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Milwaukee Brewers: What to Expect From Keon Broxton?
The Milwaukee Brewers are still in the middle of their rebuild as we approach the 2017 season, but one player that could start turning some heads is outfielder Keon Broxton. Keon Broxton made his big league debut in 2015 with the Pirates but shed his rookie label last season with the Milwaukee Brewers. He was […] Milwaukee Brewers: What to Expect From Keon Broxton? -

Could Rob Gsellman Be Better Than Zack Wheeler?
The Mets currently have seven above-average starting pitchers. One of them was for many years a highly-touted prospect who the Mets received in a trade that sent Carlos Beltran to the San Fransisco Giants. Zack Wheeler, 26, pitched well in 2013 and 2014 before going under the knife to repair a torn UCL in his […]

Detroit Tigers Links: The World Baseball Classic is now underway
We have your guide to catching all your favorite Tigers in the WBC! Good Monday morning, and welcome to March. This was an eventful weekend, so I understand if you need to catch up. Whether you were watching whatever mid-major conference basketball tournament that happened to be on th...

Battling the Yankees for Bryce Harper: Felske Files Episode 95
In this edition of The Felske Files, John Stolnis and Justin Klugh from SB Nation's "The Good Phight" chat about the Phillies' impending battle with the New York Yankees after the 2018 season for the services of Bryce Harper. How much would be too much, or is that not even possible? Also, Roman Quinn covers the land with his feet and glove, Jesse Biddle's comeback began against his old team, Aaron Nola's first spring start and the World Baseball Classic is underway... but will you be watch...

Monday Bantering: The Hot Stove Returns
Your morning update for everything Blue Jays. The hot stove has returned - and so, apparently, has the intrigue of the offseason. Here’s the latest: Brett Lawrie is draw...

Podcast: Goodbye, Brett Lawrie
Guest: Max Rieper, Royals Review Episode 125 is available for your listening pleasure. Here is this week's rundown: On this week's episode, we say goodbye to Brett Lawrie, as the White Sox granted the second baseman's his unconditional release...

From the Outside Looking In
What I know from these Yankees is less than somewhat. I did catch a few...

Monday Bird Droppings: O's vs. the World
The World Baseball Classic is now underway as Israel and South Korea square off in Seoul. If your sole interest is Team USA, you'll have to wait until Friday's tilt versus Colombia. The O's are offering up a taste of WBC ...

Daily Red Sox Links: Dave Dombrowski, Tyler Thornburg, Fernando Abad
Today’s links look at Dave Dombrowski’s team-building strategy, the sigh of relief after the Price news, and another pace of play solution. After building a successful but unsustainable team in Detroit, Dave Dombrowski is adapting to his new team in Boston. (

2017 DRaysBay Community Prospect list continued
We asked for more votes, and many of you provided them There was demand to extend the list past 30, so we did. Using a Google form, we asked for your top 10 prospects not already on the community ...

Minnesota Twins History: Kirby Puckett Passes Away
Kirby Puckett was a Minnesota Twins legend whose career came to a sudden end. His life ended the same way, as he passed away on this day in 2006, just one day after suffering a stroke. When Kirby Puckett came up for the Minnesota Twins, he did not look like an emerging star. He did […] Minnesota Twins History: Kirby Puckett Passes Away -

Morning Briefing: Harvey’s Velocity, Wheeler Prepares, Cespedes’ Quad
Good Morning Mets Fans. The New York Metropolitans will send Steven Matz to the mound for his Grapefruit League debut today as he will be opposed by Edinson Volquez and the Miami Marlins. The game is scheduled for a 1:05 pm E.T. start and can be heard on 710 WOR. LATEST METS NEWS Matt Harvey […]

Garrett Richards: Good velocity in spring debut
Garrett Richards: Richards gave up three runs over two innings with two strikeouts and no walks Sunday in his first outing of the spring. His reached 97 mph with one fastball. "I got excited on a couple pitches but overall everything was kind of doing what I wanted it to," he told the Orange County Register. "It's a good one to build off of." Visit for more analysis on this update.

You don't even see this reported. If it was snowflakes getting beat up (of course, it would only take someone politely asking them to move, and they'd fall to the sidewalk with a claim of "verbal assault" because they're so damn tough, I have a feeling it would be covered just a bit more aggressively.

WBC GameThread No. 1: Israel vs. South Korea
The tournament gets underway from the Gocheok Skydome. Israel (0-0) at South Korea (0-0), March 6, 2017, 3:30 AM CT TV: MLB Network Radio: MLB TV Online...

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