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The Doug Fister trade finally pays off

If the 2011 Doug Fister trade never happened, the Mariners' 2014 signing of Robinson Cano would have topped Dave Cameron's "Worst Transactions of the Off-Season" list. However, Jack Z's trade savvy has once again paid off. Without the Fister deal to Detroit, there would have been no Fister deal to Washington, which took the top spot on Cameron's list. It is this kind of dealing for the future that has helped Z solidify his job as the team's GM and which should keep him in Seattle's good graces for years to come.

Looking Back at the Game that Led The Great One to Call the Devils, "Mickey Mouse"

After the New Jersey Devils lost 13-4 to the Edmonton Oilers on November 19, 1983, Wayne Gretzky called the Devils a "Mickey Mouse" organization. In this post, I review the highlights in that loss and conclude that he had a point.

Cameron: "Bourjos Can Hit"

Dave Cameron writes an article featured at Fangraphs about "Fleet Pete." He is questioning the popular belief that Bourjos is "all glove, no bat."

Ufa Wins Series Opener, Lulea Bounces to a Two Game Lead

The 2011 European Hockey playoff season keeps rolling with the talented Salavat Yulaev Ufa winning at home to open their KHL Eastern Conference Final, while Lulea gets the bounces to go their way in a second straight OT win over Skelleftea. Plus, the OHL playoffs begin and one semifinal in Slovakia is going the full seven games.

A Predictable analysis of the Halos by Mariners fan Dave Cameron

He is clearly trying to vindicate his organizational rankings and the faulty projection systems. Up next, an article mentioning the fact that the team widely regarded as the best in the AL West is performing even more poorly. Maybe the M's aren't as good as they predicted...hmmm

Jim Bowden and GM Corner are back with a roundtable on sabermetrics, featuring , as you'd expect,...

Video: GM's Corner: Week 3

Jim Bowden and GM Corner are back with a roundtable on sabermetrics, featuring , as you'd expect, Theo Epstein, Jon Daniels, Justin Upton (!), my boss Dave Cameron, Kevin Goldstein, and, hey, it wouldn't be a sabermetrics roundtable without... you guessed it... Dayton Moore. No, that is not a joke. Among Dayton's favorite stats are, and this is a quote as close as I can remember "runs created, runs scored... it's about runs scored and runs driven in." The whole thing is worth watching, although mostly for unintentional comedy. Watch all the way to the end for pure Bowden-y comedy.

Antonetti on Antonetti

In an interview from January 2009, Chris Antonetti talks about his role with the Indians and his relationships within the industry.

Kyle Farnsworth, Starting Pitcher? Jesus I hope so.

So there's this site called Fangraphs that exists. This Dave Cameron fella wrote this about Farnsworth being in the mix for the fifth starter spot. THIS STORY ONLY ENDS ONE WAY

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