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Chipper gets stupefied, crushing on straight talk, and will Mo and Po stay or go?

THE BOY CAN RAKE

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March 27, 2007 12:00 am

Transaction Analysis: March 19-26, 2007

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Christina Kahrl

A week on the road's generated a big backlog, but Christina hits the high- and lowlights.

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Yesterday's Reds-Nationals trade was...interesting.

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March 31, 2006 12:00 am

Transaction Analysis: March 29-30

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Christina Kahrl

There's a Roberto Petagine sighting in Seattle, another buy-out of an Indian's arbitration years, and a whole lot of backup infielders bracing themselves for a summer of 13-hour bus rides.

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Anonymity rules at the Winter Meetings, a few GMs self-diagnose, and everyone reacts to the trades and free agent signings around the league.

"In every trade proposal, he's asking for the other general manager's first born, plus two pitchers."
--an MLB executive, on new Rangers GM Jon Daniels, who reportedly overvalued his players when negotiating trades (FoxSports.com)

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February 5, 2004 12:00 am

Can Of Corn: Tip o' the Cap to Beinfest

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Dayn Perry

This time I'm going to turn my attention to the reigning World Champion Florida Marlins. I've seen it proclaimed in more than one corner that last year's model was mostly the fine work of Dave Dombrowski, with his successor, Larry Beinfest, adding only a complementary tweak or two. So let's find out whether that's true. You may recall that I performed a similar exercise with the '03 Red Sox last year. The methodology will be the same this time around. Using Value Over Replacement Player (VORP), let's see how much Beinfest's acquisitions contributed compared to Dombrowski's.

And speaking of the World Series, this time I'm going to turn my attention to the reigning World Champion Florida Marlins. I've seen it proclaimed in more than one corner that last year's model was mostly the fine work of Dave Dombrowski, with his successor, Larry Beinfest, adding only a complementary tweak or two. So let's find out whether that's true.

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"We're pleased with the progress of the club and the direction through Jeff's leadership." --Larry Beinfest, Marlins general manager, on bringing manager Jeff Torborg back for the 2003 season

MARLINS MARLINS MARLINS

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