March Through History: 2006

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Woodard makes history, tosses no-hitter

Woodard made history for the Reds last night, tossing a no-hitter against the Padres. Cincinnati won by a score of 5-0. | Box

Big game for Rivas lifts Rangers to victory

Luis Rivas drove in 4 runs, carrying Texas to a 13-4 victory over the Twins. | Box

Diamondbacks fall to Giants despite Liriano's efforts

Francisco Liriano whiffed 8 batters, but the Giants managed to beat the Diamondbacks, 5-3. | Box

Anderson delivers in clutch, Rockies win

Garret Anderson drove in 5 runs, carrying Colorado to a 15-5 victory over the Pirates. Miguel Tejada knocked home 4 runs for the Rockies. | Box

Wright whiffs 9 in 2-1 win

Jamey Wright struckout 9 Washington batters in a 2-1 win for the Mets. | Box


WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

T. Hummel, Padres .4124 HR9 RBI
J. Gerut, Angels .4553 HR8 RBI
J. Edmonds, Orioles .2613 HR9 RBI
A. LaRoche, White Sox .4673 HR6 RBI
D. Ward, Yankees .3333 HR7 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

A. Rodriguez, Giants 1 for 20 (.050)
R. Cedeno, Padres 0 for 18 (.000)
O. Robles, Dodgers 2 for 20 (.100)
J. Romano, Pirates 0 for 18 (.000)
M. Olivo, Reds 0 for 17 (.000)

Leaders: HR

B. Inge, Athletics 39
A. LaRoche, White Sox 35
C. Wilson, Giants 34
D. Ortiz, Red Sox 34
C. Patterson, Dodgers 34

Leaders: SO

K. Wood, Red Sox 234
R. Ankiel, Rockies 198
R. Oswalt, Yankees 196
M. Prior, Giants 183
P. Martinez, Twins 176

Traded Draft Picks

BOS receives ATL 2007 2nd (Bay)
HOU receives BOS 2007 3rd (Park)
ARI receives BOS 2007 2nd (Bradley)
PHI receives ATL 2007 1st (Baez)
PHI receives BAL 2007 1st, BAL 2007 2nd (Urbina)
PHI receives LAA 2007 2nd (Andujar)
PHI receives MIL 2007 1st (D'Amico)
SDP receives ATL 2007 2nd (via BOS) (Jones)
PHI receives NYM 2007 1st (Hairston)
KCR receives SFG 2007 1st (Sabathia)
LAD receives LAA 2007 2nd (via PHI) (picks)
TOR receives CIN 2007 2nd (Penny)
ATL receives SFG 2007 2nd, SFG 2008 1st (Prior)
COL receives DET 2007 1st (Stewart)
ATL receives BOS 2007 1st, BOS 2008 1st (Cabrera)
SEA receives BOS 2008 3rd (cap dump)
COL receives CIN 2008 2nd (Redmond)
ATL receives ATL 2007 1st (via PHI) (Greinke)
SFG receives WAS 2007 2nd (Knoblauch - TENDER)
PHI receives PIT 2007 1st (Blalock)
PHI receives WAS 2007 2nd (via SFG), SFG 2007 3rd (Jimenez)
COL receives CIN 2007 3rd (Overbay)
COL receives CHC 2007 2nd (Wohlers)
CHC receives CLE 2007 2nd (Cox)
CLE receives CHC 2007 3rd (Cox)
BAL receives KCR 2007 2nd (Lowell)
ATL receives BAL 2008 1st (Bay)
PHI receives CIN 2008 3rd (Daubach)
PHI receives WAS 2008 2nd (Gonzalez)
WAS receives CIN 2008 3rd (via PHI) (Gonzalez)
PHI receives MIN 2007 1st (Giles)
PIT receives MIN 2007 3rd (Wolf)

Cap Trades/Penalties

2006
BAL acquires $1 from SDP
ATL acquires $5 from SFG
ATL acquires $2 from PHI
ATL acquires $2 from SFG
ATL acquires $2 from BAL

Position Changes

2006
ATL: Joe Crede 2B/3B --> 3B/2B
BAL: Willie Adams SP --> RP
BOS: Luis Castillo 3B/IF --> 2B/IF
BOS: Hideo Nomo SP --> RP
CIN: Jason Isringhausen SP --> RP
CIN: Justin Thompson SP --> RP
PHI: Luis Andujar SP --> RP
SEA: Eric Byrnes OF/OF --> OF/1B
SFG: D'Angelo Jimenez SS/IF --> 2B/IF
SFG: John Roper SP --> RP

Cut Players/Contracts

Listed monetary value is amount of money deducted from cap per season.

2006
CHC: RP Nelson Cruz $2
CHC: Todd Dunwoody $2
CIN: SP Eric Milton $5
CIN: SP Jesus Sanchez $1
NYM: 3B Carlos Guillen $5
NYM: C Mike Lieberthal $6
NYM: OF Craig Monroe $3
NYM: OF David Newhan $3
NYM: OF Alex Ochoa $2
NYM: SS Neifi Perez $5
NYM: SS Oscar Robles $1
SFG: 2B Scott Spiezio $2
STL: SP Willie Adams $7
STL: SS Enrique Wilson $8
STL: SP Bob Wolcott $5
TBD: SP James Baldwin $3
TOR: C Charles Johnson, $3
TOR: RP Akinori Otsuka, $3

2007
CHC: Todd Dunwoody $2
CIN: SP Eric Milton $5
CIN: SP Jesus Sanchez $1
NYM: 3B Carlos Guillen $5
SFG: 2B Scott Spiezio $2
STL: SP Willie Adams $7
STL: SS Enrique Wilson $8
STL: SP Bob Wolcott $5
TBD: SP James Baldwin $3

2008
CHC: Todd Dunwoody $2
CIN: SP Eric Milton $6
CIN: SP Jesus Sanchez $1
NYM: 3B Carlos Guillen $6
STL: SS Enrique Wilson $8
TBD: SP James Baldwin $3

2009
CIN: SP Eric Milton $6
TBD: SP James Baldwin $3

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