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Thursday, February 10, 2005
I’ll Take Manhattan: Baseball’s Most Lopsided Trades. "A few hundred years ago the Yankees traded some beads to the Indians for the isle of Manhattan. They even made the Indians eat the bulk of Manhattan’s remaining contract in the deal. And yet that does not even compare to Nolan Ryan for Jim Fregosi. Now that was a lopsided deal if there ever was one." (Mike's Baseball Rants)

.... Sabean-izing. "Sabean has overseen the decimation of the Giants farm system by systematically working to prevent the Giants from accumulating draft choices (first-round, free agent compensation choices, in particular). In this area alone, Sabean must be taken to task, as nothing NOTHING can replace the value vs. cost of a young, talented player." (Only Baseball Matters)

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