Traded : inside the most lopsided trades in baseball history / Doug Decatur.
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- ISBN: 9780879464127 (pbk.)
- Physical Description: 189 pages ; 23cm
- Publisher: Skokie, IL : ACTA Sports, 2009.
|General Note:|| Few topics in baseball elicit the same passionate responses from fans as player trades. In attempt to bring some objectivity to such an emotional topic, Doug Decatur, a former statistical consultant for the Reds, Brewers, Cubs and Astros, uses Win Shares, a stat developed by the famous Bill James, to determine the best and worst trades in baseball history. He also provides red flags to look for when evaluating future trades.
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