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Thoughts following the Grapefruit League off-day
The Yankees enjoyed their first off-day of the Grapefruit League season yesterday, and this afternoon they’ll be back at work with a road game against the Rays. That game will not be televised. Lame. Anyway, I have some thoughts as the regular season creeps closer and closer. 1. The Yankees have been a run-scoring machine […] The post Thoughts following the ...


More winning! Why is the government worried about what cars its citizens buy? Same reason they shut down coal mines...the more dependent the rubes are, the better. This is why regulations are so devastating to the economy.


Al, Just wanted to correct you. You have said a couple times special forces can be anywhere in the world in 24 hours. The military now says 18 hours.  Tyler I apologize for underestimating the greatness of the United States military. Many folks act as if we can stop funding defense because, well, they don't get it. Planes have to be ...

All-Time Top 100 Marlins: #21 Cody Ross
Throughout the 2016-17 offseason, Fish Stripes will be going back over the Top 100 Marlins of all time, from their inception as the Florida Marlins in 1993 through today's incarnation as the Miami Marlins. ...

Cedric Mullins: a player to watch, could be the Orioles center fielder of the future
The former 13th round draft pick could be in Baltimore sooner rather than later. Orioles manager Buck Showalter makes no secret about who some of his favorite players are in the organization. In press conferences, it has ...

2017 Red Sox top prospect voting: Mike Shawaryn looks to build on brief pro success
Mike Shawaryn is our number 14 prospect in Boston’s farm system. We have our second consecutive low-minors pitcher coming in at number 14. There were a few other competitors for this slot, but in the end Mike Shawaryn rose above his competition, taking 24 percent of the vote.

Evan Longoria is the Tampa Bay Rays
It’s time for another Evan Longoria Appreciation Post Evan Longoria is everything a franchise could want in a cornerstone player. He has the complete package; the ability to lead, the talent to rank among the best,...

The Red Report - Michael Lorenzen
Fast Facts Position: Pitcher Bats: Right Throws: Right Height: 6’3 Weight: 215 Age (Opening Day): 25 High School: Fullerto...

Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 20 – Rajai and The Judge
Join Did The Tribe Win Last Night as we count down to Opening Day! Countdown to Opening Day – 20 Rajai Davis might not have been the longest to wear 20 for Cleveland and was hardly the best to do ... Read More

MLB: Ranking the Top 30 Catchers Going into 2017
In the first segment of the 2017 MLB positional rankings, we take a look at how the league’s catchers stack up prior to opening day. Overall, the catching position has not been where you find MLB’s best players, and this year is no different. Yes, there are still a couple of up and comers that […] MLB: Ranking the Top 30 Catchers Going into 2017 -

New York Yankees: Getting With the Times
Times are changing and maybe the New York Yankees’ facial hair policy should be considered for change as well. In 2016 former Yankee great, Don Mattingly, introduced the no facial hair policy to the Miami Marlins. Unfortunately for Marlins fans, the addition of the facial hair ban did not bring about the record that was achieved […] New York Yankees: Getting With the Times - ...

Happy Recap: 2017 Spring Training - Game 19 - Marlins (4) at Mets (6) - Syndergaard feeling iffy, Mets power past Marlins


Syndergaard Dealing With Bronchitis, Has Sights Set On Opening Day
After allowing three earned runs against the Miami Marlins in 3.1 innings of work on Monday, Mets right-hander Noah Syndergaard admitted he was fatigued, he was exhausted, he was out of gas. (Funeral Services for the Mets’ 2017 season to be held on Thursday.) “The fourth inning, I kind of ran out of gas,” said […]

Tuesday Bantering: Roster Cuts and Injury Updates
Your morning update for everything Blue Jays. The Blue Jays made a series of cuts yesterday afternoon, beginning the slimming of what will eventually result in 25 men who...


Anyone who has a kid knows this...a road trip with sick children. Very funny. Knock on wood, the Rambling son has not been ill for a while, and I don't think at all since he moved his bedroom downstairs. I still remember when he was 3 or 4, he'd be sitting on the bathroom floor, and we'd tell him just to stay there for about 10 minutes, and he'd insist he was fine, and we'd repeat just to s...

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