Discover: Monday Around the Horn

A baseball sits on a field as Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Adam Wilk warms up during a spring training baseball workout in Port Charlotte, Fla., Sunday, Feb. 21, 2016. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

  • Rays Radio has an update from Day 2 of Spring Training, complete with audio.
  • Jon SooHoo posted great images from Dodger camp in his Dodgers Photog Blog.
  • TribeVibe shared a photo gallery from Indians full squad workouts in Goodyear.
  • Baltimore signed Yovani Gallardo and The JailHouse calls it the steal of the offseason.
  • Britt Ghiroli provides an update on Gallardo’s timetable for reporting to camp.
  • Some big names are unsigned, and Balls and Strikes asks if their careers are over.
  • The Canuck Cubbie discusses how the Cubs are getting ready for something special.
  • Can the Marlins make the playoffs this fall? The Wayniac Nation isn’t quite sure.
  • In Wakefield We Trust has the age-old question for the Red Sox: Who’s on first?
  • Will The Even-Year Dynasty strike again? Poste de la Meta looks at the Giants.
  • The Unbiased MLB Fan put together a Q&A with the Brewers’ Scooter Gennett.
  • Mike Matheny needs to be more flexible with his lineup, argues stlcardinalsminimo.
  • Sons of ’84 runs the rule over potential impact youngsters in the NL Central.
  • Here’s an all (traded) prospects team, courtesy of MLB Pro Blog Boor on Baseball.
  • Cait Covers the Bases explains how to get Brewers single-game tickets early.
  • Will Bryce Harper be the first $400 million player? 41phillysports believes so.
  • Newberg Report looks back at one of his favorite baseball cards from childhood.
  • How do Cubs infielders stack up for fantasy value? Born on Third explores.
  • Superfan Pete put together his list of top five long-overdue Brewers bobbleheads.
  • Craving some baseball poetry? Our Game shares a sonnet from Mikhail Horowitz.
  • The Baseball Sociologist helps spread the word about The Donaldson Project.
  • Former Red Sox owner Tom Yawkey is the birthday buddy of Baseball with Matt.

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