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*March Thru History 2010*
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Dodgers - 2009 World Series Champions


The Dodgers scratched out a thrilling World Championship over the defending Champion Astros in seven terrific games. Three games were decided by one run, game 6 was a 13 inning pitching marathon, that ended with Michael Bourn's pinch hit game winning single. Game 7 was another one run victory for the Dodgers; Vernon wells drove in two runs with an 8th inning double off Billy Wagner to give the series to the Dodgers.

As they did all season, the Dodgers used their bullpen masterfully. MVP of the series goes to 3B Felipe Lopez who hit .346, with a .577 OBP and an outstanding 1.577 OPS. Lopez hit 2 HR, and 2 doubles and 1 triple in the series. Lyle Overbay led the hitting for the Astros with a .346 Avg.

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Harden whiffs 8 in 2-1 win

Rich Harden struckout 8 Seattle batters in a 2-1 win for the Athletics. | Box

Huge night for Dye carries Royals to victory

Jermaine Dye was on his game, knocking in 3 runs in Kansas City's 6-1 victory over the Rays. Dye also had 3 hits in the game. Shawn Hill was on fire, allowing just 1 hit over 7 innings for Kansas City. | Box

Braves fall to Giants despite Smoltz's efforts

John Smoltz whiffed 8 batters, but the Giants managed to beat the Braves, 4-1. | Box

Teixeira powers Yankees to win over Angels

Mark Teixeira blasted 2 homers, lifting the Yankees to a 6-4 win over Los Angeles. Laynce Nix of the Angels had 4 hits in the game. Ervin Santana struckout 8 New York batters in the contest. Pedro Martinez struckout 10 Los Angeles batters in the contest. | Box

Indians fail to follow Peralta's lead in loss

A big game from Jhonny Peralta couldn't lift the Indians to victory. Washington prevailed by a score of 5-4, despite 3 hits and 3 RBIs by Peralta. | Box

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

M. Jacobs, Mets .4214 HR10 RBI
P. Sandoval, Giants .4762 HR9 RBI
F. Lopez, Dodgers .4122 HR10 RBI
W. Pena, Reds .3754 HR6 RBI
M. Teixeira, Yankees .2734 HR6 RBI

Leaders: HR

W. Pena, Reds 30
M. Teixeira, Yankees 25
M. Jacobs, Mets 25
M. Upton Jr, Rays 22
P. Fielder, Brewers 22

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

M. Cuddyer, Twins 0 for 18 (.000)
D. Jeter, Yankees 4 for 22 (.182)
C. Utley, Phillies 4 for 23 (.174)
J. Vidro, Nationals 2 for 19 (.105)
I. Suzuki, Mariners 2 for 19 (.105)

Leaders: SO

K. Wood, Astros 152
P. Martinez, Yankees 133
B. Sheets, Rangers 132
J. Santana, Twins 128
M. Prior, Cubs 123
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WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

M. Jacobs, Mets .4214 HR10 RBI
P. Sandoval, Giants .4762 HR9 RBI
F. Lopez, Dodgers .4122 HR10 RBI
W. Pena, Reds .3754 HR6 RBI
M. Teixeira, Yankees .2734 HR6 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

M. Cuddyer, Twins 0 for 18 (.000)
D. Jeter, Yankees 4 for 22 (.182)
C. Utley, Phillies 4 for 23 (.174)
J. Vidro, Nationals 2 for 19 (.105)
I. Suzuki, Mariners 2 for 19 (.105)

Leaders: HR

W. Pena, Reds 30
M. Teixeira, Yankees 25
M. Jacobs, Mets 25
M. Upton Jr, Rays 22
P. Fielder, Brewers 22

Leaders: SO

K. Wood, Astros 152
P. Martinez, Yankees 133
B. Sheets, Rangers 132
J. Santana, Twins 128
M. Prior, Cubs 123
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Byung Hyun Kim - National League Cy Young


Byung Hyun Kim finished ahead of teammate Eric Gagne in the voting for the 2009 National League Cy Young award. The Dodgers' relief pitcher finished with an amazing 28 wins and 4 Saves. His 1.53 ERA, .72 WHIP, and 10.5 K/9 were instrumental in the Dodgers 2009 season.

Carlos Hernandez - American League Cy Young


Carlos Hernandez easily won the vote for the 2009 Cy Young award. Hernandez led the Astros with an impressive 27 wins. His 1.59 ERA and .79 WHIP led the American League.

Adrian Beltre - National League MVP


Adrian Beltre led the voting for National League MVP with 58% over Felipe Lopez. The Pirates Third Baseman led the team with 46 HR and 105 RBI. Beltre scored 107 runs with an impressive .301 Avg and .935 OPS

Mark Teixeira - American League MVP


With the voting tied between Mark Teixeira and Travis Hafner, Teixeira was awarded the American League MVP, based on a higher computer ranking. The Yankees First Baseman completed the season with an impressive sat line: .314 Avg, .999 OPS, 112 Runs, 44 HR, 135 RBI

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Rule 5 Draft Results

2008
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Matt Kata Diamondbacks to Pirates
Ryan Langerhans Braves to Nationals
Jorge Sosa Braves to Mets
Matt Wise Orioles to Mets
Pete Orr Redsox to Nationals
Frank Thomas Whitesox to A's
Ryan Shealy Rockies to Royals
Javier Lopez Rockies to Redsox
Chris Burke Astros to Diamondbacks
Chad Qualls Astros to Diamondbacks
Maicer Izturis Marlins to Angels
Xavier Nady Brewers to Pirates
Mike Adams Brewers to Padres
Jeff Bennett Brewers to Braves
Jacque Jones Twins to Tigers
Grant Balfour Twins to Rays
Gary Glover Yankees to Rays
Shannon Stewart Pirates to Blue Jays
Dan Wheeler Pirates to Rays
Moises Alou Giants to Mets
Chris Denorfia Giants to A's
Kiko Calero Cardinals to A's
Bobby Seay Rays to Tigers
Duaner Sanchez Rays to Mets
Frank Catalanotto Blue Jays to Rangers
Hideki Matsui Blue Jays to Yankees
Kevin Millwood Blue Jays to Rangers
Brandon Lyon blue Jays to Diamondbacks
David Bush Blue Jays to Brewers

2009
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Brandon Lyon Diamondbacks to Tigers
Cory Sullivan Rockies to Mets
Mike Burns Astros to Brewers
Sergio Mitre Astros to Yankees
Torri Hunter Twins to Angels
Nate McLouth Pirates to Braves
Scott Linebrink Padres to White Sox
Craig Breslow Mariners to A's
Rocco Baldelli Rays to Red Sox
Seth McLung Rays to Brewers
Oliver Perez Rays to Mets
Luis Ayala Nationals to Twins

2010
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Marcus Thames Tigers to Yankees
Dustin Moseley Angels to Yankees
Matt Lindstrom Marlins to Astros
Boof Bonser Twins to A's
Chris Denorfia A's to Padres
Santiago Casilla A's to Giants
Jason Michaels Phillies to Astros
Brad Eldred Pirates to Rockies
Elmer Dessens Pirates to Mets
Kameron Loe Rangers to Brewers

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