Tag Archives: baseball trade

Passing Judgment – Goodbye Posada, Hello Pineda

Until now, it has been a conspicuously quiet offseason for the New York Yankees.  They didn’t make a splash with any big name free agents.  In fact, they weren’t even involved in any rumors surrounding big name free agents.  There weren’t even any rumors about them making any trades outside of potentially trying to find […]

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Passing Judgment – Wheeler of Fortune (Mets to Trade Beltran to Giants for Top Pitching Prospect)

After months of speculation, the New York Mets finally have traded All Star outfielder Carlos Beltran to the defending world champion San Francisco Giants along with most, if not all, of the remaining money owed to Beltran this year.  The deal is pending Beltran’s approval because he has a no-trade clause and is also a […]

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Frankie Goes to Hollywood…er, Milwaukee

The Mets hired Sandy Alderson for many reasons, but none more important than alleviating the problems that currently exist and setting the franchise up for success down the road.  He is faced with several obstacles in his way, including the Wilpons’ financial problems and pending litigation in the Madoff lawsuit.  So knowing that he will […]

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