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Blue Jays Finish On Top Of Roster Study

Matt Eddy -

On the strength of players signed in the 1990s, the Blue Jays comfortably led the field with nearly 90 seasons produced since 1995. Among its leaders, Toronto retained the services of ace righthander Roy Halladay and center fielder Vernon Wells, but traded shortstops Michael Young (for Esteban Loaiza) and Cesar Izturis (for Luke Prokopec) along the way and lost outfielder Jay Gibbons to the Rule 5 Draft.

Majors | #2007#Season Preview

Astros, Nats Make Minor Deal

Jim Callis -

The Astros wanted some catching depth in the upper minors, while the Nationals looked to add some middle-infield help at the same level. So the teams hooked up for a small trade on Monday, with Houston acquiring Danny Ardoin and Washington picking up Wade Robinson.

Majors | #2007#Trade Central

Dodgers Add Clark To Outfield

Jim Callis -

With Jason Repko lost indefinitely with a hamstring injury that may require surgery, the Dodgers needed a righthanded hitter capable of playing all three outfield spots. They found one Monday, getting Brady Clark from the Brewers in a deal for Elmer Dessens. Milwaukee also gave Los Angeles $2.1 million to cover the difference in salaries between Clark ($3.8 million) and Dessens ($1.7 million).

Majors | #2007#Trade Central