GM Trade Histories: NL West

Today Brendan Bianowicz updates the GM Trade History series for the NL West.  You can download the info-packed Excel spreadsheets below.


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  1. Brendan: You have the patience of a saint, and do amazing work.

  2. Brendan: You have the patience of a saint, and do amazing work.

  3. jdub220 5 years ago

    These spreadsheets are fantastic. Thank you.

  4. jdub220 5 years ago

    These spreadsheets are fantastic. Thank you.

  5. Hate to be “that guy” Brendan, but you have Baker listed as Sabean’s manager in NY when it should have been Torre.

    I love the History’s though. Can’t wait to see the AL East!

  6. Hate to be “that guy” Brendan, but you have Baker listed as Sabean’s manager in NY when it should have been Torre.

    I love the History’s though. Can’t wait to see the AL East!

  7. bharsh 5 years ago

    GM FAIL = Brian Sabian

  8. bharsh 5 years ago

    GM FAIL = Brian Sabian

  9. bharsh 5 years ago

    GM FAIL = Brian Sabian

  10. bharsh 5 years ago

    GM FAIL = Brian Sabian

  11. Nice job, thanks!

    I would also suggest adding the following to the list of draft picks (some because you included Dan Ortmeier, a relatively blah prospect and performer/contributor in the overall scheme):

    * Nate Schierholtz
    * Travis Ishikawa
    * Emmanuel Burriss
    * John Bowker
    * Jeremy Accardo
    * Jonathan Sanchez
    * Tim Alderson (since you included Scott Barnes)
    * Sergio Romo (since you included Dan Runzler)
    * Roger Kieschnick (since you included Conor Gillaspie)
    * Brandon Crawford (since you included Conor Gillaspie)
    * Brian Buscher (been on/off starter for Twins last couple of years)
    * Patrick Misch (was starter for Mets in 2009)
    * Jesse Foppert? (since you included Todd Linden)
    * Jack Taschner?
    * Jon Coutlangus?
    * Brian Burres?

    In addition, for the signings, why aren’t international signings like Pablo Sandoval, Pedro Feliz, and Francisco Liriano not included?

    Thanks again.

  12. Nice job, thanks!

    I would also suggest adding the following to the list of draft picks (some because you included Dan Ortmeier, a relatively blah prospect and performer/contributor in the overall scheme):

    * Nate Schierholtz
    * Travis Ishikawa
    * Emmanuel Burriss
    * John Bowker
    * Jeremy Accardo
    * Jonathan Sanchez
    * Tim Alderson (since you included Scott Barnes)
    * Sergio Romo (since you included Dan Runzler)
    * Roger Kieschnick (since you included Conor Gillaspie)
    * Brandon Crawford (since you included Conor Gillaspie)
    * Brian Buscher (been on/off starter for Twins last couple of years)
    * Patrick Misch (was starter for Mets in 2009)
    * Jesse Foppert? (since you included Todd Linden)
    * Jack Taschner?
    * Jon Coutlangus?
    * Brian Burres?

    In addition, for the signings, why aren’t international signings like Pablo Sandoval, Pedro Feliz, and Francisco Liriano not included?

    Thanks again.

  13. Considering all the negative emails I’ve seen about him, Colletti has a pretty strong track record. None of his trades have really given up anyone of significance to the Dodgers – they haven’t missed Navarro or Izturis, while getting some solid players that helped contribute – Manny, Maddux, Marlon Anderson. The only one the jury is still out right now is Santana, and Casey Blake has already made strong contributions in that trade. Getting rid of Bradley for Ethier has to be one of his best.

    • sarcastro9 5 years ago

      And even if Santana lives up to the hype, that’s on McCourt- the Indians were willing to take a lesser prospect, but Frankie M. really needed that extra $2 million. For what, one can only imagine, but you certainly can’t blame that one on the divorce…

    • Guest 5 years ago

      I really did not like Colletti but he is a lot better than most give him credit for. Now that its obvious McCourt had a huge hand in the Blake/Santana deal, Andruw Jones deal, and has the backloaded deals that will hurt the Dodgers in the next few years, I feel bad for trashing Neddy. If the team is sold within the next year or so I hope they keep Ned, so we can see what he can do without a jerk owner. Oh and drafting will be better, spending the least on players and not signing any international FA.. the system is decent and that is amazing.

  14. Great info!!!

  15. Daniel Zappala 5 years ago

    You have the Dodgers trading FOR Juan Pierre, instead of sending him to the White Sox.

  16. longtimepadrefan 5 years ago

    For GM Towers, you forgot the Scot Hairston trade to Oakland. That is where Padres got 3 minor league pitchers (one of those was Ryan Webb).

  17. longtimepadrefan 5 years ago

    For GM Towers, you forgot the Scot Hairston trade to Oakland. That is where Padres got 3 minor league pitchers (one of those was Ryan Webb).

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