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SNY Opens Doors to New State-of-the-Art Facility
[New York, March 3, 2017] – SNY, the official television home of the New York Mets, Jets and all things New York Sports, will debut its expansive state-of-the-art studio facility located at the network’s new headquarters at 4 World Trade Center tomorrow, March 4th at 10:30 p.m. with its nightly news and entertainment program GEICO […] The post SNY Opens Doors to New State-of-the-Art Fac...

KATOH System Puts Six Chicago Cubs Prospects in the Top 100
That includes an 18-year-old shortstop prospect that you may not yet know well, but you should. [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.]

Here are 5 Tigers sleeper prospects you should pay attention to in 2017
These five players just missed the cut in our prospect rankings, but are worth your attention this season. Over the past month, we have been busy profiling the best prospects in the Detroit Tigers’ farm system. You may disagree wi...

Mailbag: Mitchell, Sanchez, Andujar, Garcia, CarGo, Banuelos
We have eleven questions in the mailbag this week. As always, RABmailbag (at) gmail (dot) com is where you can send us any questions throughout the week. We get a lot of submissions and I can only answer so many, so don’t take it personally if yours doesn’t get picked. Mike asks: I think we […] The post Mailbag: Mitchell, Sanchez, Andujar, Garcia...

Are we in the worst of times for being a Philly sports fan?
The Phillies are embarking on what should be yet another sub-.500 season, the Eagles just completed another of their own, the Sixers are still mired in The Process and afflicted by injury, and the Flyers are mediocre, as seemingly always. Is this the worst of times for a Philly sports fan?

Friday Bantering: Injuries Galore, New MLB Rules
Both Devon Travis and Glenn Sparkman are injured - and more in today’s morning update. It’s injury season, apparently. Here’s the latest: The Blue Jays didn’t win or ...


I stopped in at the Evil Empire to pick up such staples such as garbage bags, aluminum foil, and dishwasher detergent booster (they stopped putting phosphates in you know, because they worked) yesterday. An observation. I always check to see if they marked down any of the rotissiere chickens, and sure enough, they had several for $2.49, as they must have been leftover from yesterday. As I picked up 3 (they freeze nicely), an elderly woman came along and looked at the chicken and pi...


I'm sure he could beat the crap out of me and not spill his coffee doing so, hence, he can do whatever he wants.

FanPost Friday: Best baseball traditions
Which baseball traditions are your favorites—and which need to go the way of the dodo? When I was a kid and people told me they were “traditional,” I assumed that meant that they were really attached to their Christmas or Hanukkah traditions, which, in my mind, made everyone tradi...

WBC Non-MLB Top 10: #4 Tomoyuki Sugano
Japan’s top pitcher in the 2017 tournament looks to follow in the footsteps of his fellow countrymen who used a Classic performance to spur their big league dreams. The WBC has served as the launching point for a number of talented NPB pitchers to make their way into the big leagues. Daisuk...

Houston Astros News: March 3, 2017
Your one-stop shop for Houston Astros and news from around the league for Friday, March 3, 2017. Houston Astros News

Nationals 13, Astros 1: Peacock, offense struggles
The second game against the Nationals didn’t go well either. Nothing went right for the Astros on Thursday. Starter Brad Peacock gave up five runs on five hits over three innings in a 13-1 loss to the Nationals at The Ballpark at the Palm Beaches. The first game for the Astros to ho...

2017 Red Sox top prospect voting: Josh Ockimey looks to repeat last year’s first half
Josh Ockimey starts the second half of the top 20. The second half of our list came down to the wire, as once again I was able to narrowly avoid figuring out how to break a tie. Josh Ockimey took an even 25 percent of the vote to take home the 11th spot in our rankings. O...

Tampa Bay Rays spring training game eight lineups against the Detroit Tigers
A couple of Rays debuts including Mallex Smith and Shawn Tolleson The Tampa Bay Rays suffered the worst loss in their spring training history yesterday afternoon at the hands of the Boston Red Sox as Boston tallied 19 runs, while the Rays managed only two. The loss ended the Rays run of four ...

FOX Sports Sun, Rays announce 2017 TV Schedule
The Rays are going to be on FOX Sports Sun for all but twelve games this season. FOX Sports Sun and the Tampa Bay Rays Thursday announced a 150-game telecast schedule for the 2017 s...

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