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Tom Singer (1948-2016)

“Spring is a wonderful time. Neither the grass nor impressions have yet taken root. The canvas is blank. There is no reason to not think anyone can be a winner, no reason to not like anyone.”
Tom Singer

We lost a beloved member of our MLB.com/blogs community this week when MLB.com reporter Tom Singer passed away unexpectedly on Monday at his home in Arizona. Tom’s MLB Pro Blog, Change for a Nickel, was a Latest Leaders mainstay as he covered the Pirates. Tracy Ringolsby paid tribute his colleague on Wednesday in his Write ’em Cowboy blog. Join us in expressing our sympathies to Tom’s family in their time of loss.

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  • Dodger Drei reacts to reports that Dave Roberts will be the next Dodger manager.
  • Tracy Ringolsby talks Manager of the Year longevity in his Write ’em Cowboy blog.
  • Mike Trout deserved another AL MVP award this season, according to fanbase1.
  • Giants Fan Carm is enjoying watching her team rack up the awards this month.
  • Boston will need to find a new king when David Ortiz retires, says The Winning Run.
  • Tom Singer calls Tony La Russa’s ARF conclave “engrossing, inspiring and amazing.”
  • Read up on the Dodgers’ rivalry with the Reds in the 1970s thanks to Dodgers History.
  • Muskat Ramblings posted a photo of Anthony Rizzo doing some holiday shopping.
  • Cat loves the dodgers put together an offseason wish list of her own for her team.
  • The Indians served Thanksgiving dinner at Progressive Field and TribeVibe was there.
  • Steel city ballhawk recapped an eventful Wild Card Game last month in Pittsburgh.
  • Sometimes you have to build your own doubleheader, as Cook & Sons explains.

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