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July 28, 2007 12:00 am

Transaction Analysis: Swaps and Moves

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Christina Kahrl

The Phillies aren't running up the white flag, the Indians re-correct a previously corrected problem and cope with an unfixed issue, and moves from around the leagues.

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Few things beat a day game at Dodger Stadium narrated by Vin Scully.

He was right. Though my beloved Expos lost to the Dodgers that day, I immediately fell in love with Dodger Stadium. Having been to the home ballparks of 29 of MLB's 30 teams--I'll get you some day, Minnesota Twins!--it's hard to describe exactly what makes a park too old to be a sparkling palace and too young to be a historic treasure such a special place. Maybe it's the palm trees up on the hill behind the ballpark. Maybe it's the view of the mountains you can only get on that rare crystal-clear Los Angeles afternoon. But sitting at Dodger Stadium, with neither a giant Coke bottle nor a 37-foot wall to look at, it just feels like baseball.

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July 9, 2003 12:00 am

Transaction Analysis: July 3-8, 2003

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Christina Kahrl

The White Sox begin the summer trading season with a bang; the Reds make a great acquisition in D'Angelo Jimenez; Josh Beckett is unleashed from the DL in Florida; and the Royals take a flyer on a man named Gookie (remember him?). All this and much more news from around the league in your Wednesday edition of Transaction Analysis.

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ANAHEIM ANGELS Purchased the contract of C-R Sal Fasano from Salt Lake. [9/16] Hopefully, Fasano is up to finish the season behind the plate now that the Angels have clinched that last playoff spot, allowing Los Dos Molinas a chance to get a couple of days off before the playoffs. As somebody with a weak spot in my heart/head for catchers with that Mark Parent/Dave Duncan offensive profile, the guy who can throw a little and pound a home run every couple of weeks, regular readers know I've always coughed up plenty of kind words on behalf of Sal Fasano

Purchased the contract of C-R Sal Fasano from Salt Lake. [9/16]

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