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Too much is a good thing

Teams should think before trading pitchers

By Nick Cafardo
Globe Staff / December 17, 2006

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Beware of a thing called excess. The Red Sox thought they had it with Bronson Arroyo last spring so they took a chance, rolled the dice, and went after a slugger with upside in Wily Mo Peña. Arroyo had a very good year in Cincinnati, where he proved to be the most durable pitcher in the National League, and the ... (Full article: 2408 words)

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