Trade Trees

This page is a work in progress, but when complete it will be a place to easily search through my past trade trees to look for the included players. Alternatively, you can use the search box above for any players in trees that I have not listed here.

April 9, 2012, Weekend Wrap Up
Brian Tallet

April 5, 2012, 2012 Opening Day Roster with Trade Tree
Bryan Morris, Jose Tabata, Jeff Karstens, Daniel McCutchen, Michael McKenry, Yamaico Navarro, Josh Harrison, A.J. Burnett, Casey McGehee, Joel Hanrahan, Nate McLouth, Charlie Morton, Gorkys Hernandez, Jeff Locke, James McDonald, Andrew Lambo, Evan Meek, Garrett Jones, Rod Barajas, Clint Barmes, Erik Bedard, Kevin Correia, Juan Cruz, Chris Resop, Chris Leroux, Jason Grilli, Andrew McCutchen, Gustavo Nunez, Neil Walker, Matt Hague, Alex Presley, Pedro Alvarez, Tony Watson, Jared Hughes, Ross Ohlendorf, Brooks Pounders, Diego Goris, Kevin Hart, Jose Ascanio, Diego Moreno, Exicardo Cayones, Jose Veras, Octavio Dotel, Lastings Milledge, Craig Hansen, Andy LaRoche, Brandon Moss, Corey Stewart, Jason Bay, Oliver Perez, Roberto Hernandez, Xavier Nady, Damaso Marte, Tom Gorzelanny, Nyjer Morgan, Sean Burnett, John Grabow, Rob Mackowiak, Brian Giles, Ricardo Rincon

April 2, 2012, Updated Trade Tree – Jack Wilson
Aaron Pribanic, Jeff Clement, Robby Rowland, Brett Lorin, Ronny Cedeno, Nathan Adcock, Jack Wilson, Ian Snell, Jason Christiansen

April 2, 2012, Weekend Wrap Up
Ryota Igarashi

April 1, 2012, April Fool’s Day Trade Tree – Ed Ott
Ed Ott, Mickey Mahler, Jason Thompson, Ben Abner, Ronnie Giddens, Ron Johns

March 27, 2012, Tuesday Trade Tree – Damaso Marte Act I
Wil Cordero, Enrique Wilson, Alex Ramirez, Edwin “Ruddy” Yan, Damaso Marte, Matt Guerrier

March 11, 2012, Dock Ellis Trade Tree
Carl Taylor, Frank Vanzin, Dave Cash, Dave Ricketts, Art Howe, Tommy Helms, Dock Ellis, Ken Brett, Willie Randolph, Doug Bair, Tony Armas, Doc Medich, Mitchell Page, Rick Langford, Dave Giusti, Chris Batton, Phil Garner, Johnny Ray, Kevin Houston, Randy Niemann, Mike Maitland, Miguel Dilone, Billie Merrifield, Miguel Garcia, Dave Sax

March 9, 2012, Thursday Trade Tree – Mike Fetters
Mike Fetters,  Terry Mulholland, Roberto Novoa, Adrian Burnside, Randall Simon, Duaner Sanchez, Ray Sadler

February 17, 2012, Trade Tree – A.J. Burnett
A.J. Burnett, Exicardo Cayones, Diego Moreno

December 29, 2011, Thursday Trade Tree – Dale Long
Dale Long, Lee Walls, Dee Fondy, Gene Baker, Ted Kluszewski, Harry Simpson, Bob Sagers

December 13, 2011, Tuesday Trade Tree – Casey McGeehee
Casey McGehee, Jose Veras

November 3, 2011, Thursday Trade Tree – Matty Alou
Matty Alou, Joe Gibbon, Ozzie Virgil, Denny Riddleberger, George Brunet, Fernando Gonzalez, Nelson Briles, Nic Davalillo, Winston Cole, Kurt Bevacqua, Ed Kirkpatrick, Cal Meier, Jim Fregosi

September 29, 2011, Thursday Trade Tree – Arky Vaughan
Arky Vaughan, Luke Hamlin, Jimmy Wasdell, Babe Phelps, Babe Dahlgren

September 22, 2011, Thursday Trade Tree – Manny Sanguillen
Manny Sanguillen, Chuck Tanner, Elias Sosa, Miguel Dilone, Mike Edwards, Nelson Norman, Al Oliver, Bert Blyleven, John Milner, Mario Mendoza, Odell Jones, Rafael Vazquez, John Burden, Larry Littleton, Larry Anderson, Enrique Romo, Tom McMillan, Rick Jones, Gary Alexander, Bob Owchinco, Ernie Camacho, Vance Law, Willie Montanez, Victor Cruz, Ross Baumgarten, Bruce Edge

September 15, 2011, Thursday Trade Tree – Jason Kendall
Jason Kendall, Arthur Rhodes, Mark Redman, Matt Lawton, Jody Gerut, Jonah Bayliss, Chad Blackwell

September 8, 2011, Thursday Trade Tree – Rick Reuschel
Rick Reuschel, Scott Medvin, Jeff Robinson, Willie Smith, Lee Hancock, Don Slaught

September 1, 2011, Thursday Trade Tree – Honus Wagner
Jack Chesbro, George Fox, Art Madison, John O’Brien, Honus Wagner, Fred Clarke, Deacon Phillippe, Bert Cunningham, Tacks Latimer, Tommy Leach, Tom Messitt, Mike Kelley, Chief Zimmer, Jack Wadsworth, Rube Waddell, Claude Ritchey, Ginger Beaumont, Lefty Leifield, Patsy Flaherty, Ed Abbaticchio, King Cole, Solly Hoffman

August 31, 2011, Bonus Trade Tree – Matt Diaz
Matt Diaz, Eliecer Cardenas

August 31, 2011Bonus Trade Tree – John Bowker
Javier Lopez, Joe Martinez, John Bowker

August 26, 2011, Thursday Trade Tree – Vinegar Bend Mizell
Ed Bouta, Julian Javier, Vinegar Bend Mizell, Dick Gray, Jim Marshall

 

2 Responses

  1. […] As it turns out, the Kluber transaction tree isn’t the longest. I’ve listed each team’s oldest roster spot below in reverse chronological order, with the earliest origins listed last. That means you can skip to the end to see which roster spot extends furthest into the past, but I’d recommend going in order instead of snatching the single cookie. I’ve included some sequences that rely on compensation/supplemental picks, but for the purists who prefer trade-only chains, I’ve also noted lengthy examples of those wherever applicable. The text contains the bare bones of each sequence,3 beginning with the date on which the team acquired the player who started the chain, but to see all of the players involved, you can click on the expandable images, courtesy of David Kaleida, who developed this method of displaying “trade trees” in graphical form at his site 6-4-3 Putout. […]

  2. […] As it turns out, the transaction tree that starts with Taubensee isn’t the longest — but the Kluber tree actually goes back much further than Taubensee. I’ve listed each team’s oldest roster spot below in reverse chronological order, with the earliest origins listed last. That means you can skip to the end to see which roster spot extends furthest into the past, but I’d recommend going in order instead of snatching the single cookie. I’ve included some sequences that rely on compensation/supplemental picks, but for the purists who prefer trade-only chains, I’ve also noted lengthy examples of those wherever applicable. The text contains the bare bones of each sequence,3 beginning with the date on which the team acquired the player who started the chain, but to see all of the players involved, you can click on the expandable images, courtesy of David Kaleida, who developed this method of displaying “trade trees” in graphical form at his site 6-4-3 Putout. […]

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