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Dioner Navarro

Edwin Jackson

Willy Aybar

Not to mention Justin Ruggiano, Joel Guzman, and Sergio Pedroza. Okay, maybe I don’t miss those three THAT much. But Jackson, Aybar, and Navarro … so, who did Ned Colletti get in return for these guys again?

Did these guys get LaRoched? Or did they get Hee-Seop Choid? Or did Andy LaRoche get Navarrod?

And then there was the one who got away …

Not too many remember this, but David Price, he of striking out J.D. Drew with the bases loaded and the go-ahead run on first fame, was nearly a Dodger.

He was picked in the 19th round of the 2004 amateur draft, the same draft that produced Blake DeWitt, Scott Elbert, and Cory Wade. However, Price never signed, along with other future standouts such as Joe Savery (15th round) and Jeff Larish (13th round).

But hey, that’s like, four years ago. Still, imagine a 2009 rotation of Billingsley – Kershaw – Price – McDonald – Kuroda. DROOL.

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