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Not to Keep Pushing MLBTR, but


They are a fairly good aggregator of baseball info, IMO. Sort of like the Drudge Report or RealClearPolitics for baseball.  One new series they have, which they are doing in collaboration with other bloggers apparently, is the "GM Trade History Series" which produces an excel spreadsheet showing the trades, signings, and draft picks made by each team's GM.  Neal Huntington's list just got posted.  It was apparently put together by a Pirates fans website named http://theburghblues.mlblogs.com/ .  Everyone should save a copy so, two years from now when we are screaming, "What idiot got us Erick Hacker and who did we give up for him?" we all have our handy-dandy references.  Maybe someone should go back in time and compile a similar spreadsheet for Dave Littlefield, but I suspect that pulling that together would push weaker soles to the brink of insanity......

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