Category Archives: Transaction Analysis

Fantasy Fallout: Could Alex Gonzalez or Steve Lombardozzi Hold Value In Their New Locale?

by Ray Kuhn Anything but Stephen Drew. That appears to be the message the Detroit Tigers are sending when it comes to replacing Jose Iglesias at shortstop.  On Monday they traded valuable utility man Steve Lombardozzi (who was part of … Continue reading

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Fantasy Fallout: Nelson Cruz Is A Perfect Fit In Baltimore

by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) Nelson Cruz has never been the pillar of health, with more than 475 AB just once in his Major League career (585 AB in 2012).  No matter where he signed, that was always going … Continue reading

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Fantasy Fallout: Matt Garza Lands In Milwaukee (Finally)

by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) With Masahiro Tanaka finally signing, the starting pitching market can finally get moving. We have already seen the impact, as Matt Garza signed on with the Milwaukee Brewers yesterday. It’s not a surprise that … Continue reading

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Fantasy Fallout: Mark Trumbo Heads To Arizona Highlighting 3-Team Trade

by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) Yesterday saw a major three-team trade get finalized: Diamondbacks Get – OF Mark Trumbo & 2 Players to Be Named White Sox Get – OF Adam Eaton Angels Get – SP Tyler Skaggs & … Continue reading

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Fantasy Fallout: What To Make Of Doug Fister To The Nationals

by Dave De Wit Earlier this week, the Tigers dealt staring pitcher Doug Fister to the Nationals in exchange for left-handed minor-league starter Robbie Ray, utility infielder Steve Lombardozzi, and lefty reliever Ian Krol. None of the players going to … Continue reading

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Fantasy Fallout: Prince Fielder Traded To Texas And Ian Kinsler Goes To Detroit

by Will Overton It’s official, the offseason is off and running as we had our first blockbuster trade of the offseason, not even a month after the world series ended. As was first reported by Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com, The … Continue reading

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