight of their superior starting pitching.

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The Tigers still rank #1 in this week's Hit List, and the Royals remain in 30th place yet still manage to trend downward.

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April 26, 2006 12:00 am

Prospectus Today: Smart Ball

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Joe Sheehan

Joe has seen some terrible uses of the sacrifice bunt so far this season.

Under the new method, the Hall of Fame vs. Jimmy looks like this:

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February 27, 2006 12:00 am

Team Health Reports: Colorado Rockies

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Thomas Gorman and Will Carroll

The Rockies are dependent on a single player, but will that single player stay healthy for 2006?

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June 7, 2005 12:00 am

Under The Knife: Draft Day

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Will Carroll

As 1,500-odd candidates for future UTKs get drafted into pro baseball over the next two days, Will provides his call on the top ten picks. Also, updates on Clint Barmes, Milton Bradley and Johnny Estrada.

Powered by the shock of Apple switching to Intel and the pig flying past my window, on to the injuries:

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Baltimore's Brian Roberts, Rockies rookies and Mets minor leaguers take the field in today's Prospectus Triple Play.

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We conclude our predictions with the National League, plus the staff World Series picks.

Yesterday we started our prediction miniseries with a look at the American League. Today we unveil our National League and World Series picks.

Each author's ballot may be found later in the article. Here, we neatly summarize the results. In each division standings table you'll find the average rank of the team, plus the standard deviation. The lower the standard deviation, the more in agreement the authors were about that team's place in the division standings. In our AL column, the Royals had a standard deviation of 0, meaning that all authors agreed they would finish last. We have similar consensus with the old/new Washington Nationals, also picked to finish last across the board. Such agreement is rare around here, and obviously means that both the Royals and Nationals will finish third in their respective divisions.

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