Category Archives: trades

Say sayonara?

Bringing Koji Uehara to the Rangers was not a stupid move on paper, but you know what they say about the best laid plans. Advertisements

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Stuff (and Stuff)

I’ve been collecting links for the last few days, amassing information and analysis about the MY trade situation. Before I get to that, though, I want to share one other thought of my own on the subject.

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MY’s Howard Beale Moment

In regards to the Michael Young situation, I’ve been reading and digesting everything I could find for the last few days. Initially, I wasn’t sure exactly whose side I was on, but after giving it some thought I’ve decided that … Continue reading

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Circling the Drain

Before the start of the 2009 season, Michael Young wanted out of Texas. He later rescinded his request and offered to move to 3B to make room for Elvis Andrus. Now he wants out again and it doesn’t sound like … Continue reading

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The Best Laid Plans and All That

Here I was, all set to ease back into the week by sharing a short personal experience from a trip to The Ballpark back in September, when out of nowhere Jon Daniels makes one of those out of nowhere kinds … Continue reading

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Ya Reap What Ya Sow

Last night I was pretty hard on the Cubs, suggesting outright that their current iteration just doesn’t have the stuff of champions. Why don’t they have what it takes? Because they’re building their baseball team upside down.

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The Buildings Will Fall Down

Matt Garza is officially off the table, but not for lack of trying.

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