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Kevin Reynolds is back with me on tonight’s UCB Radio. We talked about his weekend experiences at Winter Warm-Up, Matt “Little City” Adams, and the potential for a starting pitching competition. Listen to the podcast version here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/ivieleagueproductions/2014/01/23/ucb-radio
According to media reports today the St. Louis Cardinals have inked deals with center fielders Jon Jay and Peter Bourjos to avoid arbitration hearings. The deals, which haven’t been announced yet by the club, leave infielder Daniel Descalso as the only pending arbitration case for the Cardinals. Jay’s deal is reported to be a 1 year, $3.25 million contract that comes in just less than his $3.4 million arbitration estimate … Continue reading
The Cardinals sign CF Jon Jay to a 1 year, $3.25 million deal to avoid arbitration.
Earlier this week the Chicago Cubs unveiled their first official team mascot in history, Clark the Cub. General response on the Internet has been predictably humorous and unpredictably angry. Stuff like that it’s the Cubs’ biggest offseason addition and that all lovable children’s characters have no pants. Or you rib Cubs fans for a century of futility like Dennis Lawson or whip out Photoshop like Matt Sebek. Beyond all the … Continue reading
I’m sure by now most know the story. A couple months ago, the website Deadspin set out to make a point about the voting process of baseball’s Hall of Fame. They put out a story in which they offered to buy a vote from someone and they would then poll their readership to produce the ballot. They reportedly came close to sealing the deal with a donation to charity, but … Continue reading