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NL Central Notes: Bedard signs with Pirates, K-Rod Accept Arbitration With Brewers, Houston's new GM

Haven't really seen these topic posted or discussed much here.

1) Francisco Rodriguez. I think K-Rod accepting arbitration really hurts the Brewers' flexibility. It's discussed in this fangraphs article rather well.

2) Erik Bedard. Also, (if he stays healthy) I think Pittsburgh got a great deal by signing Bedard for 4.5 million. Alright he's often injured but if he stays healthy he can help them compete and even bring them a nice prospect at the trading deadline. I was hoping the Cubs would go after him. It's a 4.5 million contract with 500k in incentives per twitter

3) Jeff Luhnow . Houston's new GM sounds a lot like Theo. Good thing they're in the AL soon. Link

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