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MLB Blog Review: Reds, Yankees, Cardinals

End your weekend on the right note with the latest news, rumors and analysis from blogs around the game. 

Cincinnati Reds v St Louis Cardinals Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images

MLB Blog Review is a weekly piece we're running here at MLBDD. Each week, we will highlight what blogs around baseball are discussing.

Take a look at what everybody is currently talking about from blogs around the game:

  • Red Reporter breaks down the Dan Straily trade with the Marlins.

  • Pinstripe Alley says it’s good Starlin Castro is open to playing third base.

  • Viva El Birdos doesn’t think the Cardinals have been complacent this winter.

  • Let’s Go Tribe looks at Cleveland’s streak of smart extensions and roster moves.

  • Royals Review calculated the risk of Danny Duffy’s new extension.

  • Camden Chat picks two Rule 5 draft picks who could play a huge role for the Orioles.

  • Our Mike Bates thinks the Tigers should stop waiting around and just go for it.

  • Amazin’ Avenue analyzes the Mets 2017 payroll entering Spring Training.

  • Beyond The Box Score discusses who should be Boston’s starting catcher.

  • Talking Chop reveals two different versions of outfielder Matt Kemp.

  • Federal Baseball looks at Washington’s catching situation without Wilson Ramos.

  • South Side Sox wonders if there are teams that have struggled as much as the White Sox during this decade.

  • The Runner Sports looks at how former Yankees fared on the Hall of Fame ballot.

  • Outside Pitch MLB discusses what we can expect from Mitch Haniger in 2017.

  • Pirates Breakdown wonders if the Pirates will move Tyler Glasnow to the bullpen.

  • Pinstriped Prospects evaluates New York’s second base depth.

  • Baseball Hot Corner thinks Greg Holland would be a fit with the Nationals.

  • Jays from the Couch wonders if Toronto will use 2017 as a pivot season.

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