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April 18, 2008 12:00 am

Fantasy Focus: Changes of Scenery, Revisited

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Jeff Erickson

Some players might be ready to help your fantasy team if their teams decide to make a change or two.

Last year we discussed players that might benefit from a change of scenery, or at least a significant change within their organization. These players are either languishing in Triple-A, or chained to the bench in the majors. We're going to revisit that topic now, with an eye towards players that could help you out should they ever get an opportunity to play, and are either available right now or can be acquired cheaply. We're going to avoid discussing the elite prospects that haven't made their debuts, players like Jay Bruce (though if Corey Patterson keeps putting up a sub-.300 OBP in the leadoff spot for the Reds through July, Reds fans will be howling much earlier than that) or Colby Rasmus. In most leagues, they're unavailable anyhow.

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August 13, 2004 12:00 am

Rational Exuberance: Meet the Mets: A Decade Without a Plan

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Jonah Keri

Jonah Keri breaks down the last 10 years of Mets history. Lots of ill-fated trades, questionable moves and blame to go around, but one man stands above the rest. Read on to find out who.

In jettsoning a big chunk of their future for the dishwater-dull duo of Victor Zambrano and Kris Benson, the Mets had found a way to prove yet again that they had no semblance of a plan. They're contending for the future. No, for this year. No, for somewhere in between.

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March 26, 2004 12:00 am

Transaction Analysis: March 22-25, 2004

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Christina Kahrl

John Patterson and Juan Cruz: good riddance, or highway robbery? The Astros drop another roadblock in Morgan Ensburg's way. Itinerant pitcher Bruce Chen's destiny likely includes fitting for a few more major league uniforms. All this and more in Friday's Transaction Analysis.

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September 25, 2003 12:00 am

Transaction Analysis: August 25-September 21

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Christina Kahrl

A lost season for the Angels has folks in Anaheim scratching their heads. John Smoltz's injury buries Bobby Thigpen's name for another year. The Royals' run evokes memories of George Brett and company. Sandy Alomar...you can probably guess what Chris will write about Sandy Alomar. Witticisms, Kahrlisms and roster schmisms in this edition of Transaction Analysis.

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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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December 10, 2001 12:00 am

HACKING MASS Results

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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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