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Minor league infielder Juan Gonzalez picked it up and threw it all the way to the waiver wire, as he was released from the Inland Empire 66ers after hitting .279/.338/.362 in 1+ seasons with the club. What this means is that all we have left from last year's Carlos Guillen trade is Ramon Santiago, who's achieved the remarkable feat of failing to break a .200 average or a .300 SLG since joining the organization. Meanwhile, Guillen looks like he could be a legitimate AL MVP candidate for the second year in a row.

I don't think anyone ever figured Guillen for a .900+ OPS guy when we dealt him away, but...man, in a few years, this could easily turn out to be worse than the Slocumb trade.