This week in baseball blogs…
- theScore interviews Hall of Famer Chipper Jones and writes about the impact he’s making this spring in Braves camp.
- Rox Pile asks five Rockies players and manager Bud Black about the best advice they’ve ever received.
- The3rdManIn.com makes a case for the Brewers to sign Dallas Keuchel.
- Chin Music Baseball names 10 players facing make-or-break contract years.
- PhilliesNation looks at Bryce Harper’s recruitment of Mike Trout.
- MLB & Fantasy Baseball Analyzed wonders if Harper erred in accepting the Phillies’ offer.
- Around the Foghorn analyzes resurgent Giants righty Tyler Beede.
- The Point of Pittsburgh compares the amount of drafted ’impact WAR’ by the Pirates to the rest of MLB under GM Neal Huntington’s tenure.
- Baseball Prospect Journal chats with MLB.com prospect guru Jim Callis.
- The Dugout asks what the recent extensions across the majors mean for free agency.
- Kennedy’s Commentary argues that MLB’s current compensation system must be fixed.
- Mets Daddy weighs in on Brandon Nimmo’s high strikeout rate.
- Getting You Through the Tigers Rebuild wants Detroit to use an opener in 2019.
- Chipalatta takes a look at the Astros’ Plan B at each position.
- Clubhouse Corner’s Bernie Pleskoff breaks down the questions surrounding NL teams.
- statsswipe shares a couple midseason trade ideas for the Brewers.
- Everything Bluebirds notes the importance of the Blue Jays’ veterans.
- Rotisserie Duck lists the 15 greatest moments in World Series history.
- Mets Daddy pays tribute to Tom Seaver.
- Joker Mag talks with Tigers prospect Brady Policelli.
- East Village Times sees five NL Rookie of the Year candidates on the Padres.
- The Runner Sports profiles Giants prospect Jacob Gonzalez, son of former major leaguer Luis Gonzalez.
- Pinstriped Prospects (links: 1, 2) breaks down the Yankees’ top sleeper prospects.
- Baseball Rabbi (podcast) previews the AL West and discusses Bobby Grich’s Hall of Fame candidacy.
- Chris Zantow rewinds to 1971, when Charlie Finley of the A’s and Frank Lane of the Brewers thought they could speed up games with the implementation of the three-ball walk.
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