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Good morning, baseball fans! With the Super Bowl behind us, and what a game it was, we can officially say that we’re back into baseball season territory! See, that wasn’t so bad.

Here’s a roundup of everything going on in the National League West.

  • The Astros avoided arbitration with reliever Will Harris by signing him to a two-year deal.
  • Yeah okay, so Tom Brady had an absolutely insane comeback last night, but lest we forget his time with the Montreal Expos.
  • Let’s grade the new Spring Training hats, shall we? I expected more from you, Yankees.
  • Mets reliever Jerry Blevins will be paid $6.5 million this season, according to FOX Sports’ Ken Rosenthal.
  • It’s back: Major League Baseball’s discussion about pace-of-play.
  • The Royals have signed Jason Hammel to a two-year deal.
  • Colorado won’t consider adding Byung Ho Park, who the Twins designated for assignment, according to’s Thomas Harding.
  • Wilmer Flores will earn more than $2 million in 2017 after winning his arbitration hearing, so good for him.
  • The Dodgers have signed Sergio one is totally sure at this point. Hashtag mystery team.

Important Links:

MLB Injury Tracker

Offseason Trade Tracker

2016-17 Free Agent Tracker

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Today in baseball: On January 6th, 1958, The Red Sox sign Ted Williams for $135,000, making him the highest paid player in major league history. Yeah...about that.

Question of the Day: Are you excited for baseball or are you EXCITED FOR BASEBALL?!??