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Rick Peterson Kicks off Pitchers & Catchers
Mike Silva kicks off the symbolic start of the baseball season with his "Pitchers & Catchers" show. Former Mets pitching coach Rick Peterson joins Silva to discuss his new book "Crunch Time: How to be at Your Best When it Matters the Most." Rick shares coaching tactics he used in professional baseball that translate into any workplace. Mike talks about his concerns with David Wright, why the Mets are handling Zack Wheeler and Michael Conforto properly and how Terry Collins needs to learn fr...

Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 50
Join Did The Tribe Win Last Night as we count down to Opening Day! Countdown to Opening Day – 50 days Like many numbers chronicled over the last nine days, the number 50 has long appeared on the backs of ... Read More

No Trades With Padres
Barry Jackson talks on how mad the Marlins were with their trades with the dubious Padres... http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/spt-columns-blogs/barry-jackson/article132326024.html

Mike Ilitch public viewing and memorial details announced
The Ilitch family invites the public to share their memories before Mike Ilitch is laid to rest. Late Sunday night, the Ilitch family announced times for a public viewing and memorial for anyone wishing to pay their respects. A temporary memorial site will be locat...


Badgers lose to Northwestern. While it seemed like they missed tons of 3's, they made the same amount as the Cats and only missed 2 more. They did have 6 more turnovers, and given that's 6 more possessions without a shot and they average about a point a possession, that would seem to be the key. Watching the past 2 games, it is difficult to believe Happ and Koenig are anywhere near 100%. Of course, many players are not this time of the season, but not only did Brandon only play 30 ...

REPORT: Cubs Have Made Offer to Travis Wood
The Cubs, Padres, and two other teams are still in the mix. [To read the post, head over to Bleacher Nation. To stay free for readers to enjoy, BN is supported by ads. In a full-content RSS feed, that is not possible. I hope you understand and keep on reading at BN.]

Episode 4 - Offseason acquisitions
We talk about the newest Reds, including Scott Feldman, Desmond Jennings, and the return of Bronson Arroyo.

MLB: The Most Overrated Prospects Heading into 2017
The MLB has undeniably the best talent development system in all of American sports. No other sport has the hype and intrigue that baseball has, and it is all the more evident with the moves of the MLB. In no other sport can superstar players be dealt for prospects, and that is what makes baseball […] MLB: The Most Overrated Prospects Heading into 2017 -

Robert Gsellman: Favorite to break camp as fifth starter
Robert Gsellman: Gsellman will likely begin the season as the Mets' fifth starter, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Visit RotoWire.com for more analysis on this update.


Allen West points out the hypocrisy of Liz Warren...which granted, is pretty darn easy.


The thing they fear is the thing they are. Read the whole thing, but the sentence above pretty much says it all. They're better than the rest of us, and if you doubt it, well, just ask them. They weren't anti war protests then, and they are not pro abortion protests now. They were and are simply anti GOP.

Walking in the Moonlight
Rise in Power, Mr. Al Jarreau.  Thank you for the excellent adventures.

Red Sox spring training: Drew Pomeranz, Steven Wright start with setbacks
The competition at the back of the rotation got bad news on two of three fronts. Pitchers and catchers officially report on Monday! This is good news! Yay! Baseball is back! Everything is good and it’s time to celebrate! Aaaaaand...now we get back to reality. While ...

Alderson: “Harvey Has Been Working Hard And Throwing”
Mets GM Sandy Alderson recently spoke with Steve Serby of the New York Post, and talked about the state of the Mets and its players going into the 2017 season, including thoughts on right-hander Matt Harvey. Harvey, 28 in March, is coming off a shortened season in which he pitched to a 4-10 record with […]

Reports: Rays sign Nathan Eovaldi to one-year deal plus option
According to multiple reports, the Rays and Nathan Eovaldi have agreed to a one-year contract worth $2M. It’s a big league deal, so he’s going on their 40-man roster. The contract includes a club option for 2018, and since Eovaldi won’t pitch at all in 2017, the option is key. Tampa Bay will rehab him […] The post Reports: Rays sign ...

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