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la_a_ely01_300.jpgMINNEAPOLIS - The Dodgers may have set their organization back 10-20 years over the weekend by sending pitching savant John Ely down. Just like the Sox cost themselves a World Series last season without the power of Ely in the rotation, expect bad things to now happen in Tinseltown. Nobody, and I do mean nobody, wins without Ely.

--Daniel Hudson has a 4.24 ERA in Cactus League play, but scouts I've whispered to from my basement said the Sox are telling opposing teams what Hudson's throwing.

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