Found December 26, 2011 on BAseball Reality Tour:
The final days of December are just a bit past the midpoint of baseball's hot stove season. Many big purchases have been made, while a few marquee prizes still shine in the sales brochures produced by their agents. This season, Prince Fielder, Ryan Madson, Edwin Jackson, among others, will make many millions of dollars after Christmas.Instead of the usual guessing game as to who will end up where, let's take a quick look back at the 2011 season. Which players changing teams added the most to their clubs?For this exercise, we are using our old standby of avWAR, or Average Wins Above Replacement from Baseball-Reference and Fangraphs. It should go without saying, Wins Above Replacement does not tell us the whole story. Unfortunately, the comment section will every so often contain a comment stating that, so I guess the disclaimer can't hurt. For the record, no one statistic tells the whole story. That's the point. More information is better. We could rank batters by Hit...
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