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By Tanner Shurtz - AngelsWin.com Columnist On July 25, 2010 Tony Reagins made a trade with the Diamondbacks interim General Manager Jerry Dipoto. The trade was Dan Haren for Joe Saunders, Patrick Corbin, Rafael Rodríguez, and a PTBNL (Tyler Skaggs), Haren was under contract for 2011 and 2012 at $12.75MM per season with a club option for 2013 of $15.5MM ($3.5MM buyout), while Saunders was arbitration eligible for the 2011 season and a free agent after that. Haren started 78 times, averaging an ERA of 3.45, struck out 409 batters while only walking 102 which is about a 4 KK/BB ratio.  Haren threw 509 innings and posted a record of 33-27, though he missed time in 2012 with a back injury. After coming over to the Angels, he provided a necessary jolt into the rotation, going 5-4 with a 2.87 ERA in 14 starts and 94 IP. His 2011 season was his best since 2009, where he posted a record of 14-10 record, a 3.14 ERA, 229.1 IP, and lead the league in WHIP and K/BB (1.00;5.87) while finishing...
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