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June 4, 2014 6:00 am

What You Need to Know: A Modern-Day Greg Maddux?

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Chris Mosch

Henderson Alvarez emulates the Braves great for his third shutout of 2014 and Jason Lane returns as a pitcher, plus more from Tuesday and previews for Wednesday.

The Tuesday Takeaway
Don’t look now, but Henderson Alvarez is your 2014 league leader in shutouts.


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Inspired by Pascual Perez's infamous adventures on I-285 in Atlanta, the BP team recounts their scariest automobile encounters.

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February 6, 2007 12:00 am

Transaction Analysis: NL Central Catchup

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Christina Kahrl

With the way the offseason has gone in baseball's six-team division, don't be surprised to see the defending champs looking up in the standings come October for the first time in four years.

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July 13, 2006 12:00 am

Transaction Analysis: July 10-13

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Christina Kahrl

Houston and Tampa Bay make a deal, Minnesota discards another winter mistake, and the Royals get a player back for a pre-deadline audition.

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A rematch of the World Champs and the NL pennant winners is what Derek's clicker dials up this time around.

It's been a busy week for both ballclubs. The Astros had the season debut of seven-time Cy Young Award winner Roger Clemens on Thursday, making the decision to have Clemens go against the Minnesota Twins at home, rather than pitch against the White Sox in Chicago. Clemens was hardly dominant in a game where young phenom Francisco Liriano emerged victorious.

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Jason Lane makes a claim for a regular job in Houston, Matt Morris bounces back strongly in St. Louis, and Texas' Chan Ho Park aims for adequacy in today's Prospectus Triple Play.

  • Life with the Fast Lane: Jason Lane has spent the past three seasons looking for a way to crack the Astros lineup. All he’s done is hit the ball at every level he’s played at, but the Astros’ campaign to field the oldest team east of San Francisco has kept Lane on the bench or in New Orleans long after it was apparent that he was ready for an everyday job in the majors.
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    August 20, 2003 12:00 am

    Transaction Analysis: August 15-18

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    Christina Kahrl

    The Angels grant Benji Gil his freedom, while the Orioles do the same for Rick Helling. The Cubs continue their quest to field one of the worst infields on a pennant contender in decades. The Royals make the best of a cloudy rotation situation. The Rangers' pitching buffet's not looking too appetizing. These and other news, notes, and Kahrlisms in this edition of Transaction Analysis.

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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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    Featuring Jonah Keri, Jeff Bower, Chris Kahrl, Derek Zumsteg, Nate Silver, Jeff Hildebrand, Gary Huckabay, Dave Pease

    [The signing of Jeff Kent and the 2003 Astros offense]

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    May 13, 2002 3:03 pm

    Transaction Analysis: April 30-May 11, 2002

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    Christina Kahrl

    Losing David Justice isn't good news, considering I'm not a big Scott Hatteberg guy, but I am a believer when it comes to Eric Byrnes, so I guess I'm happy. Outfield defense is always going to be an issue for a unit that has Terrence Long in center field and either Justice or Jeremy Giambi in a corner. While I'm not arguing for Byrnes to play every day, he does give the A's a hitter who puts hard-hit balls into play, who can cover an outfield corner well, and basically give the bottom of the lineup someone who can help score some of the other more walk-inclined hitters batting higher up.

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    March 21, 2002 6:55 pm

    Transaction Analysis: March 14-18, 2002

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    Christina Kahrl

    Spring training transactions recap for the past week

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