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  • dominik
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    Originally posted by redban View Post
    What about Jose Bautista for a player to be named later. (the player later named "Robinzon Díaz")

    Trade occurred in August 2008. Bautista became a slugger in 2010. Do you give Pirates a pass because no one knew Bautista would become so good?
    Definitely a pass. Bautista was 27 and never did anything. Too old for a prospect and hadn't showed skills yet. Nobody could have seen this breakout coming.

    I wonder how the archer trade will turn out. Glasnow and meadows looked like failed prospects in Pittsburgh but they had a really good start this year with Tampa. Especially glasnow seems to have overcome his control issues. Archer had a good start this year too.

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  • redban
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    What about Jose Bautista for a player to be named later. (the player later named "Robinzon Díaz")

    Trade occurred in August 2008. Bautista became a slugger in 2010. Do you give Pirates a pass because no one knew Bautista would become so good?

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  • What were some of the worst Pirate trades in their history?

    The first one I think of is Aramis Ramirez to the Cubs for basically used baseballs if I recall.

    Didn't we trade Willie Randolph for Doc Medich? That worked out much better for the Yankees than us.

    Moises Alou for Zane Smith wasn't a long-term trade victory either.

    Others?

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