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Tag: adam dunn

Detroit Tigers: The Value of a Protected First-Round Draft Pick

The Detroit Tigers season is in shambles. Stop me if you’ve hear that before. Due to injuries and inconsistency, the team has struggled. There’s truth to the statement that the Tigers never really got a chance to see what a Read More

MLB August Trades Part One: Winners

Baseball’s biggest trade deadline is July 31st. Up until that date players can be moved without passing through waivers. After the 31st, players must be subjected to waivers if they are to be dealt. In the waiver process, the team Read More

An Extended Glance at the Sox Drawer: Why the Kevin Youkilis Trade is a Lose-Lose

I’ve already outlined that trading Kevin Youkilis will come back to bite the Red Sox (you can see that here), but maybe you haven’t heard why it’s bad for Chicago. Sure, the White Sox didn’t give up too much for Read More

The Problem With Adam Dunn

Adam Dunn is having a fine bounce-back year. The Chicago White Sox, however, aren’t. Yes, they are technically in second place in the division, but there isn’t a lot of staying power to be had on the South Side. Which Read More

Can’t Live Without ‘Em: American League

(Disclaimer: You can live without these players, it certainly doable.) Injuries happen. Trades happen. Prolonged, bench-worthy stints occur. Players might not be there. Whether that player is your everyday superstar or fourth outfielder, the loss means something. But in the Read More

Assessing the Cleveland Indians Chances

In the AL Central… No chances at all. I’m just kidding. They have a shot, but then again, so do the Orioles. Cleveland is certainly head and shoulders above the competition, for second place that is. They are certainly better Read More