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Today's links look at changes to Rick Porcello's curveball, the best new closer in the AL East, and the most important on-field jobs for John Farrell. Mookie Betts is a great young player, but the Red Sox don't have to rush into extension...

Stuff I found interesting or amusing and thought I'd share. - This T-shirt is a "must have" for any Firefly fan - Where do we find such men? - Things I trust more than Hillary Clinton -

I mean, if you are a person who gets stunned by obvious things a lot. This may be an earthshaking surprise to you, but I never went to journalism school. Shoot, I barely made it through Freshman English. A passive sentence is not something...

Your fantasy baseball teams probably won't have many Phillies players on them. If you read this blog, there's a good chance you're going to play in a fantasy baseball league of some kind this year. If you are, there's a good chance you're...

Including how fun the Phillies are going to be this year, and the most difficult home run in baseball. Phillies The Phillies Are...

As Did The Tribe Win Last Night helps fans count down the days until the Indians retake the field in an official Major League game, we look back at some of the players who wore the Cleveland jersey with pride. ... Read More

Spring training is getting closer, with only two weeks remaining until pitchers and catchers report. We look at that and more in today's What We Learned. Brewers News & Notes The countdown to Opening Day is at 59 days, and it's only 14...

The Yankees are "saving" for Bryce Harper. The Red Sox might not have to. Bryce Harper is, barring a shocking turn of events in Washington, going to be a free agent after the 2018 season. It is not hyperbolic to say he might end up the mos...

"Authenticity" tops team's wish list. The Rays have sent Mayor Kriseman a brief document spelling out the qualities they are seeking in a new stadium location, as reported in the Tampa Bay Times

On this edition of TGP Radio, host John Stolnis talks about whether there really is tanking in baseball and previews Phils' spring training with The Philadelphia Inquirer's Matt Breen. Also, the Jesse Biddle trade, top-100 prospect lists, a...


Recent Entries
The 2016 Bluebird Banter Top 40 Prospects: 26-30
The third installment of BBB's Top 40 features five newcomers to the rankings, despite only one being a newcomer to the system. The third installment of BBB's Top 40 features five newcomers to the rankings, despite only one being a newcome...

Transaction Friday: Jays sign David Aardsma
It is Friday, so there is a Blue Jays transaction. Unfortunately, I was out all morning, so I'm slow getting to it. Jays signed David Aardsma, a right-handed reliever, to a minor league contract. He's 34, has had 9 seasons in the majors. H...

Happy Birthday Robbie Alomar
Robbie Alomar turns 48 today. You all know the the story. Before the 1991 season, Pat Gillick made the biggest trade in Blue Jays history (though the Donaldson trade looks pretty good too). The Jays had b...

Mets Minors: Top 5 Outfield Prospects Led By Nimmo
While the likes of outfielders Yoenis Cespedes and Michael Conforto took Flushing by storm in 2015, a number of young prospects at the same position made noise in the minor leagues. Here are the top five outfielders in the Mets system, as ran...

Cubs Prospect Notes: Patience in Development, Almora, Contreras, Torres, More
Recalibrating expectations for top prospects, Albert Almora's future, Steamer600 projections and 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 ...

Weekend Open Thread
I didn’t have much time to read anything this week — Retro Week posts take longer to research and write than regular posts — so I don’t have any links to pass along this weekend. I do recommend checking out this series of ...

Ross Porter Back to Calling Baseball - for CSU, Northridge
Ross Porter is a name many younger Dodgers fans do not know, but for those of us who still vividly remember ...

What We Learned: Two weeks until pitchers and catchers report
Spring training is getting closer, with only two weeks remaining until pitchers and catchers report. We look at that and more in today's What We Learned. Brewers News & Notes The countdown to Opening Day is at 59 days, and it's only 14...

Ruth and Aaron: Different Era, Similar Careers 2/5/16
Hey baseball fans! Today and tomorrow, baseball will be celebrating two very important birthdays: Hank Aaron and Babe Ruth! Aaron was born on February 5, 1934 and Ruth was born on February 6, 1895. Besides their birthdays, what is similar between...

NYC Ban On Smokeless Tobacco Won’t Help Without Culture Change
This is a whole new generation. When I was growing up, we had candy cigarettes (gone) and Big League Chew (still around). While playing baseball, we used to have the candy cigarettes so we could smoke like Keith Hernandez, or we would shove a ton...

The Cubs Picked A Really Good Year To Be Hyper-Active In Free Agency
It appears as if the Cubs and other big spenders picked a good year to invest in the free agent market. [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...

This minor league team's plan to attract fans may shock you!
I mean, if you are a person who gets stunned by obvious things a lot. This may be an earthshaking surprise to you, but I never went to journalism school. Shoot, I barely made it through Freshman English. A passive sentence is not something...

2016 Topps Baseball Series One - The MLB Debut, No Hitter Pin and Perspectives Cards
Now we get to take some time to look at the various Dodgers' inserts available in 2016 Topps Series 1 packs.  Below are all of the MLB Debut, No-Hitter Pin Relic and Perspective insert cards.  Of note are a couple cards of Mike Piazza ...

The Phillies will be horrible for your fantasy teams this year
Your fantasy baseball teams probably won't have many Phillies players on them. If you read this blog, there's a good chance you're going to play in a fantasy baseball league of some kind this year. If you are, there's a good chance you're...


Every day I get emails. Some I respond to, some, well, thanks Dr. Phil.


Hope to have a spot on TMJ with Justin this weekend...will update when I find out for sure, and the time and date. Have a good weekend my friends, the Rambling son and I are out to buy supplies for our Super party.


Freedom is a fragile thing and is never more than one generation away from extinction. – Ronald Reagan Any doubt? Look at the two Dem presidential candidates. 

Colorado Rockies prospects: Making sense of the full preseason 2016 top 30 PuRPs list
Let's put a nice, big bow on our top 30 preseason 2016 Colorado Rockies prospects, shall we? After revealing the Purple Row community's Colorado Rockies top prospect list one at a time, it's time to wrap up the series by showing the whole ...

Reds bring Sweet Lou back
The Reds have hired Lou Pinella as a consultant – senior advisor to baseball operations. Pinella managed the Reds from 1990-92 and compiled a 255-231 record those three years. Pinella managed for 23 seasons. His teams made the postseason sev...

Rays Stadium Search: Florida Fairgrounds
Could the Fairgrounds allow the Rays to become "Orlampa's" team? Could a new stadium be built at the Fairgrounds?  The Rays recently have expressed a pref...


 
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