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Red Sox Organization Report

John Tomase -Premium Content

Few have followed a stranger path to the upper levels of the minor leagues than Devern Hansack. The 28-year-old Nicaraguan righthander hadn't pitched in the states in three years when Red Sox executive Craig Shipley spotted him at a tournament in Holland late last fall. Shipley liked Hansack's live arm and, since he would come cheaply as a minor league free agent, the Red Sox took a flier and signed him in December.

Majors | #2006#Boston Red Sox#Organization Reports

Braves Organization Report

Bill Ballew -Premium Content

It is only appropriate that in his 50th year with the Braves, Paul Snyder has made yet another major impact on the organization. After announcing his retirement as Atlanta's director of scouting and player development in 1999 because of health reasons, the 70-year-old Snyder is back as the Braves' farm director. Snyder replaced Dayton Moore, who became the Royals' general manager May 31.

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Playoff Shoo-In Mets Continue To Deal

Jim Callis -

Owners of a 13 1/2-game lead in the National League East, the Mets have all but clinched a playoff berth. But with Xavier Nady traded to the Mets, Cliff Floyd hurt yet again and megaprospect Lastings Milledge still trying to figure the big leagues out, New York needed help on the outfield corners. So the Mets addressed that problem on Tuesday, getting Shawn Green from the Diamondbacks for Triple-A lefthander Evan MacLane. Arizona also kicked in $6.3 million, slightly less than half the remaining value of Green's contract.

Majors | #2006#Trade Central

Trap’s View

Paul Trap's latest cartoon comments on the National League's inability to compete with the American League in recent years.

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Tigers Replace Polanco With Perez

Jim Callis -

The Tigers have sought infield depth since starting second baseman Placido Polanco separated his shoulder diving for a liner on Tuesday, sidelining him for at least a month. Detroit explored a few options before making a move on Sunday, getting Neifi Perez from the Cubs for Class A catcher Chris Robinson.

Majors | #2006#Trade Central

Phillies, Mariners Change Directions

Jim Callis -

The Phillies have charged back into the National League wild-card race, while the Mariners have fallen hopelessly out of contention in the American League West. So on Saturday, the teams made a trade reflecting their new status. Philadelphia obtained Jamie Moyer from Seattle in exchange for Class A pitching prospects Andrew Baldwin and Andrew Barb. The Mariners also contributed cash toward the remainder of Moyer's $5.5 million salary for 2006.

Majors | #2006#Trade Central

Reds Trade For Fourth Southpaw

Jim Callis -

The Reds continue to lead the National League wild-card race, and general manager Wayne Krivsky continues to acquire lefthanded relievers. Following previous deals for Eddie Guardado, Bill Bray and Rheal Cormier, Cincinnati traded for Scott Schoeneweis on Wednesday. The Blue Jays will receive either a player to be named or cash.

Majors | #2006#Trade Central