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Good morning baseball fans!
Here is a roundup of what’s going on around the National League East.
- The Mets had a pretty quiet offseason. Should they have made more noise or are they in the right place?
- The Nationals were very sneaky in assembling a World Series caliber team this offseason.
- Hosmer and the Royals may be heading towards a feud of reality TV proportions. Just in time for the season, amiright?
- The Orioles didn’t do the offseason work that they should have.
- Ian Desmond has a broken hand and it’s hard to see who the loser in this situation really is.
- Javier Baez is not of this universe.
- The Red Sox are out to win the AL East again with a powerhouse pitching rotation.
- The Yankees still need young arms if they want to have any success this season.
- Trevor May has torn ligament and will likely get season ending Tommy John surgery.
- Manny Ramirez has a new Japanese baseball contract and it’s pretty amazing (we’re jealous).
- The World Baseball Classic is getting extremely exciting, just in case you needed us to tell you.
- The things go very wrong, very fast for the Royals...expect a mass exodus of player
- Tim Tebow got a hit in a real, live baseball game and it was glorious.
- The Rockies lined up very specifically for Pi Day and we applaud their effort.
- Cleveland fans: Don’t panic yet.
- The Cubs had a very special guest visit them at spring training.
- What teams are building themselves to be better later and will actually fulfill that destiny?
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Today in baseball: On March 16th, 2001, Sammy Sosa signs a four-year contract extension keeping the Cub right fielder until 2006.