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March 27, 2007 12:00 am

Transaction Analysis: March 19-26, 2007


Christina Kahrl

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

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A controversial trade was consummated last week, Dr. Mike Marshall is back in the news, some players sound off about the Pirates, and more.

"There are probably some nasty messages already on my voicemail. Cincinnati leads the nation in polls. There's probably something on the crawler now--'Is this good or bad?'"
--Cincinnati GM Wayne Krivsky, on the eight-player deal that sent Austin Kearns and Felipe Lopez to Washington (MLB.com)

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We take a look at the Cub rotation, and a young star's surprising start in Tampa Bay.

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Kevin moves over to the senior circuit, highlighting NL players who have seen their stock rise or fall in spring training.

With spring training close to wrapping up and most prospects without big league jobs already reassigned to minor league camp, it's not too early to take a look at the spring statistics to see which player's stocks are rising and falling. Spring stats should always be taken with a grain of salt, so here's some additional background of some of the National League's best and worst performances by prospects. Statistics are through games of March 27.

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December 10, 2001 12:00 am



Baseball Prospectus

We've tabulated this year's HACKING MASS results, and we've got ourselves a winner. Keith Lindahl led his imaginatively named squad to a fantastic 371.76 ESPN to easily capture the 2001 HACKING MASS title. Keith's winning team is a smorgasboard of stiffness:

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