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Adrian Gonzalez: Won't take swings for two weeks
Adrian Gonzalez: Gonzalez will take two weeks off from swinging a bat due to elbow inflammation, Andy McCullough of the Los Angeles Times reports. Visit for more analysis on this update.

Carlos Correa: Needs rest after teeth removed
Carlos Correa: Correa might be limited for the first few days of spring workouts after having his wisdom teeth removed Thursday, Jake Kaplan of the Houston Chronicle reports. Visit for more analysis on this update.

Michael Fulmer: Working on fastball command
Michael Fulmer: Fulmer said he wants to pace himself in spring training and work on his fastball command, The Detroit Free Press reports. Visit for more analysis on this update.

Chelsea gets burned like this every time she tweets. She never learns.

A Day At Tradition Field In Pictures
New York Mets pitchers and catchers have now been in camp for six days and here I will show you some of my best pictures from the week. Above is the infectious smile of the Mets top prospect Amed Rosario. He’s been working hard this offseason and even added some upper body strength. Look at […]

Original Nicholas Volpe Drawing of Claude Osteen
As a lad I remember sitting in the car with my folks and m...

A lot of desperate, "everyone is a victim" backtracking taking place all of a sudden. If President Trump killed himself and 2 others because he was high as a kite, would the narrative be the same? Of course not. It's still a shame a young man died, whether because of an accident, a drug deal gone bad, a paid hit, or his own irresponsible behavior, as in this case. But we sh...

Chris Hansen‘s efforts to build a new NBA- and NHL-ready arena in Seattle have been going on for more than five years, but the investor is still confident that it will eventually happen, according to an Associated Press report (link via USA Today). Hansen’s group has increased the private funding in its arena plan and...

Reds sign Ryan Raburn to minor league deal
The veteran will vie for a bench-bat role. (ca. 2010) - Ryan Raburn? Awesome! (ca. 2011) - Ryan Raburn? OK, I guess. (ca. 2012) - Ryan...

Chicago White Sox: Should Michael Kopech Transition to Closer?
Michael Kopech is one of the most promising pitching prospects in MLB. Kopech was dealt to the Chicago White Sox in the Chris Sale trade, and he is quickly seeing himself rise in value. Michael Kopech has become one of the most valuable pitching prospects in baseball. He is a key piece of the Chicago […] Chicago White Sox: Should Michael Kopech Transition t...

Spring Training Miscellany: Brett Arrives, Dexter Fowler is Lost, Kyle Schwarber Catches, More
Brett's down in Mesa getting some visuals, but there are plenty more to go around. Lots to update from Cubs Spring Training. [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.]

2017 BYB Tigers Prospect #13: C Grayson Greiner’s career is back on track
After a disaster of a year in 2015, Greiner managed to put together his best professional season yet in 2016. Good catchers are a scarce resource. Due to the battering that catchers take and how ridiculously difficult the job of being a catcher is, there aren’t many who become good en...

Open Thread: February 17th Camp Notes
In case you missed it earlier, the Yankees have suffered their first injury of Spring Training. Tyler Austin will miss at least six weeks with a fracture in his left foot. He fouled a pitch into the foot during batting practice. Blah. At least it happened early in camp. Austin could be ready to go […] The post Open Thread: February 17th Camp Notes appeared first on

Giants sign Slade Heathcott, former top Yankees prospect
Gorkys Hernandez has company in the fifth-outfielder race. According to Jon Heyman and some dude in my Twitter feed who tipped Heyman off, the Giants signed outfielder Slade Heathcott to a minor-league deal with an invit...

Phillies’ Battle of Rookies
Inside the sun-drenched stadium, hopes and dreams are among the bats, gloves and balls in the dugout of the Philadelphia Phillies, while prospects learn from veterans during spring training.   The Catcher and the Why: Somewhere between exhilaration and disappointment is the vision driving a person to exceed their boundaries, real or perceived. In February, […] Phillies’ Battle of...

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