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Two Out Of Three Ain’t Bad
One by one, like returning warriors, they took the mound, first Jacob deGrom, then Matt Harvey and finally on Monday afternoon the last of the surgically enhanced triumvirate Steven Matz had his chance to show off his preseason form. And what a fine form it was. Matz tossed two scoreless innings allowing three hits and striking […]

Tuesday Bantering: Bautista Received Contract Offers North of $50M
Your morning update for everything Blue Jays. The hot stove in March? I’m liking it for the second consecutive day. Here’s the latest:

When you're dumb enough to think you can lie about what race you are and then still try and stay relevant, well, nothing surprises me. Funny all these buffoons that felt it was racism to criticize a president seem to have changed their mind. It's easy to do when your beliefs change as often as the breeze.

Tuesday Bird Droppings: The Orioles take on an entire country('s baseball team)
The long-awaited (?) exhibition against the Dominican Republic team is today. In the links, Joe Gunkel's substitute teacher adventures, J.J. Hardy works his way back, and Chris Davis will hopefully not be a bad deal. Hello, friends. There are now 27 days remaining until

Daily Red Sox Links: Sam Travis, David Price, Tim Tebow
Wake up with Sam Travis’ humor, David Price’s cutter and Tim Tebow’s spring debut. Sam Travis is serious on the field but his teammates know that he can loosen up when the time calls for it. (

Today in Tribe History: March 7, 1960
Former slugging outfielder and World Series hero Joe Carter is born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Drafted with the second pick overall in the 1981 draft by the Cubs, Chicago dealt him to Cleveland with outfielder Mel Hall, pitcher Don Schulze, ... Read More

Yasiel Puig’s Bat Flip is Back!
Yasiel Puig is easily one of the most polarizing players in all of baseball. Whether you love him or hate him he has consistently been in the headlines. One of the signature characteristics of Yasiel Puig is his coveted bat flip. Ah, spring is in the air. Despite the first official day of spring not […] Yasiel Puig’s Bat Flip is Back! -

MLB History: Pitching Rubber Moved to Current Distance
There are certain distances that are universal when it comes to baseball. We know the distance between the bases is 90 feet, and the pitching rubber is 60’6″ from home. That latter distance was one of the two rules instituted on this day in 1893. Prior to 1892, the pitcher’s box, as it was called […] MLB History: Pitching Rubber Moved to Current Dis...

WBC GameThread No. 4: Cuba vs. Japan
Pool B action gets underway with the two top clubs squaring off. Cuba (0-0) at Japan (0-0), March 7, 2017, 4:00 AM CT TV: MLB Network Radio: MLB TV Online

WBC GameThread No. 3: South Korea vs. Kingdom of Netherlands
South Korea looks to rebound and keep their tournament hopes alive against a powerful Dutch club. South Korea (0-1) at Kingdom of Netherlands (0-0), March 7, 2017, 3:30 AM CT TV: MLB Network Radio

I read an awful lot of the left freaking out about how Trump "caused this." Never mind Trump has many friends and family members that are Jewish. Turns out, wait for it, they were clueless and overreacted. I, for one, am shocked. 

I'd have to search through the archives, but I predicted this years ago. I think I said by the time the Rambling son has to decide about college, I felt it'd be vastly different. I thought that "physical colleges" would be more of a social hub than anything else, where young adults went to live and study together, but the antisocial (like me) could take at home, if they wished.

Top 5 - J. Geils Band Songs
Today is Peter Wolf's 71st birthday. In his honor here are what I consider the top songs from the J. Geils band.

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