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Lackey’s Future, Schwarber’s Position, Happ’s Season, and Other Bullets
Is this John Lackey's final year with the Cubs, or final year overall? Also: Ian Happ is turning Joe Maddon's head. [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.]

BIF: WOW! USA Wins Thanks to Unbelievable Homer, and Unbelievable Homer Robbery
Baseball is Fun: Holy crap! These two (Stanton and Jones) are doing terrible things to baseballs. [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.]

Enjoy the Cubs Homer Party: Rizzo, Russell, Andreoli, Hannemann, Bote
Five great blasts to watch, and a couple outfield prospects to talk about. [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.]

Martin Prado: Hamstring injury proves to be severe
Martin Prado: Prado has been diagnosed with a Grade 1 hamstring strain and could miss the first month of the season or more, The Miami Herald reports. "I want to make sure that I'm 100 percent and not trying to rush this," Prado said Saturday. "First of all, I just have to get pain-free running. That's our main goal now and after that be strong enough to hold up with a healthy hamstring." Visit RotoWire.com for more analysis on this update.

Jon Gray’s 2016 was better than it looked
Another nugget of optimism for the 2017 Rockies. Imagine this: Jon Gray has a 400 mile journey ahead of him. He has his playlist, a list of rest stops he hopes get cleaned regularly, and snacks. Most importantly, he has direction...

WBC Roundup: Team USA shocks Villar and the Dominican, advance to semifinals
The Americans head to the final four of the World Baseball Classic for just the second time in tournament history. It turns out the Wisconsin Badgers knocking off #1 Villanova wasn't the only big upset in the sports world on Saturday night. Team USA defeated the defending champion Dominican Rep...

WBC 2017 Roundup 3/18: U.S.A. advances to the semifinals
With their win over the D.R., Team U.S.A. moves on to Los Angeles. Note: Apologies for the late post. I am currently in sunny Arizona (sorry, East Coasters) and forgot about time zones. Puerto Rico 12, Venezuela 2


From the "gee, I never did the math department"...the Badgers are now 5-1 the last 4 years versus 1 and 2 seeds .

Rockies strongly considering Antonio Senzatela for starting rotation
Rockies news and links for March 19, 2017. Antonio Senzatela, Greg Holland, Jason Motte struggle on mound in Rockies’ loss The Rockies lost 9-...

Sunday Sundries - Spring Training Week 3
Lots of hitting this week for the Brewers. A 24 run outburst during a week usually leads to some nice looking overall stats, but the

Mariners Moose Tracks, 3/19/17: Yankees No-Hitter, Ben Gamel’s Catch, and Boardwalk Radar Guns
Don’t be shy, these links won’t bite. Happy Sunday everyone! I hope you’ve all been having a great weekend. Here are some links to get your day started. In Mariners news... Scott Servais thinks experience gained at t...

Brantley Inching Closer to Major League Action With Eyes Toward Healthier 2017
There has not been a lot of good news for Michael Brantley and his injured right shoulder since a fateful, late-season attempt to dive for a ball at Target Field on September 22, 2015. Since then, he has undergone two ... Read More

Should MLB Stars Be a Part of the World Baseball Classic?
Detroit Tigers’ star Miguel Cabrera, who has been playing for Venezuela in the World Baseball Classic, left Thursday’s loss to the Dominican Republic in the sixth inning. His early exit was apparently caused by a back injury. Now he is reportedly out for the rest of the World Baseball Classic tournament. Supposedly, the injury isn’t […] Should MLB Stars Be a Par...

MLB X-factors for 2017, Part III: AL West
We are on to the next stop in our trek to look at one x-factor for all 30 MLB teams in 2017. In Part I, we looked at one of the deepest divisions in baseball – the American League East. X-factors ranged from rookie sluggers to veteran closers. In Part II, we looked at a […] MLB X-factors for 2017, Part III: AL West - Call t...

MMO Fan Shot: My Mets Fandom and Legacy
An MMO Fan Shot by Jason (7ReyesForLife7) I’ve been a fan of the New York Metropolitans since 1986. You might wonder if I was a frontrunner. In retrospect, I was without even knowing it, having been a “fan” of the New York Yankees. I owned this slick white, satin Yankees jacket because I thought it […]

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