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Texas Rangers: Still Searching for 5th Starter
The Texas Rangers are in need of a 5th starter for the upcoming season due to the recent setbacks of off season additions Andrew Cashner and Tyson Ross. The Texas Rangers were looking to bolster their 2017 push for yet another AL West title when they signed both Tyson Ross and Andrew Cashner this past […] Texas Rangers: Still Searching for 5th Starter -

World Baseball Classic Day 5: Japan Undefeated, USA Walk-Off, Puerto Rico Powerhouse
An epic walk-off and offensive showcase highlight the fifth day of the World Baseball Classic. Beginning another exciting in the World Baseball Classic, Pool B MVP Yoshitomo Tsutsugoh helped Japan complete their pool-play sweep with a 7-1 victory over China. Once the dust of the pitcher’s duel between Chris Archer and Jose Quintana settled, the USA came from behind Colombia to win […]

San Diego Padres History: Petco Park Opens to Record College Baseball Crowd
On this day in 2004, Petco Park opened its doors for its first baseball game, a collegiate clash between San Diego State and the University of Houston. An NCAA record crowd filled the San Diego Padres’ new home for the event. The opening of a new major league ballpark is always a special event. The […] San Diego Padres History: Petco Par...

Spring Recap: Mets Blanked By Nats 6-0
The Mets were defeated by the Washington Nationals by a score of 6-0 this afternoon at First Data Field. Pitching: Steven Matz toed the rubber to start the game for the Mets today and handed in three innings, allowing one earned run on three hits, while striking out two. Next in line was Paul Sewald, […]

Fifth Starter Spot Still Sorting Itself Out, But It Kinda Doesn’t Matter
It might be Mike Montgomery, it might be Brett Anderson. But it's mostly likely to be "both". Or, you know, totally disrupted by injuries. [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 11th Camp Notes
Your browser does not support iframes.Can’t stop won’t stop. The Yankees won again today. This win featured opposite field dingers by Gary Sanchez, Matt Holliday, and Gleyber Torres. Torres took old buddy Justin Wilson deep with a little defensive swing on a pitch off the plate. It was: crazy. The Yankees have hit 24 homers […] The post Open Thread: March 11th Camp...


I've been enjoying the Rambling son's venison steaks as part of my "lean meat, no carbs" eating plan, since neither he or the Rambling wife much more than tolerate them, much preferring the brats, summer sausage, jerky, and breakfast sausage that they will make eventually. I can only imagine the price of the reindeer meat will b...


Khalil Iverson has left the team due to a death in the family, will not return tomorrow if they win. I assume they will go small more with maybe Illikainen moving up in the rotation.Brown may get extra minutes too.


The irony is, the same people that insisted Brexit had no chance of passing also insisted Trump had no chance of winning. The funny thing is, instead of taking a step back and trying to pinpoint why they were incorrect, instead, they have chosen to simply call the voters stupid idiots who aren't as intellectual as they are. They're the same people that think anyone who shops at Walmart is a toothless redneck and proudl...

Minor League Ball Gameday, Saturday, March 11th
Ian Happ homers for Cubs, and other tidbits for Saturday from around the baseball world Good afternoon everyone and welcome to the Minor League Ball Gameday discussion thread for Saturday, March 11th. Here are some items worthy of your attention this weekend. ****

Josh Bell community projection results
Here are the community projection results for the young Pirates first baseman There were only seven entries for the Josh Bell community projection. This used to be a much more popular exercise but I suppose that train has gone on. We’ll run a few more before shifting to other projec...

Top Rays Prospects by Position: Corner Outfielders
Some promising low minors prospects could have an impact It’s no surprise that the current Rays corner outfielders have been obtained in trade or through free agency. While they’ve done an outstanding job of drafting inf...

Pre-Gamin’: Rockies at Cubs (2:05 CT) – Lineup, Broadcast Info, Game Thread
Get a lead, hold a lead. [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.]

GameThread: Canada/Colombia, Jays/Phillies
We get two games today. Canada plays Colombia, starting at noon eastern and Jays visit the Philles at 1:00 eastern. The WBC game is on Sportsnet. The Jays game is just on radio. In the WBC game Nick Pivetta starts for Canada. Julio Teheran for Colombia.


Moving daylight saving time to all year would be a good first step. Then we could get to work on double daylight saving time. Any arguments against it is from people who do not understand that it gets light about 5 in the summer with it, it would be at 4AM if we did not shift ahead. Would you rather have sunlight from 4-5AM, or from 8:30-9:30PM? There are a few golfers and runners/walkers who would love to get in some activity b...

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