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August 8, 2007 12:00 am

Transaction Analysis: AL Roundup

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Christina Kahrl

The Yankees and Red Sox stay busy, the Indians try another starting pitcher, and where did all the shortstops go?

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January 30, 2007 12:00 am

Transaction Analysis: AL East Catchup

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Christina Kahrl

The Orioles forget to look at the sell-by date, the Blue Jays lock up their franchise player, the Devil Rays move stealthily along at the bottom, and those two other teams bring Japanese players to America for Christmas.

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November 30, 2006 12:00 am

Transaction Analysis: November 22-29, 2006

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Christina Kahrl

Royce Clayton finds his tenth major league team, and that's the least exciting signing in an inflated market. Christina takes you through the winners and losers so far.

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

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March 4, 2005 12:00 am

Fantasy Focus: NL West Busts

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Jeff Erickson

Jeff Erickson points out that it's not only who you draft that helps you win, but who you don't. Today: who to avoid in the NL West.

Level I - Useable players that will be overpriced/overvalued on Draft Day. I wouldn't be opposed to owning them, just not at their going rate in most leagues.

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One of these teams has been among the most active organizations in the Hot Stove League. The other two haven't done nearly as much damage to themselves.

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August 31, 2004 12:00 am

Transaction Analysis: August 26-29, 2004

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Christina Kahrl

Nowhere else in the realm of baseball is anyone talking about Roosterkoop van Sluijterfuss. Chris Kahrl expounds upon him, and real major league ballplayers, inside.

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January 28, 2004 12:00 am

Can Of Corn: Rocky Mountain High

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Dayn Perry

Sometimes I'm easily confused. Watching Jane Campion films makes me feel like a monkey trying to open a coconut. I'm puzzled as to how Napster hopes to achieve substantive market penetration without having Ratt's "Way Cool Junior" on its play list. Oh, and I'm also perplexed by what the Rockies are doing this winter--which is what this little piece of bandwidth is all about. I've never met Roockies GM Dan O'Dowd, but I know people who have. By all accounts, he's a heady, intellectually curious guy with an open mind. That's why his club's off-season machinations are especially troubling. The Rockies have--rightly, I think--perceived the NL West to be on a down cycle and, ergo, in a winnable condition. But how they've gone about positioning themselves as a contender makes no sense to me. To wit, Colorado has gone out and signed Jeromy Burnitz, Vinny Castilla, and Royce Clayton. What's more is that they apparently have starting jobs in mind for each member of this nefarious troika.

I've never met Roockies GM Dan O'Dowd, but I know people who have. By all accounts, he's a heady, intellectually curious guy with an open mind. That's why his club's off-season machinations are especially troubling. The Rockies have--rightly, I think--perceived the NL West to be on a down cycle and, ergo, in a winnable condition. But how they've gone about positioning themselves as a contender makes no sense to me.

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I grew up going to Mariners games, but while visiting family in San Francisco, I always enjoyed seeing a good team play outdoor baseball in Candlestick. I loved the Giants teams from 1985-1993. They played in the sun, they were young and good, and people came out to see them, all of which made for a dramatic difference in the amount of fun I had. While I still follow the team, I've never been as big a fan since 1993. Because after the 1993 season, when the Giants were the best team ever to not make the post-season, Will Clark wanted to stay in San Francisco, and it didn't happen.

I grew up going to Mariners games, but while visiting family in San Francisco, I always enjoyed seeing a good team play outdoor baseball in Candlestick. I loved the Giants teams from 1985-1993. They played in the sun, they were young and good, and people came out to see them, all of which made for a dramatic difference in the amount of fun I had. While I still follow the team, I've never been as big a fan since 1993. Because after the 1993 season, when the Giants were the best team ever to not make the post-season, Will Clark wanted to stay in San Francisco, and it didn't happen.

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Acquired C Charlie O'Brien from the White Sox for LHP Jason Stockstill and RHP Brian Tokarse. [7/30]

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