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09-03

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What You Need to Know: Taking Three Teams' Playoff Temperatures
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Daniel Rathman

06-28

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BP Unfiltered: The Longest Plate Appearance of the Week, 6/28
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Ben Lindbergh

04-11

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BP Unfiltered: Chris Young Goes Coco
by
R.J. Anderson

01-08

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Painting the Black: The Future of Basestealing
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R.J. Anderson

12-18

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Painting the Black: The Unimaginable Base-Stealing Genius of Coco Crisp
by
R.J. Anderson

10-18

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Punk Hits: Three Nights in October, Part Two
by
Ian Miller

10-07

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Playoff Prospectus: ALDS Game Two Preview: Athletics at Tigers
by
Daniel Rathman

08-10

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Pebble Hunting: The Best Pitches Thrown This Week (By Jered Weaver)
by
Sam Miller

08-10

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16

In A Pickle: Why We Want to Be Smart
by
Jason Wojciechowski

06-20

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What You Need to Know: Wednesday, June 20
by
Daniel Rathman

02-14

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Transaction Analysis: More on Yoenis Cespedes and the A's
by
Ben Lindbergh

02-14

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Painting the Black: Examining the Beane Stock
by
R.J. Anderson

01-11

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The Keeper Reaper: Outfielders for 1/11/12
by
Rob McQuown

08-08

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Fantasy Beat: Preparation Only Gets You So Far
by
Jason Collette

11-20

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Transaction Analysis: Dempster-Diving and Going Coco for Coco Crisp
by
Christina Kahrl

10-17

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Prospectus Today: A Stathead Considers Chemistry
by
Joe Sheehan

02-14

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Schrodinger's Bat: Wrapping it Up
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Dan Fox

10-18

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Schrodinger's Bat: The Baserunning Edition
by
Dan Fox

01-03

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Player Profile: Coco Crisp
by
Marc Normandin

08-23

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Prospectus Game of the Week: New York Yankees @ Boston Red Sox, 8/20/06
by
Derek Jacques

06-15

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Prospectus Game of the Week: Boston Red Sox @ Minnesota Twins, 6/13/06
by
Derek Jacques

04-14

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Prospectus Notebook: Red Sox, Devil Rays
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Baseball Prospectus

04-14

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Transaction Analysis: April 11-13
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Christina Kahrl

02-14

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Transaction Analysis: American League, December 15, 2005-February 13, 2006
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Christina Kahrl

02-01

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Prospectus Today: Good Trade for Both Teams
by
Joe Sheehan

07-13

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Prospectus Game of the Week: Cleveland Indians @ New York Yankees, 7/10/05
by
Jonah Keri

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February 1, 2006 12:00 am

Prospectus Today: Good Trade for Both Teams

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Joe Sheehan

Joe breaks down the recent Red Sox-Indians trade.

In a winter of interesting decisions, I think this may be the most fascinating move yet. The Red Sox initially made a great deal by acquiring BP's 2005 #1 prospect in exchange for the last three seasons of Edgar Renteria's contract, then swapped out the benefit to fill what was a significant hole in center field. How significant? Before the deal, the Sox looked like they might have to start Adam Stern, a 25-year-old Rule 5 Draftee with all of 15 career major-league ABs, in center.

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Jonah witnesses the Randy Johnson of old turning into the Randy Johnson who's just old.

Time and again during Sunday's tilt between the Indians and Yankees, Johnson got into trouble. The Indians started each of the first five innings with a runner on base. Johnson's fastball kept catching the middle of the plate, leading to several booming hits into the gaps. But just when the Tribe looked ready to blow the game open, they'd blow it by hacking at fastballs up and out of the zone, the only kind Johnson could throw by anyone. That impatience, along with Johnson's still-lethal slider, some Indians base-running blunders and some Yankee luck, combined to keep the Bombers in a game they should have lost early on. Here's what transpired:

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