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Discover: Monday Around the Horn

New York Mets pitchers, from right to left, Zach Wheeler, Steven Matz, Jacob deGrom, Noah Syndergaard, Matt Harvey and Bartolo Colon pose for photographers on photo day before a spring training baseball workout Tuesday, March 1, 2016, in Port St. Lucie, Fla. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

  • The Metssiah loved seeing the Mets break out the big guns in the starting rotation.
  • The Indians hit a pair of long homers on Sunday and TribeVibe posted photos.
  • Gamer Babes saw the Giants’ distinctive style on display in their Sunday victory.
  • Get the very latest on the infield candidates this spring from Dodger Insider.
  • Twins Pics snapped some great images of the Twins and Orioles from Sarasota.
  • Kyle Hendricks dazzled Sunday, and The Canuck Cubbie discusses “The Professor.”
  • Padres manager Andy Green discussed his pitching staff and Friar Wire has quotes.
  • Dodger Drei‘s journey to Dodger Stadium continues, as he talks Goose Gossage.
  • Which teams improved the most this winter? CassidySportsMyTake names three.
  • Subwaybaseball.com examines the re-tooling project under way in the Bronx.
  • Some timely hits really would help the Yankees, argues I’m Not a Headline Guy…
  • Daniel Satter Sport Talk picks out players to look out for the NL East this season.
  • Get to know new Rays acquisition Chase Whitley, thanks to Rays Radio‘s profile.
  • The Baseball Collector recounts a memorable Game 5 of the 2015 World Series.
  • Brewers players are bonding over chess, as Cait Covers the Bases explains.
  • Breslanta breaks down the recently announced dimensions of SunTrust Park.

Discover: Tuesday Takeaways

Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Jose Bautista stretches his arms as he walks up the field in the first official spring training baseball workout in Dunedin, Fla., Monday Feb. 22, 2016. (Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT

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.

Discover: Weekend Warriors

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Discover: Wednesday Wonderings

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  • Ready for Truck Day? Better Off Red posted photos from load-out at the ballpark.
  • What does Truck Day mean for a clubhouse manager? Rays Radio will tell you.
  • In the Clutch can’t wait for the return of baseball, blogging about some key dates.
  • What does baseball mean to you? Jon Weisman shares thoughts at Dodger Insider.
  • How are the Progressive Field renovations coming along? TribeVibe has images.
  • Newberg Report looks at what’s happened since the Rangers last went to arbitration.
  • Why did the Braves need to rebuild? Allow Sideline Warning Sports to explain.
  • Stlcardinalsminimo asks what is the difference between tanking and rebuilding?
  • What can Mariners fans can look forward to in 2016? Teal Ball Times has 10 things.
  • Stone Cold Sports wonders what impact some key free agents will have this season.
  • Which AL East youngsters are set for breakouts? Sons of ’84 lists some candidates.
  • In Wakefield We Trust writes that the Red Sox are betting on Mookie Betts.
  • How good could Boston’s lineup be in 2019? Pretty good, says the nosebleed section.
  • Will the Royals repeat? Boor on Baseball came up with three reasons they could.
  • Nothing But Pinstripes believes the Yankees had a quiet but productive offseason.
  • Will the A’s have a position battle at first base this spring? BBST investigates.
  • The Game of Redemption examines where it went wrong for the Nationals last year.
  • Who is Jason Paré? On Cloud Conine introduces the Marlins’ new analytics director.
  • Learn more about legendary baseball lifer Connie Mack, thanks to The Winning Run.
  • What is MLB.com Fantasy 411‘s “List of 12”? Head over and find out for yourself.

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Discover: Three for Thursday

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1. Free agents still available. We’ve seen some very high-profile signings so far, but there still are big names unsigned for 2016. Roman report looks at possible destinations for Ian Desmond, while I’m Not A Headline Guy… highlights some moves the Yankees might still make. In his Justice4U blog, MLB.com’s Richard Justice says this is where smart teams can do themselves a big favor with savvy shopping. If that’s not enough, Diamond Talk gazes into the crystal ball at next winter’s crop of free agents.

2. Counting down to baseball. As Phillies Insider points out, we’re just three weeks away from pitchers and catchers reporting to camp in Arizona and Florida. Now’s the time to start thinking about tickets, like Cardinals Red Baseball. And if ballpark food is on your brain, The Baseball Sociologist writes about a Minor League club’s call for fan food suggestions.

3. Getting historical. Hopefully you’ve been enjoying David Voigt’s excellent History of Baseball series on Official MLB Historian John Thorn’s Our Game blog. Part 8 is up now, covering the post-war and expansion eras. Carrie Muskat discusses an upcoming MLB Network documentary on legendary Cubs broadcaster Harry Caray, while Cardinals Insider introduces the new Redbird Relics artifacts for fans. For some more recent history, On Cloud Conine revisits the time the Marlins ran out of catchers in the second inning.

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Discover: Wednesday Wonderings

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Discover: Monday Around the Horn

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