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A's trade Mazzaro, minor-leaguer to K.C. for DeJesus

Posted by linyuer on Nov 12, 2010 6:29:30 PM

beats by dre DeJesus, 30, hit .318 this year but was limited to 91 games because of a  thumb injury he sustained in late July that required season-ending  surgery. According to A's general manager Billy Beane, DeJesus was  taking batting practice at the end of the season and he has no medical  restrictions.Beane said the A's began talking to Kansas City about  DeJesus in August. He is a strong defensive player who generally hits  around .300 and is capable of hitting 12-14 homers a year dr dre beats.      It could be frustrating for someone," Crisp said of the crowded  outfield, which also includes Rajai Davis. "That could throw a monkey  wrench in as far as playing time is concerned.Beane said on a conference  call that the team still plans to address monster beats its power needs via free agency or with trades. He said nothing will be  ruled out except dealing starters Trevor Cahill, Brett Anderson, Gio  Gonzalez and Dallas Braden.      Mazzaro, 24, went 5-2 with a 2.84 ERA in monster headphones his first nine starts in 2010, then 0-6 with a 5.60 ERA before he was  sent down.Mazzaro said he wasn't surprised at all to be traded, only  that it happened so quickly."I feel pretty good right now," Mazzaro said  by phone. "I think this is a good thing for me and my future.They've  won the right to negotiate with a pitcher and they've traded for an  outfielder who does not have a lot of pop hip hop beats.

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