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  1. Aging Beltran gets risky 3-year deal

    Keith Law

    The New York Yankees' deals with Jacoby Ellsbury and Brian McCann both made a lot of sense -- premium players still in their prime years at premium positions with positive defensive value. If you're going to go bananas in free agency, with money or y...

    Blog | December 06, 2013
  2. Quentin a mediocre fit in San Diego

    The White Sox shed some salary they didn't need and got two useful minor league arms, while the Padres got one year of a player whose skills align poorly with their home ballpark. Carlos Quentin is a poor defensive outfielder who has great se...

    Blog | December 31, 2011
  3. MLB -- Chicago White Sox do well in dumping Carlos Quentin

    Keith Law

    Keith Law examines the Carlos Quentin trade and explains why the White Sox got more than just salary space in return for the outfielder, who seems like a poor fit in the confines of San Diego's spacious park.

    Blog | Conversation | December 31, 2011
  4. ESPN The Magazine MLB '09 Preview: Running Down Defensive Efficie...

    Buster Olney (AL) and Tim Kurkjian (NL)

    Early baseball gloves were designed to knock the ball down, not catch it.

    Story | Conversation | March 31, 2009
  5. ESPN The Magazine MLB '09 Preview: Running Down Defensive Efficie...

    Buster Olney (AL) and Tim Kurkjian (NL)

    Early baseball gloves were designed to knock the ball down, not catch it.

    Story | Conversation | March 31, 2009
  6. ESPN The Magazine MLB '09 Preview: Running Down Defensive Efficie...

    Buster Olney (AL) and Tim Kurkjian (NL)

    Early baseball gloves were designed to knock the ball down, not catch it.

    Story | Conversation | March 31, 2009
  7. ESPN The Magazine MLB '09 Preview: Running Down Defensive Efficie...

    Buster Olney (AL) and Tim Kurkjian (NL)

    Early baseball gloves were designed to knock the ball down, not catch it.

    Story | Conversation | March 31, 2009
  8. ESPN The Magazine MLB '09 Preview: Running Down Defensive Efficie...

    Buster Olney (AL) and Tim Kurkjian (NL)

    Early baseball gloves were designed to knock the ball down, not catch it.

    Story | Conversation | March 31, 2009
  9. ESPN The Magazine MLB '09 Preview: Running Down Defensive Efficie...

    Buster Olney (AL) and Tim Kurkjian (NL)

    Early baseball gloves were designed to knock the ball down, not catch it.

    Story | Conversation | March 31, 2009
  10. ESPN The Magazine MLB '09 Preview: Running Down Defensive Efficie...

    Buster Olney (AL) and Tim Kurkjian (NL)

    Early baseball gloves were designed to knock the ball down, not catch it.

    Story | Conversation | March 31, 2009
  11. ESPN The Magazine MLB '09 Preview: Running Down Defensive Efficie...

    Buster Olney (AL) and Tim Kurkjian (NL)

    Early baseball gloves were designed to knock the ball down, not catch it.

    Story | Conversation | March 31, 2009
  12. ESPN The Magazine MLB '09 Preview: Running Down Defensive Efficie...

    Buster Olney (AL) and Tim Kurkjian (NL)

    Early baseball gloves were designed to knock the ball down, not catch it.

    Story | Conversation | March 31, 2009
  13. ESPN The Magazine MLB '09 Preview: Running Down Defensive Efficie...

    Buster Olney (AL) and Tim Kurkjian (NL)

    Early baseball gloves were designed to knock the ball down, not catch it.

    Story | Conversation | March 31, 2009
  14. ESPN The Magazine MLB '09 Preview: Running Down Defensive Efficie...

    Buster Olney (AL) and Tim Kurkjian (NL)

    Early baseball gloves were designed to knock the ball down, not catch it.

    Story | Conversation | March 31, 2009
  15. ESPN The Magazine MLB '09 Preview: Running Down Defensive Efficie...

    Buster Olney (AL) and Tim Kurkjian (NL)

    Early baseball gloves were designed to knock the ball down, not catch it.

    Story | Conversation | March 31, 2009
  16. ESPN The Magazine MLB '09 Preview: Running Down Defensive Efficie...

    Buster Olney (AL) and Tim Kurkjian (NL)

    Early baseball gloves were designed to knock the ball down, not catch it.

    Story | Conversation | March 31, 2009