Found May 09, 2013 on FF Locker Room:
The Baltimore Orioles and Kansas City Royals have agreed to trade third baseman Brandon Wood from the Royals to the Orioles for cash considerations. Wood will be assigned to their Triple-A Norfolk minor league affiliate. Once considered a top prospect with the Los Angeles Angels, Wood has struggled and now finds himself fighting to stay in the game. The post Baltimore Orioles Acquire Brandon Wood From Kansas City Royals appeared first on FFLockerRoom | NFL News | MLB News | NBA News | NHL News | Fantasy |.

What is the worst Ned Yost decision of 2013? (poll)

by John Viril— Ned Yost has made some terrible decisions as manager of the Kansas City Royals in 2013. We at The Viril View would like to hear your opinion about which was the worst. Note: There is a poll embedded within this post, please visit the site to participate in this post's poll. The post What is the worst Ned Yost decision of 2013? (poll) appeared first on On the...

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