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Mariners Moose Tracks, 3/2/17: Boog Powell, Ortiz Memoir, and Isaiah Thomas
Happy Thursday folks! Yesterday Jerry Dipoto continued his obsession with Triple-A pitching talent with his trade to acquire Chase De Long from Los ...

Today in Tribe History: March 2, 1916
Mickey Rocco, who spent his entire Major League career with the Indians and the bulk of that during World War II, is born in St. Paul, Minnesota. He had been in the minors since 1935 when he made his debut ... Read More

Los Angeles Dodgers: Can Rich Hill Continue His Magical Run?
Out all the many excellent storylines that the 2016 Major League season produced, possibly the most unexpected came in the form of the emergence of Los Angeles Dodgers lefty Rich Hill. From the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball to the spotlight of the National League Championship Series in one season, what will the 2017 season […] Los Angeles Dodgers: ...

Spring training 2017: Tigers’ Jordan Zimmermann, Mikie Mahtook among top performers so far
We’re one week into the Grapefruit League. Let’s check on some of the players you’re keeping an eye on! Spring training is underway and the first steps have been taken in a month-long competition to settle a few roster spots currently up for grabs. Obviously, with not even a wee...

Detroit Tigers Links: Spring training roster battles are starting to take shape
Thus far, Anibal Sanchez and Mike Pelfrey look the same. We all understand that spring training, especially in the first days of March, isn’t particularly meaningful. We’re content to see our guys playing the game again. Yet at the same time, it’s difficult to resist judging playe...

Philles youngsters opening some eyes. Felske Files Episode 94!
In Episode 94 of The Felske Files, host John Stolnis talks with Phillies beat writer Matt Breen from the Philadelphia Daily News & Philadelphia Inquirer about the prospects and young players in Clearwater who are opening eyes among Phils coaches and manager Pete Mackanin. Is the clock ticking for Cesar Hernandez? Tommy Joseph? Also, in the wake of the news that New York Mets third baseman David Wright's career may be over, Tim Kelly from SportsTalkPhilly.com joins the show to talk about pl...

White Sox Top Ten Prospects for 2017: Part One
Moncada leads best top five the White Sox have seen in decades The ranking exercise this year is a massive departure from the past. I pride myself on having seen -- extensively -- the players in the White Sox or...

Marlins Morning News: Marlins halt three game spring training skid
A strong team effort at the plate was enough to lead the Marlins past the Astros 9-5. Plus links on Miguel Rojas and Wei-Yin Chen. Marlins News Marlins batters flexed their muscles yesterday as they bel...

Thursday Bird Droppings: Where the Orioles will play two games in two places
A split squad day awaits the Orioles. In today's links, Chris Tillman is on schedule, Chris Dickerson is a popular guy, Hunter Harvey works his way back, and Adam Jones makes some friends. Hello, friends. There are now 32 days remaining until

Daily Red Sox Links: Chris Sale, Xander Bogaerts, Bobby Dalbec
Today’s links look at the Red Sox’ outfield, looking to the Indians for offensive advice, and the rigors of the AL East. Do the Red Sox have the best outfield in baseball? (

MLB History: Second Wild Card Added to Playoffs
The MLB postseason has not been the same since the addition of the Wild Card. On this day in 2012, the playoffs changed even more, as a second Wild Card was added. We have seen the Wild Card change the postseason since it was introduced after realignment in the MLB in 1994. The Marlins won […] MLB History: Second Wild Card Added to Playoffs -

Morning Briefing: Trading Nimmo, Ricco On Evaluating Prospects, Reyes Embracing 3B
Good Morning Mets Fans. Funny thing, yesterday I left a comment to explain why the Mets are choosing to play Amed Rosario, Gavin Cecchini, Dominic Smith and T.J. Rivera as often as they have. “A lot of people – including beat writers – completely ignore the fact that the Mets (like any other organization) will […]


As I have said numerous times, Stearns either is using KATOH or has a metric that works in a similar fashion. The fact lots of know it alls insist it's just a coincidence only verifies my belief. Some folks insist there's a Bigfoot creature even though no remains have ever been found...so, if they do exist, they are also immortal.


There are partisan hacks, and then there is Paul Krugman, who has pretty much made himself irrelevant with his "sky is falling" unawareness.

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