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MLBTR Originals: 5/15/11 - 5/21/11

A look back at the original posts published this week at MLBTR ...

  • Tim Dierkes looks at the Cardinals', Brewers' and Yankees' 2012 contract issues.
  • If you don't know the Bradleys in the upcoming draft, Tim gets you up to speed.
  • What will happen if the D'Backs and Pirates become sellers? Tim looks into it.
  • With roughly one-quarter of the season in the can, Tim writes up the best performers among position players and pitchers of this offseason's impending free-agent class.
  • Sergio Santos' rise from obscurity to White Sox closer is recounted by Ben Nicholson-Smith.
  • Ben breaks down the variety of ways to use MLBTR.
  • Ben examines the service time implications of Danny Duffy's callup.
  • The Amateur Draft Glossary is ready. Learn it and love it!
  • Jaime Garcia could be in for a big pay day via arbitration, writes Ben.
  • An update on the 13 players we identified as facing make-or-break seasons in the spring.
  • A handful of players who were non-tendered in the offseason are playing well, writes Ben, but fewer waiver claims are getting it done.
  • Howard Megdal compares Jose Bautista's sudden prominence to that of Roger Maris.
  • Ben lists the links to our Facebook, Twitter and RSS feeds for each club.
  • Jason Giambi's three-homer game prompts Ben to give a rundown of the oldest players in MLB.
  • Interleague Play resumed this weekend, and Ben has a look at this offseason's top players who switched leagues.
  • What will a "bad" season (by his standards) mean for Albert Pujols as he draws nearer to free agency? Mark Polishuk examines.








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