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    Making sense of it all Matt700wlw's Avatar
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    Santos traded to Baltimore

    According to Nuxhall, Victor Santos has been traded to the Orioles for cash.

    I have not seen anything official as of yet
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    Re: Santos traded?

    trent has it on his blog Matt

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    Re: Santos traded?

    Quote Originally Posted by redsfan4445 View Post
    trent has it on his blog Matt
    Cool!

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    Re: Santos traded to Baltimore

    They couldn't get Markakis for him?
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    Re: Santos traded to Baltimore

    The Victor Santos era has come to an end in Cincinnati, but redsupport will always remember his spring training.
    "Since I've been with the Reds in 1989, we've never had a farm system this loaded," Bowden said. "If we were the New York Yankees and had unlimited dollars, we could have traded for Colon, (Jeff) Weaver, Rolen, (Cliff) Floyd, (Kenny) Rogers and Finley and gotten them all -- and still held onto our top five prospects. That's an amazing statement."

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    This is even less shocking than discovering that a professional wrestler took steroids and had brain damage. It was easily predictable even after his spring training.
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    Re: Santos traded to Baltimore

    I'm just trying to figure out what Baltimore thinks they can do with Santos. Have they been hit by pitching injuries?
    I know their pitching is downright terrible - but you don't turn to Victor Santos for an upgrade...do you?

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    Re: Santos traded to Baltimore

    Santos is absolutely no loss. I can't beleive that Baltimore wants our 15 or 16th best pitcher....ouch.
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    Re: Santos traded to Baltimore

    Pile O Cash..solid
    Go Gators!

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    Re: Santos traded to Baltimore

    I guess when you give up 30 in a game, you are willing to try anything. Best of luck to Victor Santos.
    Small market fan... always hoping, but never expecting.

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    Re: Santos traded to Baltimore

    Quote Originally Posted by MrCinatit View Post
    I'm just trying to figure out what Baltimore thinks they can do with Santos. Have they been hit by pitching injuries?
    I know their pitching is downright terrible - but you don't turn to Victor Santos for an upgrade...do you?
    In the O's bullpen, YES, he's an absolute upgrade. That's why their bullpen is historically bad

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    Re: Santos traded to Baltimore

    Quote Originally Posted by MrCinatit View Post
    I'm just trying to figure out what Baltimore thinks they can do with Santos. Have they been hit by pitching injuries?
    I know their pitching is downright terrible - but you don't turn to Victor Santos for an upgrade...do you?
    They just need anyone who can give them some innings. Their starters are all getting knocked out of the game after 2-4 innings almost every day.
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    Re: Santos traded to Baltimore

    Put up another one in the win column for Wayne Krivsky. It's another great trade. Here's a subjective view at Krivsky's trading history:

    GOOD
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    GONE			TEAM		RECEIVED
    Jason LaRue		Royals		PTBNL/cash
    cash
    
    Chad Moeller		Dodgers		cash
    
    Javon Moran		Phillies	Jeff Conine
    Brad Key
    
    Jeff Conine		Mets		Jose Castro
    					Sean Henry
    
    Victor Santos		Orioles		cash
    
    Russ Haltiwanger	Royals		Jeff Keppinger
    
    Carlos Piste		Marlins		Ryan Jorgensen
    
    Brian Shackelford	Devil Rays	Jorge Cantu
    Calvin Medlock				Shaun Cumberland
    					cash
    
    cash			Cubs		Josh Hamilton
    
    Timo Perez		Cardinals	cash
    
    Wily Mo Pena		Red Sox		Bronson Arroyo
    					cash
    
    Bobby Basham		Padres		David Ross
    
    Jeff Stevens		Indians		Brandon Phillips
    
    Ben Kozlowski		Dodgers		Cody Ross
    
    Cody Ross		Marlins		cash
    
    Dave Williams		Mets		Robert Manuel
    cash
    
    Kyle Edens		Angels		Esteban Yan
    					cash
    
    Travis Chick		Mariners	Eddie Guardado
    					cash
    
    Austin Kearns		Nationals	Gary Majewski
    Felipe Lopez				Bill Bray
    Ryan Wagner				Royce Clayton
    					Brendan Harris
    					Daryl Thompson
    
    Zach Ward		Twins		Kyle Lohse
    
    Kyle Lohse		Phillies	Matt Maloney
    
    Zac Stott		Phillies	Ryan Franklin
    					cash
    
    cash			Indians		Todd Hollandsworth
    
    Trevor Lawhorn		Blue Jays	Scott Schoeneweis
    					cash
    
    Mike Burns		Red Sox		Tim Bausher
    					cash
    
    future considerations	Rockies		Sun-Woo Kim
    					cash
    BAD
    Code:
    GONE			TEAM		RECEIVED
    Brendan Harris		Devil Rays	cash
    
    Julio Manon		Athletics	Kirk Saarloos
    David Shafer				Dan Denham
    
    Brandon Roberts		Twins		Juan Castro
    
    Justin Germano		Phillies	Rheal Cormier
    WASH/TBD
    Code:
    GONE			TEAM		RECEIVED
    future considerations	Rockies		Gabriel Suarez
    
    Jon George		Rockies		future considerations
    
    PTBNL			Cubs		Buck Coats
    
    Chris Denorfia		Athletics	Marcus McBeth
    					Ben Jukich
    
    Abe Woody		Diamondbacks	Jerry Gil
    His record, in my opinion: 26-4-5

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    Re: Santos traded to Baltimore

    Quote Originally Posted by camisadelgolf View Post
    Put up another one in the win column for Wayne Krivsky. It's another great trade.
    Yeah, I'm sure the huge windfall will alter the path of the franchise.

    I do agree that getting anything for a guy whose season was over and basically was done in the organization is a nice salvage value move. But Great Trade???????
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    Re: Santos traded to Baltimore

    Quote Originally Posted by mth123 View Post
    Yeah, I'm sure the huge windfall will alter the path of the franchise.

    I do agree that getting anything for a guy whose season was over and basically was done in the organization is a nice salvage value move. But Great Trade???????
    I quess after "The Trade" anything looks pretty good.


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