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07-11

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The Lineup Card: 10 Washed-Up Vets We Want to See Again
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Baseball Prospectus

05-29

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21

Bizball: Inside the 2012-16 CBA: The Luxury Tax Meets the Draft
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Maury Brown

01-18

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16

Heartburn Hardball: The Hawk and the Dragon
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Jonathan Bernhardt

01-12

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Resident Fantasy Genius: Scouting the Newest Import
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Derek Carty

02-22

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38

Future Shock: Tampa Bay Rays Top 11 Prospects
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Kevin Goldstein

12-31

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Warning Track Power: The Expendables
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Chase Gharrity

08-09

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23

Future Shock: Monday Ten Pack
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Kevin Goldstein

08-06

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9

Future Shock Blog: Minor League Update: Games of August 5
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Kevin Goldstein

04-27

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32

Out of the Park
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Marc Normandin

01-24

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Future Shock: Cubs Top 11 Prospects
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Kevin Goldstein

01-10

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15

Transaction Action: Oddments
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Christina Kahrl

03-17

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6

Transaction Analysis: Wild Wests
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Christina Kahrl

11-11

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8

Future Shock: Cubs Top 11 Prospects
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Kevin Goldstein

11-08

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Schrodinger's Bat: The Biggest Booms and Busts?
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Dan Fox

04-19

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The Foreigners
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Mike Plugh

03-28

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Connecting the Dots
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Mike Plugh

08-08

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Future Shock: Division Roundup, AL West
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Kevin Goldstein

03-07

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Transaction Analysis: March 3-6
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Christina Kahrl

02-28

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The World Baseball Classic
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Clay Davenport

02-15

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Transaction Analysis: National League, December 15, 2005-February 11, 2006
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Christina Kahrl

08-04

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Prospectus Notebook: Thursday Edition
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Baseball Prospectus

04-12

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Prospectus Triple Play: Florida Marlins, Los Angeles Dodgers, New York Yankees, Pittsburgh Pirates
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Baseball Prospectus

01-26

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Prospectus Q&A: Dr. Glenn Fleisig, Part II
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Jonah Keri

08-02

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Transaction Analysis: July 30-31, 2002
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Christina Kahrl

02-21

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Japanese Baseball, Pt. 2
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Clay Davenport

08-01

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Transaction Analysis: July 27-31, 2000
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Christina Kahrl

07-25

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Transaction Analysis: July 21-23, 2000
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Christina Kahrl

12-29

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Transaction Analysis: December 17-27
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Christina Kahrl

03-31

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Transaction Analysis: March 27-31
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Christina Kahrl

12-22

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Transaction Analysis: December 15-18
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Christina Kahrl

12-08

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Transaction Analysis: December 1-7
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Christina Kahrl

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November 11, 2008 11:15 am

Future Shock: Cubs Top 11 Prospects

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Kevin Goldstein

The cupboard appears bare for now, and most of what's there may not be tasty enough to take down from the shelf.

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November 8, 2007 12:00 am

Schrodinger's Bat: The Biggest Booms and Busts?

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Dan Fox

Dan invests a bit of time to come up with something pretty authoritative on the subject.

"The present is never our goal: the past and present are our means: the future alone is our goal. Thus, we never live but we hope to live; and always hoping to be happy, it is inevitable that we will never be so."
--Blaise Pascal


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April 19, 2007 12:00 am

The Foreigners

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Mike Plugh

Which foreign-born ballplayers in the Japanese leagues should you know something about?

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March 28, 2007 12:00 am

Connecting the Dots

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Mike Plugh

Mike turns his attention to the second Japanese major league, and makes predictions as to how it's going to shake down.

Jack Elliot: Japanese way, 'Shut up and Take it'!
Hiroko Uchiyama: Jack's way, 'ME, ME, ME'! Sometimes acceptance and cooperation are strengths also.
--"Mr. Baseball" (1992)




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August 8, 2006 12:00 am

Future Shock: Division Roundup, AL West

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Kevin Goldstein

Kevin's Magic Bus stops in the AL West, where he catches up with some over- and underperformers in baseball's four-team division.

Los Angeles Angels

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March 7, 2006 12:00 am

Transaction Analysis: March 3-6

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Christina Kahrl

A couple pitchers hang 'em up, the Marlins say goodbye to their second baseman, and players start getting banished to minor league camp.

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February 28, 2006 12:00 am

The World Baseball Classic

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Clay Davenport

The World Baseball Classic is coming up, and Clay has some new Davenport Translation numbers to help handicap the field.

If you have been in a box all winter, the WBC (and, just for the record, sharing acronyms with organizations that govern boxing cannot be considered a good thing) is a 16-team tournament that will be played like a baseball version of the World Cup. Players will compete for their "home" country, with some latitude for determining just what their "home" is--although people familiar with soccer's World Cup, or even the Olympics, are already familiar with how national ties can be established. The Italian and Dutch teams, in particular, stand to benefit from having American-born and raised players of the appropriate ancestry to supplement their teams.

Provisional rosters for all teams were released last month; final rosters won't be needed until the teams are actually ready to play. We have good, reliable statistics for the past few years for the vast majority of the players in this tournament; the need to obtain them for this tournament has kicked me into researching some of the others. I think we are now in a position to make a reliable estimate of the relative strengths of each team.

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Today Christina wraps up the offseason transactions by focusing on the National League.

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Notebook looks at recent pickups by the Indians and Marlins, and checks in with the Dodgers.

It's not an exact science to evaluate trades the following way, but look at the "three degrees of separation" of the left field progression for the Cubs this season, from Opening Day to yesterday:

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The Marlins' Hee Seop Choi is a burgeoning star. Paul DePodesta made his biggest pick-up of the year in Milton Bradley. Mike Mussina finally won No. 200. And the Pirates have tied themselves to Lloyd McClendon and Dave Littlefield, despite a lack of on-field success. All this and much more news from Florida, Los Angeles, New York, and Pittsburgh in your Monday edition of Prospectus Triple Play.

  • Off In The Distance: It's funny how quickly prospects--even the best prospects--can fall off the proverbial map. A year ago, Hee Seop Choi was among the best young hitters in the game, and for all intents and purposes was ready to contribute at the major league level in a big way. Mix together a concussion, a low batting average, and just dash of Dusty Baker's veteran fetish, however, and you've got yourself a one-way ticket to Florida and a boot out of prospect discussions all together.
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    January 26, 2004 12:00 am

    Prospectus Q&A: Dr. Glenn Fleisig, Part II

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    Jonah Keri

    The American Sports Medicine Institute kicks off its 22nd annual "Injuries in Baseball" course Jan. 29 in Orlando. Today we continue from Part I of our discussion with ASMI's Smith and Nephew Chair of Research, Dr. Glenn Fleisig.

    Baseball Prospectus: Do teams tend to send more major league pitchers or minor leaguers? What are some of the differences between the two groups?

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    ANAHEIM ANGELS Acquired OF-R Alex Ochoa and C-R Sal Fasano from the Brewers for C-L Jorge Fabregas and two PTBNLs. [7/31] This was an elegant, if low-key, solution to the Angels' need for some hitting help, depending of course on the likelihood that neither of the PTBNLs are significant prospects. Those odds are pretty low, since the Angels don't have that many significant prospects in the first place, and they did only get a couple of journeymen. To purge Jorge Fabregas from the roster is a happy development in itself, and beyond that, they get the fourth outfielder they need and a third catcher who makes for a viable option to either of the Molina brothers.

    Acquired OF-R Alex Ochoa and C-R Sal Fasano from the Brewers for C-L Jorge Fabregas and two PTBNLs. [7/31]

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