Found December 31, 2011 on Yahoo! Sports:
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Four years after trading Carlos Quentin from Arizona to the Chicago White Sox, new Padres general manager Josh Byrnes is bringing the All-Star outfielder back home to San Diego. Byrnes made his second bold move in two weeks when he acquired Quentin from the White Sox for two prospects Saturday. The trade is expected to bolster San Diego's anemic offense.
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