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Answers to draft questions a long time coming

Paul Goldschmidt came to the plate Thursday night, and, because it was the first day
of the baseball draft, Arizona Diamondbacks announcer Steve Berthiaume mentioned… 336 more words

Arizona Diamondbacks

2012 MLB Trade Deadline Deals and the Draft (UPDATED)

There figure to be at least a few more trades in the remaining hours between now and the trade deadline at 4:00 PM EST, so I’ll do my best to keep this post updated with whatever short and sweet notes I have on any recent draft prospects who have been dealt. 3,233 more words

Johnson Trade Reaction: Astros' GM Continues to Make Shrewd Moves

Astros General Manager Jeff Lunhow continues his effort to turn around one of the thinner farm systems in baseball, acquiring prospects Bobby Borchering and Marc Krauss… 640 more words


Scouting the Swap: Liriano, Johnson Dealt

Several more moves have dotted the trade deadline landscape over the last couple of days, including moves that sent left-hander Francisco Liriano and third baseman Chris Johnson packing. 536 more words

Scouting The Swap

Luhnow Adds Borchering and Krauss to Prospect List

Houston Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow has been trading away every asset that has no long term value to his team in favor of prospects since he took over. 526 more words

Digging Deep - Analysis

Diamondbac​ks Acquire Chris Johnson

By Richard Janvrin-TRST Senior MLB Analyst Follow Richard on Twitter: @RJanvrin3_TRST

The Astros and Diamondbacks have announced they have made a trade.

The trade will send third basemen Chris Johnson of the Astros to the Diamondbacks for minor league outfielders Marc Krauss and Bobby Borchering. 152 more words


Astros keep on dealing, send Johnson to Arizona

The Astros traded third baseman Chris Johnson to the D-backs on Sunday in exchange for Minor League infielder Bobby Borchering and outfielder  Marc Krauss.

“It was pretty emotional in the room when I got called in,” said Johnson, who was drafted by the Astros in the fourth round in the 2006 Draft. 214 more words