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Diamondbacks Off Season Report Card

Coming off back-to-back losing seasons for the first time in franchise history, the Arizona Diamondbacks have made a serious commitment to fielding a young team.  This is something of a shock for a franchise that won a World Series with each member of their starting lineup having been over thirty years old.  But most of the Diamondbacks' moves this off season have involved trading proven stars for younger, less certain quantities.  Here's how they've done so far:

Read more from Keith Glab at www.BaseballEvolution.com Trade: Javier Vazquez for Orlando Hernandez, Luis Vizcaino, and Chris Young   When a player demands to be traded, he doesn't give his team an awful lot of bargaining leverage.  When you take that into account, this doesn't look like such a bad deal.  Chris Young was the best of a glut of Sox outfield prospects, and should be ready to start...

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