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Not Done Dealing: Marlins Trade Uggla To Braves

Matt Eddy -

The Marlins' Dan Uggla hit a career-high 33 home runs in 2010, becoming the first second baseman in history to go deep 30 or more times in four straight seasons. But a negotiating impasse spurred Florida to trade Uggla to the Braves for utilityman Omar Infante and lefthanded reliever Mike Dunn.

Majors | #2010#Trade Central

Giants Pitch Their Way Into History

Tracy Ringolsby -

Once the Giants put the Barry Bonds era behind them and focused on building a foundation from within instead of signing aged free agents, general manager Brian Sabean and his staff were able to focus on what they do best: finding and developing strong-armed talent.

Majors | #2010#Column

Jays Draft Runs Deep With Pitching

Larry Millson -Premium Content

One of the first steps taken by Alex Anthopoulos when he became general manager a year ago was to double the scouting staff.<br/>His philosophy was to rebuild the organization through scouting and player development. The result in the 2010 draft was a yield of promising young pitching arms, particularly from high school, an area the organization had not scouted closely in recent years.

Majors | #2010#Organization Reports#Toronto Blue Jays

Mariners Give Ackley The Green Light

John Hickey -Premium Content

It's going to be difficult for the Mariners not to give Dustin Ackley a chance to make the 2011 big league roster in spring training. Ackley needed a year to learn a new position, second base, after being the second player taken in the 2009 draft. And it took a bit for him to hit as expected while doing that. But if results from the first 52 Arizona Fall League at-bats are any indication, he's got it down.<br/>

Majors | #2010#Organization Reports#Seattle Mariners