Found November 03, 2011 on
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Short piece in USA Today yesterday mentioned the infielder moves that they believe will happen this offseason. The bad news is that they predict the Dodgers won't get Albert Pujols (who will return to St. Louis) nor Prince Fielder (who will end up with the Cubs). The worse news is that according to their chart, we'll end up swapping out Jamey "Admiral Ackbar" Carroll for Kelly Johnson of the Bluejays:
Ranking the free agent infielders
8. Jamey Carroll, IF. Prediction: From Dodgers to White Sox; Lots of questions in the White Sox infield.
12. Kelly Johnson, 2B. Prediction: From Blue Jays to Dodgers; A younger version of recent Los Angeles gambles at second.
I'm still holding out hope for Albert.
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NEW YORK (AP) - Baseball's free-agent signing season began Thursday with Albert Pujols, Prince Fielder, Jose Reyes, Carlos Beltran and Aramis Ramirez all available in a market far stronger on hitting than starting pitching.C.J. Wilson, Mark Buehrle, Roy Oswalt, Edwin Jackson and Hiroki Kuroda topped the list of free-agent starters, ...
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