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Listen Up, This Is a Robbery: The 12 Most Lopsided Trades Of The 1990s

Published by on May 13, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

My first article listed the 12 most lopsided trades in the 21st century. The Bartolo Colon trade was ranked number one.

Below is the article, if interested:

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/125788-listen-up-this-is-a-robbery-the-twelve-most-lopsided-trades-in-the-21st-century

 

This article will rank the 12 most lopsided trades of the 1990s. I will discuss the purpose for the trades and the aftermath.



12 - Florida Marlins trade Moises Alou to the Houston Astros for Manuel Barrios, Oscar Henriquez and Mark Johnson (11/97)

After winning the World Series in 1997, the Marlins dramatically reduced payroll by trading away the team's leaders, including Moises...

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