Another One Bites The Dust – Francisco Cordero Signs With The Reds

An article by posted on November 23, 2007

Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports, is reporting that the Reds have signed closer Francisco Cordero to a four-year, $46 million dollar contract according to his major league sources. It is the largest contract ever given to a closer and also includes an option for a fifth year that can bring the total value of the […]

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Torii Hunter Gets His Wings And Signs With Angels

An article by posted on November 22, 2007

One of the bigger names on this years free agent market has now found a home. Former Twins outfielder Torii Hunter has just signed a 5-year deal worth as much as $80 million dollars to play for the Los Angeles Angels, according to ESPN. The Angels’ first year general manager, Tony Reagins, is certainly making […]

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Thursday’s Hot Stove Recap – Is Omar Gearing Up For Santana?

An article by posted on November 21, 2007

It really feels like things are starting to heat up and move at a faster pace as we get closer to the Winter Meetings. This week was especially busy, and here are some of the latest rumors and transactions over the last 48 hours. It didn’t take long for the Milwaukee Brewers to replace Johnny Estrada. […]

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Johnny Estrada: Easy Come, Easy Go?

An article by posted on November 21, 2007

Okay, somebody please tell me what’s going on… Adam Rubin of the Daily News is reporting that Johnny Estrada may not be sticking around too long. Here is what he wrote this moning… The Mets have landed a catcher – but this one might not be around long either. As a bonus, the other team took […]

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Angels Bail Out On Cabrera, Dodgers Back On The Saddle Again

An article by posted on November 21, 2007

Of all the major sluggers rumored to be available this off season, none are bigger than Miguel Cabrera. (pardon the pun, hee hee) For weeks now, we’ve been hearing all this gibberish about the Angels, Mariners, and even the Giants being in hot pursuit. The only team I took seriously was the Angels. I felt they […]

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If It Walks Like A Duca, And Talks Like A Duca, It Must Be A Duca!

An article by posted on November 21, 2007

Nothing gets me more excited in the off season than a great trade. Well I don’t really mean nothing, but you know what I mean. Last night’s trade for Johnny Estrada came out of left field. I mean there was not even a hint of that going down. So much for all these experts who […]

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Let’s Give Mota A Good Old-Fashioned New York Send-Off!

An article by posted on November 20, 2007
Let’s Give Mota A Good Old-Fashioned New York Send-Off!

I know I already posted on this subject, but I can’t help myself and I needed to release some more energy. Can somebody please tell me what kind of drugs the Brewers were taking when they agreed to trade Johnny Estrada for Guillermo Mota. Somebody, please explain to me what their thought process was? I […]

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Breaking News: Mets Trade Guillermo Mota For Johnny Estrada!

An article by posted on November 20, 2007

WFAN and Rotoworld is reporting that the Mets acquired catcher Johnny Estrada from the Brewers for RHP Guillermo Mota. Yes Mets fans, it’s true. Omar Minaya just pulled off a rematkable deal that will have Mets fans jumping for joy and shouting from the rooftops! HERE IS THE OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE… The New York Mets […]

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Opinion: Are Lastings Milledge And Carlos Gomez Gone?

An article by posted on November 20, 2007

All we hear are rumors and speculation around this time of the year. I love it! I read something interesting this morning from Steve Popper on his blog Amazin Stories. He had some interesting things to say about his conference call with Omar Minaya yesterday, but what really caught my attention was this… As far […]

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The 2008 NL MVP is Jimmy Rollins

An article by posted on November 20, 2007
The 2008 NL MVP is Jimmy Rollins

Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins has been awarded the NL MVP award for 2008. The race was close and there was never really a for sure winner until it was announced today at 2 p.m. Matt Holliday and Prince Fielder were the other two candidates, and some might even say David Wright. Although most of us […]

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