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    Which team wins this trade?

    Team A gets T. Helton, L. Castillo, Mi. Sweeney, D. Turnbow

    Team B gets M. Teixeira, C. Beltrán, Fr. Rodríguez

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    Re: Which team wins this trade?

    Team 2. Not close as far as I'm concerned.

    Teixeira is a stud and will continue to be.

    I think Beltran is in for a big 2nd half, and have tried to acquire him in several leagues.

    K-Rod is better than Turnbow by quite a large margin.
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    Re: Which team wins this trade?

    B, they get the two best players.

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    Re: Which team wins this trade?

    I think it is pretty even. But if I had to choose I would take B as well.

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    Re: Which team wins this trade?

    Team 2 by far sweeney and castillo are not good, Beltran is decent but not a star but decent and is the weak link on team 2 of trade. Team 2 pulls a brinks job in this trade.

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    Re: Which team wins this trade?

    Team B. Although I think it may be a closer trade than others. When healthy Sweeny is a good first baseman and if he played at coors would be neck and neck with texiera short term. Texiera indeed will be a stud for years to come. Turnbow is one of those guys who may or may not close after this year and krod is there to stay. I personally think Beltran is a good player but not the everyday player we saw in the playoffs last year. Once healthy he will prolly have a similar streak at the end of the season.


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