Found December 16, 2012 on
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A week ago, I was one of many who criticized the Royals decision to trade a package of young talent — including Wil Myers, one of the best offensive prospects in the game — for James Shields, even though I’m a big fan of his and I think he’s likely to provide a significant upgrade to Kansas City’...
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The Toronto Blue Jays and New York Mets are close to agreeing on a trade that could send Cy Young award winner R.A. Dickey to Toronto for a couple of yet to be defined players, according to major league sources.
The speculation and buzz is pointing to Antony Gose and J.P. Arencibia.
Outfield prospect Anthony Gose who batted .222 with a .622 OPS in 166 at-bats with 59 strikeouts...
The pending trade between the New York Mets and Toronto Blue Jays has people buzzing. Opinions have been bandied about everywhere. While one more voice on the subject might get lost in the cacophony, here is the Fan's take on the deal as it stands in the rumor mill. The deal, if completed, makes the Blue Jays a mighty tough team in the American League East and an instant darling...
The Toronto Blue Jays have set out to completely remake their team this offseason. They have added Maicer Izturis and Melky Cabrera through free agency. They have acquired Esmil Rogers via trade from the Indians. They executed a much bigger trade with the Marlins, as I am sure you have heard, adding Josh Johnson and Mark Buehrle, infielders Jose Reyes (an all star) and Emlio Bonifacio...
Wil Myers On December 9th, the Tampa Bay Rays and Kansas City Royals swung a trade involving some notable players. In the late evening, starting pitchers James Shields and Wade Davis were dealt to K.C. for outfielder Wil Myers, pitchers Jake Odorizzi and Mike Montgomery, and third baseman Patrick Leonard. The move added depth to a Royal starting rotation that appears to be...
The Toronto Blue Jays look like the probable landing place for the reigning National League Cy Young award winner. The Blue Jays have been interested in R.A. Dickey all offseason, and it seems they may step up to the plate and offer the New York Mets what they want in order deal Dickey.
According to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, the Mets will likely receive Travis D'Arnaud...
The Toronto Blue Jays and New York Mets have tenatively agreed to a trade that would send RA Dickey from New York to Toronto, continuing a transformation of a Blue Jays team that won just 73 games this past season. Adding Dickey would complete a full-blown turnover of the Jays rotation, with Brandon Morrow, JA Happ, and Ricky Romero as the only holdovers from last year. Aside from...
The New York Mets and Toronto Blue Jays have agreed to the parameters of a seven or eight player deal that would send reigning National League Cy Young award winner R.A. Dickey to the Toronto Blue Jays for a package of players. Details have emerged as to which prospects would be included in the deal.
The Mets would trade Dickey, catcher Josh Thole and an unnamed “non-elite” prospect...
It sounds more and more likely that this Travis d'Arnaud for R.A. Dickey trade is going to happen.d'Arnaud: power and a strong armTravis d'Arnaud is a top quality prospect, and the Mets fans should be pleased to land him, provided they don't have to give up much more than Dickey to get him.Before tearing his posterior cruciate ligament this past June, Travis d'...
As the Toronto Blue Jays continue their makeover from cellar dweller to top tier contender, the next target appears to be R.A. Dickey, who is the reigning National League Cy Young winner the New York Mets are expected to trade. After failing to come close enough to being able to reach an agreement on a two year contract extension, the Mets may be forced to trade Dickey, with the...
There has been a lot of back and forth the last few days between the New York Mets and Toronto Blue Jays and many days of names being tossed around in the media. The main piece in the deal is 2012 Cy Young Award winner R. A. Dickey. A couple...
So, it seems as if the Toronto Blue Jays might have gotten their man in R.A. Dickey. The Jays gave up a very prized prospect in catcher Travis d’Arnaud to land Dickey in the Great White North, but was it worth it? The Jays appear to have mortgaged their future for right now and in [...]
The baseball hot stove is heating up, and it's not simply the result of free agent signings. This week we saw two blue chip prospects dealt. The Royals sent Wil Myers, Jake Odorizzi, Mike Montgomery and Patrick Leonard to the Rays for James Shields and Wade Davis on Sunday. On Tuesday, the Indians were busy orchestrating a three team trade that saw them first send Shin-Soo Choo...