Archive for January 2007

Original THT writer Bryan Smith returns with a guest piece highlighting his most likely headline-grabbers among prospects in 2007.

Bryan previews those lucky Cubs.

Bryan sits in an armchair with his crystal ball, recapping the winter that was … 2004-2005.

Three trades? Wasn’t the trade deadline more than a week ago? A managerial firing that didn’t include Larry Bowa? Another Phillie injury? These questions get answered in full detail in the latest Comings and Goings.

A triumphant return from the All-Star Break leaves Bryan to mull over Ken Williams, Crime Dog, and Terry Ryan.

Not a huge week in terms of transactions, but an extension and Namee prospect give us a good place to start. More on Freddy Garcia, Josh Willingham and many more in the latest installment.

A recap of the holiday weekend’s transactions include a managerial firing, two trades, and a batting champion’s return.

A slow week in the transaction market leads to the signing of Pedro Astacio as one of the week’s largest. Bryan has the dirty details in his latest installment.

A couple of big deals demand analysis, and Bryan looks at them from all the angles.

Bryan offers his take on the week’s transactions, which include a trade, an extension, a free agent signing, and a superstar’s return.

Bryan returns from Father’s Day Weekend to a glut of transactions, including a trade for the tabloids.

Bryan looks into the past to foresee the future for Zack Greinke.

Bryan weighs in on the weekend transactions, including a few namely returns.

Bryan returns by analyzing the week’s transactions that include the returns of Nomar, Wagner and Boomer.

Bryan’s second look at last week’s transactions, including a first-place team losing two big names.

Bryan takes a look at a week’s worth of transactions, including one man’s quest to join the 500 club.

Bryan examines the flaws of the major league draft and gives a few ideas for improving it.

Bryan reviews the weekend transactions, where some big names went down and some big prospects came up.

Bryan checks in on the weekend transactions, including a sign that the Expos might exist beyond 2004.

Bryan’s first look into the wide, unexposed world that is minor league baseball.