MLB: Tracking Players in New Uniforms

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MLB: Tracking Players in New Uniforms
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The Giants traded Andres Torres (above) and Ramon Ramirez to the Mets (for Angel Pagan) prior to 2012—and re-signed both men this past off-season.

The Major League Baseball regular season is closer to the finish than the start; by now, most baseball fans are caught up on all the significant player movements of the past winter and early spring. Eyeballs, bulging out upon reading the latest nine-figure deal handed out, have returned to their sockets; necks strained upon overhearing ESPN relay blockbuster trade news have healed, at last.

I would never have dreamed of writing a who's-where piece at this point in the season were it not for a friend's blissful ignorance regarding the Nick Swisher and Dan Haren signings, as well as the Astros' move to the American League.

And this guy is usually a very informed fan.

My bud's plight inspired me to put together an offseason recap of sorts for fans in the same boat as he. Nobody knows better than me how life can swallow us up; try as we might, it is not always possible to keep up with all the happenings (especially if rendered comatose by B.J. Upton's contract.) 

This slideshow begins with a rundown of 75 notable players who were traded to or signed (major league) contracts with new clubs in the 2012-13 off-season, and how they're faring. (With the exception of Kyle Lohse, who I reserved a spot for, players who switched clubs after camp opened are omitted.)

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