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Andrew Miller blossomed into one of the premier relief pitchers in all of baseball during his nearly four-year stint with the Boston Red Sox and their patience was rewarded when they convinced their division rivals, the Baltimore Orioles, to give up Eduardo Rodriguez, a 21-year old left-handed pitching prospect, who

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In continuing our quest to find some names to monitor over the winter as potential end-of-draft or early season streamer targets I thought it would be appropriate today to look at a couple rotation options from the two World Series teams. As I noted last week I find it advantageous to

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Today in our AFL series we mine for potential fantasy gold on the banks of the Aqua Fria River in Surprise, home to minor leaguers from Baltimore, Boston, Cleveland, Milwaukee, and Texas. While the Saguaros are relatively light on truly elite prospect talent, particularly on the mound, there is some

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The innate ability of Billy Beane to consistently make trades that bring back quality pitching prospects in the low minor leagues is nothing short of a gift, and it has allowed the Oakland A’s to flourish despite the perpetual need to trade pitchers before they become expensive. One of the

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Somehow, I’m going to go with “because there is no god”, Jake Peavy was the headliner on the biggest trade of the non-waiver trade deadline period (unless you too have a hard on for Drew Butera).  By this point, Jake Peavy is largely a known quantity, so it might be

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Now I know I’m not alone in this thought. I know Bret’s told you all before. Excuse me then, because I feel the need to repeat both myself and others on this topic, in the wake of some pure insanity. Jackie Bradley, Jr. (I’ll start dropping the “, Jr.” for

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