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No Starlin Castro For Curtis Granderson

Phil Rogers at the Chicago Tribune struck down a trade for Curtis Granderson that would involve top prospect Starlin Castro.  The shortstop prospect had a solid season (.302 batting average) at High A ball and at Double A (.288 average, 12/10 strikeout to walk ratio) as a 19 year old and he raked in the Arizona Fall League (.376 in 101 at bats).  Curtis is of course Curtis and it sounds like it’ll be tough to make a deal with the Cubs that won’t involve Castro.

I don’t like the trade scenarios involving Castro so I definitely won’t like those not involving Castro.


Posted by Lee Panas on November 21st, 2009 at 8:26 pm

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