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Even in worst case, Holliday an improvement over 2016 DH situation
On Friday, Domenic raised the interesting question of whether the Yankees jumped the gun in signing Matt Holliday. While he was cheaper in total cash outlay than Kendrys Morales, he earned substantially more than some other DH options, including Chris Carter, who the Yankees still signed on top of Holliday. But there’s one thing that […] The post

Matt Harvey: Neck improving
Matt Harvey: Harvey said his neck felt better Monday, although it was still a little tight, and he has no intention of missing his next scheduled spring start Friday, The New York Daily News reports. "I should be good to go," Harvey said. Visit RotoWire.com for more analysis on this update.


How Althouse readers feel about the NY Times report that one out of 137 high school students would call themselves transgender. Same way I do...I'd say 1 out of 1000 would be far more accurate, but probably still high. I might have said I was too when I was that age if I knew it was anonymous, because I would have found that funny. 

Colorado Rockies starter Chad Bettis wants to have more fun in 2017
Rockies news and links for March 7, 2017. Rockies’ Chad Bettis, cancer free, wants more power — and more fun — in 2017 - The Denver Post After his first Cact...

Marlins Morning News: Stanton breaks through
Giancarlo Stanton collected two hits, including a home run, in a 8-2 loss to the Mets, breaking his Spring Training slump. Plus links on Edinson Volquez and Tyler Kolek. Marlins News Final result aside...

Milwaukee Brewers 2017 Preview by Position: Third Base
The Mayor of Ding Dong City will get a chance to be the man at third base. Third base has been a rather unsettled position for the Milwaukee Brewers since the trade of Aramis Ramirez in July of 2015. Seven different players manned the hot corner last season, lead by Aaron Hill’s 55 starts. Lo...

The Orioles will enter the season without an obvious lead off hitter... again
Does it even matter who leads off for the Orioles? Are any of them that much better than the rest? The Orioles don’t have an obvious choice to be their everyday lead off hitter in 2017. This isn’t something new and it’s not...

Celebrate National Cereal Day with Coco Crisp and the Red Sox
It’s National Cereal Day and the Red Sox have something of a breakfast legacy. Among the wacky and weird holidays, National Cereal Day falls somewhere below National Coffee Day, Star Wars Day, and National Doughnut Day (although there are two of these - one in each of June and November). Come...

2017 Red Sox top prospect voting: Nick Longhi’s still searching for power
Nick Longhi hasn’t reached his full potential, but he ranks number 12 in our rankings. After Josh Ockimey squeaked out a victory in the last edition of this vote, the man he beat won decidedly this time around. Nick Longhi is your number 12 prospect for the

WBC 2017 Roundup 3/6: Israel takes their first two games
A recap of the first day of action of the WBC Welcome to the first of what will be daily recaps of World Baseball Classic action. Essentially, it will be the Minor Lines feature we do during the season, just with WBC games instead of ...

Tampa Bay Rays spring training game eleven lineups against the New York Yankees on TV
Jake Odorizzi, Willy Adames, Evan Longoria, and Corey Dickerson all start today as the Rays are on Fox Sports Sun The Tampa Bay Rays enjoyed a rare spring training off day yesterday. Today, they’ll head to Tampa as they’ll be taking on the New York Yankees at 1pm ...

Tampa Bay Rays news and links: Lots of baseball on the Rays off-day
No game for the Rays yesterday. Rays Radio continued their profiles of Rays players, though, with one of Patrick Leonard...

The Red Report - Raisel Iglesias
A closer look at the next Cincinnati "closer." Fast Facts Position: Pitcher Bats: Sometimes Throws: Often A product of January 4th, 19...

Adam Wainwright Needs His New (Old) Curveball
The St. Louis Cardinals’ Ace Adam Wainwright returned from a brutal Achilles injury in earnest in 2016. With four top 3 Cy Young finishes since 2010, Waino is one of the most talented (and underrated) pitchers in the modern era. His success can largely be traced back to his nasty curveball, and even his Twitter […]

Toronto Blue Jays: Jose Bautista Expectations for 2017
Despite his age and the expected decline, expectations for Jose Bautista in 2017 are very high as the Toronto Blue Jays’ slugger tries to validate his new contract. When the 2017 MLB season begins, Jose Bautista will be right where he belongs: in the middle of the Toronto Blue Jays lineup. The 36-year-old slugger nearly […] Toronto Blue Jays: Jose Bautista Expec...

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