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Spring Training Game Thread: Sabathia’s First Start
We’ve officially entered the dog days of Spring Training. Everyone is just kinda going through the motions and waiting for the regular season to begin. Don’t get me wrong, the games are still fun to watch — how could they not be with this farm system? — but I’m ready for some meaningful baseball. I […] The post Spring Training Game T...

Blog Kiosk: 3/7/2017 - Dodgers Links - Some Spring Odds and Ends
Adrian Gonzalez got into his first spring game yesterday and cel...

Tuesday Spring GameThread: Jays vs. Team Canada
Our Jays play our WBC Team Canada today. And it is on Sportsnet. Canada players their first actual tournament game Thursday night, against Jose Bautista and the rest of the Dominican Republic team. Canada is in a pretty unfair ‘pool’ with DR and USA and a ...

Better know your Blue Jays 40-man: Russell Martin
There isn’t all that much new I could tell you about Russell Martin. We have all been lucky enough to get to watch him, over the last couple of years. As noted during Sunday’s GameThread, Martin was second in the AL for innings caught. He caught 1069 innings,

Andrew Toles: Day-to-day with hyperextended knee
Andrew Toles: Toles has missed the last four games with a slight knee hyperextension, but is expected to return to action later this week, MLB.com's Ken Gurnick reports. Visit RotoWire.com for more analysis on this update.

World Baseball Classic 2017, David Dahl injury the topics of latest Purple Dinosaur Podcast
What's with the disinterest in the WBC? Plus, what are the Rockies going to do to replace an injured David Dahl in the lineup if he misses Opening Day? A week into spring training, the Rockies have gotten thei...

What We Learned: Three wins in a row
The Brewers are on a three-game winning streak after a 2-5 start to spring training. We discuss that and more in today’s What We Learned. Countdown to Opening Day: 27 This Weekend’s Results

Orioles vs. Dominican Republic WBC team game thread
If you want to watch the Orioles play the DR team, sorry, it’s not on TV. But it is on the radio, so, that’s something. This should be cool. The Orioles exhibition against a team full of players from the Dominican Republic, or players with Dominican parents, has finally arrived. No, you won...

Red Sox vs. Nationals lineup: Is E-Rod built for Boston?
A new article says Eduardo Rodriguez might be getting better even as Fenway Park pushes back. Good news! You can watch today’s Red Sox game versus the National...

2017 MLB Draft Profile: Seth Romero, LHP, University of Houston
The live-armed southpaw could be an early pick in the ‘17 draft if early results are any indication Live-armed left-handers always do well on draft day and 2017 will not be an exception. One of the top southpaws available for the MLB draft this year is University of Houston starting pitcher

Does a poor start to Spring Training matter?
Short answer: No. Long answer: No, but with a table! On the heels of Sami’s article yesterday about the Giants’ poor start to Spring Training, I deci...

World Baseball Classic Updates & Look Ahead
It’s getting exciting! One team is unexpectedly on the verge of elimination and an underdog is on the verge of advancing. It’s only the second day of the World Baseball Classic! Pool play continues. Four teams a...

Los Angeles Angels Encouraged by Garrett Richards’ Strong Spring Debut
With a strong spring debut, Los Angeles Angels ace Garrett Richards appears to be fully recovered from an elbow injury he suffered last season. Weakened by the departure of Jered Weaver, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim are counting on the recovering Garrett Richards to round out their rotation in 2017. After his injury-shorted 2016 season, […] Los Angeles A...

So You Think You Know The Mets: Not As Easy As Riding A Bike
If you had to pick the next player in the Mets organization to hit for the cycle, who would you choose? Is there anyone on the likely Opening Day Roster who can pull it off? Or do you have to dig down deep into the minors to find a likely candidate. I happen to think […]

Davis’s Unconcerning Debut, Almora’s Calf, Candelario’s Heat, and Other Bullets
No worries for the Cubs' new closer, and probably no worries for their young center fielder. [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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