March 11, 2005
On the road again
I am off to the airport yet again this afternoon, though this time the travel is for fantasy baseball and not work purposes. (Sleeper recommendations in the comments are always appreciated.) As is becoming a custom (as established here and here and here and here and here and here), I leave below some thematically organized and linked recent posts:
SHEPARD DECISION AND COMMENTARY
- Summarizing Shepard (and seeking state insights)
- Pondering some post-Shepard questions
- What is the scope of the prior conviction exception post-Shepard?
- Criminal history disputes and Shepard issues
STATE BLAKELY DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY
- The Indiana Supreme Court speaks on Blakely!
- More reasons Smylie made me smile
- Smylie does not make everyone smile
- In epic showdown, Blakely trumps Harris in Minnesota
- If you’re gonna do it, do it right — right?
BOOKER CIRCUIT COURT DEVELOPMENTS
- Three-ring circus ... err, three-way circuit split
- The plain error madness continues in the 4th Circuit
- Tenth Circuit addresses Blakely retroactivity
- DC Circuit joins the Booker world
- Lots more Booker action in the Sixth Circuit
OTHER BOOKER DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY
- Latest compilation of post-Booker decisions
- Booker meets Roper and the rehabilitation of rehabilitation
- When will we see more post-Booker data?
- Ask and ye shall receive ... Booker data
- Handling Blakely/Booker habeas headaches
- Booker events not to be missed
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Sleepers: Don't pass on Chase Utley (1b/2b, PHI) or Alex Rios (of, TOR) - both are 2nd/3rd year players with high upside having great preseasons.
Posted by: Eric H. | Mar 11, 2005 8:50:07 PM
Thanks, Eric. I am pleased to say Rios is one of my keepers (though, sadly, my only good one).
Posted by: Doug B. | Mar 11, 2005 9:32:12 PM
Jason Phillips could be a really good keeper, especially if I trade him to a team where he could start. Nah, that would never happen.
Posted by: Omar Minaya | Mar 21, 2005 12:04:35 AM