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Steven Wright: Reports to camp early
Steven Wright: Wright (shoulder) reported to Fort Myers (Fla.) and played catch on the field Monday, Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe reports. Visit for more analysis on this update.

Ben Zobrist: Could bat leadoff this year
Ben Zobrist: Zobrist is a top candidate to lead off for the Cubs this year, Carrie Muskat of reports. Visit for more analysis on this update.

930 calories and 5 carbs today. I should have known it was going to be rough when I googled this plan and in the comments, someone had written: If they fed POW's like this, they'd be violating the Geneva Convention. 15th day. If I had six months to live, I'd do this plan, because it'd seem like 5 years.   

2016 player review: Jeremy Hellickson
Editor's Note: This is the 26th in a series of looks at the men who suited up for the 2016 Philadelphia Phillies. Elvis Aurajo was...

2016 Player review: Elvis Araujo
This is the 26th in a series of looks at the men who suited up for the 2016 Philadelphia Phillies. David Lough was the last player profiled. I was sure Elvis Araujo would be a huge part of the bullpen and the Phillies future. He looked so good in 2015, pitching to a 3.38 ERA in 40 games as a 23-year-old.

Report: Sergio Romo Rejected More Money From The Rays
Sergio Romo turned down more money for the Rays to stay in southern California. According to a report by’s Ken Rosenthal the Rays made the largest bid for fr...

Reliving Two Low Moments in Cardinals World Series History
14 new postings of classic radio broadcasts include a pair of St. Louis Cardinals World Series losses – one close and one blowout.

Noah Syndergaard: Hope Springs Eternal In 2017
Here’s a cool promo video featuring New York Mets ace right-hander Noah Syndergaard to get your baseball juices flowing as the start of Spring Training draws ever saw closer. It’s a short vignette that builds on that whole “pick yourself up and get back out there” speech your baseball coach used to give you in […]

MLB proposes rule changes to strike zone, intentional walks
Proposals made to players would raise the strike zone and eliminate four pitches for intentional walks. According to ESPN’s Jayson Stark, Major League Baseball has formally pr...

The irony is, even though his predecessor spent money like water and doubled the debt, he let our military use crumbling equipment and often run short of ammo even in war zones. There's a new sheriff in town. Reagan said "peace through strength." I agreed and still do. Any attack against the US is a death wish; that's why the only thing ever attempted involves gutless acts of terror. E...

Badgers move clear up to 5th in USA Today poll, 7th in AP. Either would be a top 2 seed, which is all that really matters. They have Nebraska in Lincoln THU and Northwestern at home SUN. No easy weeks in the Big Ten.

Milwaukee Brewers lose Ehire Adrianza on Waivers to the Twins, Outright Rob Scahill to AAA
Let’s play OOTP! The 40 man roster of the Milwaukee Brewers has seen a fair amount of turnover around the fringes this winter, and earlier today the club learned the fate of two more players that were exposed to DFA limbo. The Brewers themselves

The Giants shouldn’t count on their defense saving them next year
The Giants’ defense should be good. But it probably won’t be as exceptional as it was last year. The Giants’ weakest defensive link from 2016 is gone. That is, the weakest defensive link according to my eyeballs. Angel Pagan took weird routes, his speed wasn’t what it used to be, and h...

Kansas City Royals All-Time 25-Man Roster
We continue our off-season project with a look at the Kansas City Royals All-Time 25-Man Roster. The Kansas City Royals came into existence as an expansion team in 1969. They were joined by the Seattle Pilots in the American League and the Montreal Expos and San Diego Padres in the National League. This expansion also […] Kansas City Royals All-Time 25-Man Roster -

OH NO! Adam Rubin Leaves The Mets Beat
In a recent tweet, Mets beat reporter for ESPN, Adam Rubin, has announced that he will be leaving the Mets beat as he is changing careers.  After having covered the Mets for the past 15 years for both the New York Daily News and ESPN, Rubin will now work in public relations. Rubin has been […]

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