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Red Sox 4, Pirates 3: Sam Travis plays hero
Chris Sale and Craig Kimbrel pitched well and Sam Travis came through in the clutch. Thursday night was a good night for Red Sox fans, with it not only marking a Chris ...

Mariners Usurp Royals’ Throne
Who needs basketball? Today marked the beginning of March Madness, a time spent celebrating Spring Training baseball, right? Maybe not. Anyways, while you all were watching Middle Tennessee State upset the Gophers from Minnesota, a f...

Despite Mets Ties To Puerto Rico, I’m Rooting For USA
In international competition, I am an American, and as such, I will always root for the USA to prevail. In the Olympics, I root for the USA regardless of what New York Rangers are playing for the other country. I love Henrik Lundqvist to death, but I would root for an American team full of […]

Mets Might Carry Three Lefty Relievers
According to Mike Puma of the New York Post, the New York Mets could carry three left-handed relievers on their Opening Day 25-man roster. The one lefty that is a lock for the bullpen is veteran Jerry Blevins, whom the Mets re-signed to a one-year deal with an option earlier this offseason. Josh Smoker burst […]

Spring Training Miscellany: Cubs 4, Dodgers 0 – Butler Looks Good, Lester’s Day at the Back Fields, More
A very nice win for the Cubs today, to the extent you can have such things in Spring Training. [To read the post, head over to Bleacher Nation. To stay free for readers to enjoy, BN is supported by ads. In a full-content RSS feed, that is not possible. I hope you understand and keep on reading at BN.]

Open Thread: March 16th Camp Notes
The Yankees showed their Fighting Spirit and rallied for a win over the Blue Jays this afternoon. Today’s dinger hitters: Aaron Hicks (okay), Starlin Castro (cool), Rob Refsnyder (wait, really?), and Clint Frazier (sweet!). Refsnyder and Frazier both hit their first of the spring. Hicks, Frazier, Castro, and Ronald Torreyes each had two hits. Tyler […] The post Open Thread...

Yankees sign Ernesto Frieri to minor league contract
6:14pm ET: Jon Heyman says Frieri will make $800,000 at the big league level. The contract also includes incentives based on appearances and games finished in case, you know, he becomes the closer or something. 6:00pm ET: As expected, the Yankees announced today they have signed veteran right-hander Ernesto Frieri to a minor league contract. […] The post Yanke...

Oh those young, whippersnapper Phillies. Felske Files Episode 98
In Episode 98, host John Stolnis talks to Phillies beat writer Meghan Montemurro about the latest in Clearwater, including Brock Stassi’s chances of making the team. And numberFire.com’s Jim Sannes joins the show to offer his expert advice on winning your fantasy baseball drafts. The

Spring Training: Padres vs. Royals
The Padres took a whoopin’. Today’s spring training matchup featured the Padres hosting the Kansas City Royals.

Hall of Champions moving to Petco Park
The Breitbard Hall of Fame in Balboa Park is relocating to Petco Park in the coming season. Comic-Con International is moving into the current facility to show off their popular comic art all year round. The Hall of Fame has some really great historical pieces in its col...

Cleveland Indians: Francisco Lindor Taps Superstar Potential
The Cleveland Indians will defend their American League championship this year led by a young shortstop who could be baseball’s next superstar. The box score for Game 7 of the 2016 World Series reveals that Francisco Lindor produced nothing in five plate appearances for the Cleveland Indians. The collar that was hung around the Tribe’s three-hole hitter in […]

Miami Marlins: Giancarlo Stanton’s Journey to Inner Peace
In the midst of the Jose Fernandez tragedy, the Miami Marlins were in need of a leader. The leader they needed had been there all along. Everyone remembers watching the first game the Miami Marlins played after the tragic death of Jose Fernandez. Who could forget Dee Gordon‘s emotional home run to lead off the Marlins’ half of the first […] Miam...

Mets Could Carry Three Lefty Relievers
According to Mike Puma of the New York Post, the New York Mets could carry three left-handed relievers on their Opening Day 25-man roster. The one lefty that is a lock for the bullpen is veteran Jerry Blevins, whom the Mets re-signed to a one-year deal with an option earlier this offseason. Josh Smoker burst […]

MLBits: Benefits of Quick-Pitching, Harvey’s Velocity, Yankees’ Spending, Gonzalez Angry, More
I saw Jordan Peele’s (from Key and Peele) new movie ‘Get Out’ last night, and I must say it was pretty fantastic. The reviews (99% on Rotten Tomatoes) had me[Read More...] [To read the post, head over to Bleacher Nation. To stay free for readers to enjoy, BN is supported by ads. In a full-content RSS feed, that is not possible. I hope you understand and keep on reading at BN.]

Let’s Talk About Javy Baez’s Playing Time and Burgeoning Stardom
Baez will once again not have a "starting" spot on the Cubs, but he'll be playing plenty. How could he not? [To read the post, head over to Bleacher Nation. To stay free for readers to enjoy, BN is supported by ads. In a full-content RSS feed, that is not possible. I hope you understand and keep on reading at BN.]

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