Results tagged ‘ The Zo Zone ’
- The Baseball Sociologist is counting down to Opening Day for the Orioles on April 4.
- Who’s been standing out this spring? Sons of ’84 has a list of the statistical leaders.
- Friar Wire shares Andy Green’s comments on preparations for Opening Day.
- How do pitchers deal with rain in Spring Training? The Rainout Blog has the answer.
- BERNIE’S BASEBALL WORLD‘s tour of camps visits the reigning world champions.
- Here’s a photo gallery from Thursday’s Reds-Rangers game from Better Off Red.
- The Zo Zone delves into Phillies manager Pete Mackanin’s unique system of fines.
- Ben Zobrist is key to the Cubs’ 2016 championship aspirations, says Cubs Rants.
- The Distinguished Grizzly believes this is the best Cubs lineup he has ever seen.
- The Rockies are giving Colorado Alert a reason to believe they could surprise.
- The Billerica Blowhard wants to see the Travis Shaw hype ease up a little bit.
- These are five fearless player predictions for the Mets from subwaybaseball.com.
- Random Thoughts‘ countdown of his 25 favorite Tigers has reached Cecil Fielder.
- Look back at an infamous incident from 15 years ago with @TheBallIsOrange.
1. St. Patrick’s Day. Everyone can use a little luck now and then, and across MLB there’s a lot of green on display today and celebrations from fans like The Canuck Cubbie. Phillies Insider shares some St. Patrick’s Day-themed Phils trivia. Speaking of trivia, did you know Jackie Robinson made his Spring Training debut with the Dodgers on this day 70 years ago?
2. Spring Training at the midway point. As The Baseball Addict informs us, we’re halfway done with Spring Training. On Cloud Conine points out something that many have yet to notice about the 2016 Marlins, while Fish On The Farm put together Marlins Spring Training power rankings. The mid-point of Phillies camp is a great time for The Zo Zone to do a roster projection with Opening Day now rapidly approaching.
3. Previews abound. Freelance Fuego examines how the Royals consistently seem to outperform expectations lately, while Sconnie Sports Talk wonders whether the Brewers might do something similar this season. The Metssiah previews the extremely competitive AL East, Carrie Muskat asks where Addison Russell will hit in the Cubs’ lineup and BBST sees 2016 as a make-or-break season for the Angels’ C.J. Cron.
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- Miranda Writes Sports has some thoughts on Jason Heyward signing with the Cubs.
- Is there a lesson to be learned from Heyward leaving, asks stlcardinalsminimo.
- Giants Fan Carm is pleased to see the Giants add a second Shark to their roster.
- Here’s a recap of last week’s Winter Meetings in Nashville from Wes the Sports Guy.
- The Baseball Stat Guy takes a look at Winter Meetings moves by the numbers.
- The shift in attention from free agent signings to trades caught BBST‘s attention.
- Man-2-Man Sports examines the question of who is winning this year’s offseason.
- The Rangers enjoyed a great winter back in July, according to Newberg Report.
- The Zo Zone spoke with former Phillies closer Ken Giles about his trade to Houston.
- What are the Royals doing to defend their crown? Around the Horn Talk investigates.
- Cardinal Red Baseball isn’t too sure what’s going on with the Redbirds this winter…
- …while tvteddy sees the Cardinals making small-but-smart moves to stay competitive.
- The defending NL champs’ path forward is on the mind of A View From The Bench.
- Wide Right Sports Blog writes about the Yankees and their offseason strategy.
- Jerry Dipoto’s Mariners makeover is impressing Confessions of a Mariners Fan.
- Plouffe’s New Hairdo put together a list of his Top Ten MLB Games Attended.
- Here’s a Q&A with Cardinals prospect Luke Weaver from The Unbiased MLB Fan.
- Drei delves into why Jackie Robinson retired rather than be traded to the Giants.
- Tom Singer’s open letter with Clint Hurdle the Elder is at Change for a Nickel.
- TribeVibe posted a photo gallery of the work under way at Progressive Field.
- The Tigers are giving back this holiday season, as Comerica Park, 48201 shows.
- JR Sport Brief asks whatever happened to collecting baseballs cards?
- Around the Horn Talk recaps the Blue Jays’ offensive explosion to take Game 3.
- Ryan Goins bounced back with a big game and statsinstillettos.com loved to see it.
- Drinking the Royals Blue Aid laments a rough start by Johnny Cueto on Monday.
- Facing a 2-0 deficit, Cubs fans need to believe, argues Mark’s Cubs Worship Pulpit.
- The Canuck Cubbie sees a tale of two Kyles in tonight’s Game 3 at Wrigley Field.
- Daniel Murphy has been huge, as The Barone Beat and Lets Blog Mets will tell you.
- Just Mets explains how the Cubs’ weaknesses are playing into the Mets’ strengths.
- Here’s why your team won’t win the World Series, courtesy of Call to the Bullpen.
- The Zo Zone covers the Phillies parting ways with former All-Star Domonic Brown.
- The Tony Gwynn Memorial Freeway was dedicated and Friar Wire was there.
- Cat loves the dodgers misses baseball and tries to adjust to the Dodgers’ offseason.
- Want to work at Miller Park next season? Cait Covers the Bases has the details.
- Phillies Insider revisits the 1980 World Series title on its 35th anniversary.
- Ever misremember a baseball moment from your youth like The Rainout Blog?
- Cardinal Red Baseball shares thoughts on Manny Ramirez’s role with the Cubs.
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The deadline to have your say in the Esurance All-Star Game 2015 Final Vote is today at 4 p.m. ET, so if you haven’t already voted, get on it! If you missed it, Cardinals pitcher Carlos Martinez appealed to fans to #VoteTsunami in his MLB Pro Blog, The Wave of Perseverance, then went out and tossed 7 1/3 scoreless innings Thursday night. Meanwhile, Better Off Red is pulling out all the stops to get hometown pitcher Johnny Cueto to the All-Star Game. (more…)
As you’re undoubtedly aware, the Esurance All-Star Game 2015 Final Vote is under way, as fans have until Friday, July 10, at 4 p.m. ET to decide the 34th and final roster spots for both leagues at this summer’s Midsummer Classic. One of our own, Cardinals pitcher Carlos Martinez, is on the ballot! Elsewhere, Dodger Insider is leading the charge to get reigning NL MVP Clayton Kershaw to Cincinnati, while Better Off Red urges fans to #VoteCueto. In the AL, Sons of ’84 wants you to vote “Yo,” and Drinking the Royals Blue Aid is counting on another big voting performance from Kansas City fans to help out Mike Moustakas. (more…)