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New York Times - 14 Feb 2014 Jim Fregosi, All-Star, Dies at 71; Was Traded for Nolan Ryan
Jim Fregosi, a baseball lifer who made six All-Star teams as a player and managed the 1993 Philadelphia Phillies to the National League pennant, but who is probably best known — by New Yorkers, at least — as the player the Mets received from the ...
metsmerizedonline.com - 15 Aug 2019 Top Ten Worst Met Trades In History
When it comes to trades, Met fans haven't had the easiest time of it. In fact, they have seen a considerable number of personnel moves go awry. Let's take a.
Rising Apple - 11 Jul 2019 Mets History: Wisely moving on from the Jim Fregosi trade
On July 11, 1973, the New York Mets sold Jim Fregosi to the Texas Rangers thus moving on from one of the franchise's worst trade ever.
New York Post - 28 Jul 2019 Mets face obstacles in dream Noah Syndergaard trade scenario
If the Mets deal Noah Syndergaard they must land no fewer than two high-end prospects and at least two more talented lottery picks. But there are land mines.
FanSided - 10 Feb 2019 Phillies Wall of Fame candidate: Jim Fregosi
The manager of the Phillies wacky wonderful '93 team is once again a candidate for the Phillies Wall of Fame One of most successful an...
PhillyVoice.com - 12 Aug 2019 Paul Hagen: For Kapler and the Phillies, actions must speak louder than words
There was this time, on a back field during a long ago spring training, that Phillies manager Terry Francona was going on and on about the improvement he'd ...
New York Post - 24 Jul 2019 How Mets can salvage this Edwin Diaz mess
The Mets paid $2 on the dollar for the young, impressive closer last offseason, only to see that trade quickly challenge the 1971 Nolan Ryan trade as an all-time ...
The Philadelphia Inquirer - 08 Aug 2019 Phillies greats Jimmy Rollins and Charlie Manuel agree: Gabe Kapler deserves more respect | Marcus Hayes
Kapler and Manuel make Rodney Dangerfield look revered.
Rising Apple - 23 Jul 2019 Constructing a Mets trade with the Astros involving Zack Wheeler
What could the New York Mets realistically receive in a trade from the Houston Astros for starting pitcher Zack Wheeler? I examine the possibilities.
FanGraphs - 24 Jul 2019 Players' View: What Is It Like to Get Traded?
Getting traded has long been a part of the game. Players move from team to team on the whims and wishes of general managers looking to make their clubs ...
OCRegister - 24 May 2019 Whicker: The Fregosi name is well-represented at Orange Coast
COSTA MESA — He has heard it from umpires, coaches, spectators and reporters, from anybody who remembers anything about the '60s and '70s. He is Joey ...
Halos Heaven - 01 Aug 2019 From 2017: Jo Adell’s debut with the AZL Angels
With Jo Adell moving up to AAA, an old report of another of Adell's debuts.
USA TODAY - 14 Feb 2014 Former manager, All-Star Jim Fregosi dies
Jim Fregosi, whose outsized personality complemented his significant stature in baseball through six decades as a player, manager, scout and executive, died ...
thesportsdaily.com - 24 Jul 2019 Trea Turner becomes 26th player to record two career cycles since 1920
Trea Turner of Boynton Beach, FL became the 26th Major League Baseball player since 1920 on Tuesday evening to record two career cycles. Turner ...
Washington Post - 15 Feb 2014 Jim Fregosi, baseball All-Star and manager, dies at 71
Mr. Fregosi was a six-time All Star with the Angels and later managed the Phillies to the 1993 NL pennant.
FanGraphs - 15 Aug 2019 Jay Jaffe FanGraphs Chat – 8/15/19
Jay Jaffe: Good afternoon and welcome to my “Ides of August” chat! Today is the third anniversary of my daughter's due date; she put off her arrival for another ...
Los Angeles Times - 14 Feb 2014 Jim Fregosi dies at 71; first star player in Angels history
Jim Fregosi, the first star player in Angels franchise history and the manager who guided them to their first American League West championship in 1979, died ...
FanSided - 01 Mar 2019 Los Angeles Angels legend Bobby Knopp hangs it up after 53 years in baseball
The Los Angeles Angels have had many influential players/coaches in their organization in the 58 years they have been a team. Bobby Knopp was definitely ...
Chicago Daily Herald - 26 Feb 2019 Bobby Knoop retires from Angels after 53 years in baseball
Longtime Angels player and coach Bobby Knoop (kuh-NOP) has announced his retirement after 53 years in baseball.
New York Post - 29 Jun 2019 Robinson Cano trade is approaching scary Mets territory
The two Hall of Famers associated with the 1969 Mets did not attend the 50th anniversary ceremonies this weekend at Citi Field.