By Orly Rios Jr. of Bleacher Report:
In a span of just four days in January, Mike Napoli, a 17th-round pick of the Los Angeles Angels back in 2005, was traded from the Angels to the Blue Jays, then to the Texas Rangers.
It was the kind of move that flew under the radar at the time, nothing major.
The real story was about the shock waves still being felt from December when the Boston Red Sox landed both Adrian Gonzalez and Carl Crawford in the span of a week, and when the Philadelphia Phillies landed the biggest fish in the pitching market, Cliff Lee, who the year before helped get the Rangers to the World Series.
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