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- The Indians got back to winning ways Monday, and TribeVibe has a photo gallery.
- The Canuck Cubbie writes that there is no place like home for the Cubs.
- The Dodgers marked the Fourth with a win and Dodgers Photog Blog was there.
- What better way to celebrate Independence Day than a trip to the ballpark like KJ.
- SF Giants Photos shared photos from the Giants’ home win over the Rockies.
- The game capped off a great holiday for Gamer Babes from Half Moon Bay.
- More Splash Hits notes Madison Bumgarner likely won’t pitch as an All-Star.
- Here are All-Star starter predictions from The Sports World According to Paul.
- From the Corner of Edgar & Dave looks back at the Mariners’ 7-2 homestand.
- What are the headlines from the first half of the season? The Storms Bros weigh in.
- Off The Bench calls Rangers outfielder Ian Desmond the bargain of the year.
- Danny Espinosa is staying red hot for the Nats, writes The Unbiased MLB Fan.
- Perfect Pitch wants to see a marker put in for Yoenis Cespedes’ moon shot.
- The Red Sox recently hosted a movie night, and Fenway Frames posted photos.
- MLB.com Fantasy 411 dishes out fantasy advice with Tuesday’s Pitch or Ditch.
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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