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https://plus.google.com/108257395485572574555 Serguei Tchepik : Could the Red Sox trade for Stephen Strasburg? At the least, it’s fun to think about. Let’s get this...
Could the Red Sox trade for Stephen Strasburg?

At the least, it’s fun to think about.
Let’s get this out of the way from the get go: Stephen Strasburg probably won’t end up as a member of the Red Sox Opening Day rotation in 2015, even after the Washington Nationals signed Max Scherzer to a contract for seven years worth enough money to buy 21 million copies of Click (only $9.92 on Amazon!). The Nationals currently boast six starters with Scherzer, Strasburg, Jordan Zimmermann, Gio Gonzalez, Doug Fister, and Tanner Roark; such a surplus would suggest that Nationals President of Baseball Operations Mike Rizzo should trade one of his hurlers for minor league talent and depth, as FOX Sports reported this past weekend.
Then came the report from John Perrotto of USA Today that suggested that the Nationals and Strasburg may be willing to move from each other. There are, however, plenty of reasons why the Nationals should not move on from the righty: Strasburg is still under team control for two more years, is only 26 years old at the start of the 2015 season, displays on a consistent basis the raw stuff that made him the number one overall pick in the 2009 draft, and has produced plenty over the last couple of years.
Strasburg is among the better pitchers in baseball. His 12 WAR (Baseball Reference) since coming into the league in 2010 places him among the 30 best pitchers in that time span, and that’s with time missed due to Tommy John surgery in the mix. At just age 26, Strasburg continues to have room for growth and improvement. In 2014, Strasburg posted his lowest walk rate ever and his highest WAR at 3.5.
Given Strasburg’s projection (using Steamer and ZiPS) as about a four-win player in 2015 and the amount of potential that the hurler has, there should be no players off the table. I mean, just watch this and try to stop yourself from salivating.

Should the Nationals “hypothetically” want to want to trade Strasburg (He does, after all, have the highest trade value among himself, Zimmermann and Fister and there have been whispers of issues with the current Nationals front office), general manager Ben Cherington would likely make the call to Rizzo to see what it would take. Rizzo likely “hypothetically” starts with Xander Bogaerts, Mookie Betts, or Blake Swihart.
Recent top-of-the-rotation-type pitchers that teams have traded include David Price, Jeff Samardzija and James Shields, but all three don’t fit Strasburg’s profile. Price was owed significantly more money, Samardzija wasn’t quite on the same level as Strasburg, and James Shields was older.
If we continue to scroll back further, however, we find a deal in relatively recent Red Sox history that could serve as precedent. It was, in fact, the first trade that Ben Cherington ever made as general manager.
Josh Beckett circa 2005 and Stephen Strasburg are pretty similar in many regards. Both players were highly-hyped high draft picks who made their major league debuts at the age of 21 and played major roles in the rises of their respective franchises. Statistically speaking, Strasburg and Beckett find themselves in similar places after their age 25 seasons. Through their first five seasons, Beckett posted a 118 ERA+, 10.7 WAR while Strasburg had a 128 ERA+ and 11.9 WAR. According to Baseball Reference’s similarity scores, Beckett is the tenth most similar pitcher to Strasburg through age 25.
In order to acquire the then 26-year-old Beckett, the Red Sox gave up a pretty significant haul of players: Hanley “All Things in Life Come Full Circle” Ramirez, Anibal Sanchez, Jesus Delgado and Harvey Garcia. In return, the team received Beckett, Mike Lowell (who was a salary dump at the time) and Guillermo Mota. In essence, the Red Sox traded away their top position player prospect, one of their top pitching prospects (Jon Lester and Jonathan Papelbon were ahead of Sanchez) and two lower level prospects.
In terms of top position players, the Red Sox have Bogaerts, Betts and Swihart. The top two pitching prospects the Red Sox possess are Henry Owens and Eduardo Rodriguez. Any deal for Strasburg centers around at least one player from each of these groups and that’s probably a conservative estimate. There isn’t a team in baseball that Strasburg wouldn’t make substantially better.
Strasburg is an electric pitcher with three elite pitches. Every fifth day, he’s one of the most exciting players in baseball because of that galvanic repertoire of pitches. Stephen Strasburg likely won’t get traded, and probably not to the Red Sox if he is, but it’s always fun to sit back and wonder.

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Could the Red Sox trade for Stephen Strasburg? - NewZwolf.com
At the least, it's fun to think about. Let's get this out of the way from the get go: Stephen Strasburg probably won't end up as a member of the Red Sox Opening Day rotation in 2015, even after the Washington Nationals signed Max Scherzer to a contract for seven years worth enough money to buy 21 million copies of Click (only $9.92 on Amazon!). The Nationals currently boast six starters with Scherzer, Strasburg, Jordan Zimmermann, Gio Gonzalez, D...
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https://plus.google.com/107944174744247290712 NEWZwolf.com : Could the Red Sox trade for Stephen Strasburg? At the least, it’s fun to think about. Let’s get this...
Could the Red Sox trade for Stephen Strasburg?

At the least, it’s fun to think about.
Let’s get this out of the way from the get go: Stephen Strasburg probably won’t end up as a member of the Red Sox Opening Day rotation in 2015, even after the Washington Nationals signed Max Scherzer to a contract for seven years worth enough money to buy 21 million copies of Click (only $9.92 on Amazon!). The Nationals currently boast six starters with Scherzer, Strasburg, Jordan Zimmermann, Gio Gonzalez, Doug Fister, and Tanner Roark; such a surplus would suggest that Nationals President of Baseball Operations Mike Rizzo should trade one of his hurlers for minor league talent and depth, as FOX Sports reported this past weekend.
Then came the report from John Perrotto of USA Today that suggested that the Nationals and Strasburg may be willing to move from each other. There are, however, plenty of reasons why the Nationals should not move on from the righty: Strasburg is still under team control for two more years, is only 26 years old at the start of the 2015 season, displays on a consistent basis the raw stuff that made him the number one overall pick in the 2009 draft, and has produced plenty over the last couple of years.
Strasburg is among the better pitchers in baseball. His 12 WAR (Baseball Reference) since coming into the league in 2010 places him among the 30 best pitchers in that time span, and that’s with time missed due to Tommy John surgery in the mix. At just age 26, Strasburg continues to have room for growth and improvement. In 2014, Strasburg posted his lowest walk rate ever and his highest WAR at 3.5.
Given Strasburg’s projection (using Steamer and ZiPS) as about a four-win player in 2015 and the amount of potential that the hurler has, there should be no players off the table. I mean, just watch this and try to stop yourself from salivating.

Should the Nationals “hypothetically” want to want to trade Strasburg (He does, after all, have the highest trade value among himself, Zimmermann and Fister and there have been whispers of issues with the current Nationals front office), general manager Ben Cherington would likely make the call to Rizzo to see what it would take. Rizzo likely “hypothetically” starts with Xander Bogaerts, Mookie Betts, or Blake Swihart.
Recent top-of-the-rotation-type pitchers that teams have traded include David Price, Jeff Samardzija and James Shields, but all three don’t fit Strasburg’s profile. Price was owed significantly more money, Samardzija wasn’t quite on the same level as Strasburg, and James Shields was older.
If we continue to scroll back further, however, we find a deal in relatively recent Red Sox history that could serve as precedent. It was, in fact, the first trade that Ben Cherington ever made as general manager.
Josh Beckett circa 2005 and Stephen Strasburg are pretty similar in many regards. Both players were highly-hyped high draft picks who made their major league debuts at the age of 21 and played major roles in the rises of their respective franchises. Statistically speaking, Strasburg and Beckett find themselves in similar places after their age 25 seasons. Through their first five seasons, Beckett posted a 118 ERA+, 10.7 WAR while Strasburg had a 128 ERA+ and 11.9 WAR. According to Baseball Reference’s similarity scores, Beckett is the tenth most similar pitcher to Strasburg through age 25.
In order to acquire the then 26-year-old Beckett, the Red Sox gave up a pretty significant haul of players: Hanley “All Things in Life Come Full Circle” Ramirez, Anibal Sanchez, Jesus Delgado and Harvey Garcia. In return, the team received Beckett, Mike Lowell (who was a salary dump at the time) and Guillermo Mota. In essence, the Red Sox traded away their top position player prospect, one of their top pitching prospects (Jon Lester and Jonathan Papelbon were ahead of Sanchez) and two lower level prospects.
In terms of top position players, the Red Sox have Bogaerts, Betts and Swihart. The top two pitching prospects the Red Sox possess are Henry Owens and Eduardo Rodriguez. Any deal for Strasburg centers around at least one player from each of these groups and that’s probably a conservative estimate. There isn’t a team in baseball that Strasburg wouldn’t make substantially better.
Strasburg is an electric pitcher with three elite pitches. Every fifth day, he’s one of the most exciting players in baseball because of that galvanic repertoire of pitches. Stephen Strasburg likely won’t get traded, and probably not to the Red Sox if he is, but it’s always fun to sit back and wonder.

#AmericanLeague, #Baseball, #Sports
Could the Red Sox trade for Stephen Strasburg? - NewZwolf.com
At the least, it's fun to think about. Let's get this out of the way from the get go: Stephen Strasburg probably won't end up as a member of the Red Sox Opening Day rotation in 2015, even after the Washington Nationals signed Max Scherzer to a contract for seven years worth enough money to buy 21 million copies of Click (only $9.92 on Amazon!). The Nationals currently boast six starters with Scherzer, Strasburg, Jordan Zimmermann, Gio Gonzalez, D...
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https://plus.google.com/106784767421791701179 Josh Beckett :

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https://plus.google.com/117027570842721699891 Josh Beckett :

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https://plus.google.com/118033302023097733616 Josh Beckett : These stupid policies remind me of so many places that I have worked, interviewed for work, or worked...
These stupid policies remind me of so many places that I have worked, interviewed for work, or worked on a project as a contractor.  I feel rather vindicated that I'm not the only one that feels this way about dumb policies.
Ten Stupid Rules That Drive Great Employees Away | Liz Ryan | LinkedIn

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https://plus.google.com/118033302023097733616 Josh Beckett : What is the outlook for the future of cyber-defenses? I was recently asked to comment on what I felt...
What is the outlook for the future of cyber-defenses?
I was recently asked to comment on what I felt the outlook was for cyber defensive initiatives into the next ten years.  One of the specific aspects of the question was if I felt there might be a serious global cyber incident that resulted in billions of do...
What is the outlook for the future of cyber-defenses?
I was recently asked to comment on what I felt the outlook was for cyber defensive initiatives into the next ten years.  One of the specific aspects of the question was if I felt there might be a serious global cyber incident...
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https://plus.google.com/109283490558980869014 The Sports Post : The Hall of Fame case for Josh Beckett:
The Hall of Fame case for Josh Beckett:
Is Josh Beckett a Hall-of-Famer?
Does the recently retired pitcher have a case to be in Cooperstown?
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https://plus.google.com/104624167056150993595 Mike Carlucci : Is Josh Beckett a Hall-of-Famer? When Apple co-founder Steve Jobs passed away in 2011, a biography ...
Is Josh Beckett a Hall-of-Famer?

When Apple co-founder Steve Jobs passed away in 2011, a biography was released and several biopics were put into production. One of the films, penned by wordsmith Aaron Sorkin, is set to unfold in three acts, focusing on the launch of the original Macintosh, NeXT, and the reveal of the iPod. Sorkin’s belief is that rather than telling an origin story following Jobs’ life and career, these three moments can be isolated to highlight his peaks. Likewise, Josh Beckett, who announced his retirement in October, had a career with three standout moments that will help to make his case for induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame and history.

 http://www.thesportspost.com/blogs/view/mlb-josh-beckett-hall-of-fame#Yd8ElYfUgvZOaQWl.99

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https://plus.google.com/114224148638116942295 Ye Los Angeles Time : Avast! Ye new tale be told, Josh Beckett confirms his season is over and he may retire, on yonder ww...
Avast! Ye new tale be told, Josh Beckett confirms his season is over and he may retire, on yonder www.yelosangelestimes.com
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https://plus.google.com/114224148638116942295 Ye Los Angeles Time : Avast! Ye new tale be told, Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly says Josh Beckett's season likely done, on...
Avast! Ye new tale be told, Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly says Josh Beckett's season likely done, on yonder www.yelosangelestimes.com
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https://plus.google.com/104085878383013274544 FanPole : Bumgarner pitched the World Series first shutout since Josh Beckett's series-clincher for Marlins against...
Bumgarner pitched the World Series first shutout since Josh Beckett's series-clincher for Marlins against the Yankee http://ow.ly/DnaHC
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With each instance of postseason dominance, Madison Bumgarner is moving higher and higher up the ladder of baseball’s most elite performers on t
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https://plus.google.com/115810550410967811150 Josh Beckett :

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https://plus.google.com/103833147478376412595 Jen Rainwater : Josh Beckett has, after much speculation on the part of the public and much internal consideration… ...
Josh Beckett has, after much speculation on the part of the public and much internal consideration…

Josh Beckett has, after much speculation on the part of the public and much internal consideration by Beckett, officially announced his retirement from baseball. Over the course of his 14-year career Beckett has been able to enjoy the kind of career most…

Josh Beckett has, after much speculation on the part of the public and much internal consideration by Beckett, officially announced his retirement from baseball. Over the course of his 14-year care...
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https://plus.google.com/116627422291108291730 Texas Sentunul : Thar's ben a noo artikle calt Josh Beckett says hes retiring rote ahn www.texassentinul.com http://j.mp...
Thar's ben a noo artikle calt Josh Beckett says hes retiring rote ahn www.texassentinul.com
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Josh Beckett sez hes retiryun' katie moses gogala | Texas Sentinul
Game 4 o't' Nashshunal Leegue Division Series un Tuesdee nite.Beckett, who wuz a Worl Series MVP at t'age o'23 an' threw a no-hitt'r May 25 at t'age o'34, pinnet t'deecishun un his'n heelth. He needs surgery ta repair a torn labrum n' his'n lef hip, wit MLB.com repertyun' t'surgery will take ...
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tEh Nw ArtIkLe (Josh Beckett confirms his season is over and he may retire) PuT N www.tehlosangelestimes.com #ClaytonKershaw, #JoshBeckett, #VinScully
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4 a dude who sai dude wasn't announcN anythN, Josh Beckett soune a lot like a dude ready 2 walk away. Teh Dodgerz rite-handr confirme dat teh hip injury dude suffea Aug. 7 will en dudez season, & possiblee, dudez carer. Beckett left open teh possibilitee f havN surgery & den returnN next season, ...
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https://plus.google.com/115810550410967811150 Josh Beckett :

Watch the video: lego video 6
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lego video 6. enjoy please subscribe,comment or leave a like for more.
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https://plus.google.com/115810550410967811150 Josh Beckett :

Watch the video: lego video 4
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lego video nuber 4 made in year 6. please subscribe, like or comment.
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https://plus.google.com/115810550410967811150 Josh Beckett :

Watch the video: lego video 3
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this is a lego video i made when i was in year 5. please sub comment or like for more
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https://plus.google.com/115810550410967811150 Josh Beckett :

Watch the video: lego video 2
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this is another lego animation i made when i was in year 5. please like, comment or sub for more videos.
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