A Look Back: MLB's 20 Biggest Moves of the 2000 Offseason

Joel Reuter@JoelReuterBRFeatured ColumnistDecember 11, 2009

A Look Back: MLB's 20 Biggest Moves of the 2000 Offseason

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No. 20: Yankees trade Hideki Irabu to Expos for Jake Westbrook and Ted Lilly

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No. 19: Dodgers trade Eric Young to Cubs

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No. 18: Padres trade Andy Ashby to Phillies for Adam Eaton

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No. 17: Brewers trade Fernando Vina to Cardinals

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No. 16: Mariners sign Aaron Sele for Two Years, $15 Million

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No. 15: Indians sign Chuck Finley for Three Years, $27 Million

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No. 14: Rockies trade Vinny Castilla to Devil Rays

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No. 13: Rockies acquire Jeff Cirillo in a three-team trade

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No. 12: Astros trade Carl Everett to Red Sox

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No. 11: Cardinals sign Mike Matheny for Two Years, $1.65 Million

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No. 10: Mariners sign Kazuhiro Sasaki for Two Years, $6 Million

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No. 9: Mariners sign John Olerud for Three Years, $20 Million

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No. 8: Devil Rays sign four free agents for a combined Nine Years, $53.75 Million

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No. 7: Padres trade Reggie Sanders to Braves for Bret Boone and Ryan Klesko

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No. 6: Astros trade Mike Hampton and Derek Bell to Mets for Octavio Dotel and Roger Cedeno

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No. 5: Blue Jays trade Shawn Green to Dodgers for Raul Mondesi

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No. 4: Rangers trade Juan Gonzalez to Tigers

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No. 3: Angels trade Jim Edmonds to Cardinals

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No. 2: Marlins trade Rule 5 pick Johan Santana to Twins

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No. 1: Mariners trade Ken Griffey Jr. to Reds

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