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MLB Bullets Is Off To Spring Training

Spring Training started for two teams. The final free agents are either finding teams or getting closer to finding teams. The Alex Rodriguez saga winds down as Hank Aaron turns 80. Joe Maddon wants you to know he's 60.

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Celebrate the 30th anniversary of the 1984 Cubs

In 1984, the Chicago Cubs captured the hearts and minds of Chicago sports fans. Even though they fell short of winning the World Series, the team left an indelible mark on a generation of Cubs fans who remember hearing Van Halen's "Jump" open WGN telecasts.

MLB Bullets Says It's All In The Game

We remember Ralph Kiner. The Braves make a move to protect their future and we wonder what's the matter with Baltimore? The Mariners sign one player and are close to another, while one man starts a strange quest to corner the baseball card market.

Hall Of Famer Ralph Kiner Dies At 91

The home-run slugger played for the Cubs in 1953 and 1954.

Wednesday: Ex-Cub Signing Day!

With other teams, of course. Yes, it's a slow news day.

MLB Bullets Is Tired Of Other Sports

Three stars from other sports have varying degrees of interest in playing baseball. The Braves locked up Freddie Freeman and to a lesser extent, Jason Heyward. The five free agents with the Scarlet Q are still out there.

MLB Bullets Is Leaving The Other Sports Behind

Spring training approaches and several free agents still don't have jobs. One Dodger apologizes, but not for the team's massive ticket price increase. A former NBA player is thinking about a baseball career.

MLB Bullets Is In A Retiring Mood

Two Texas legends retire. We ask if relievers are the new market inefficiency. Unsigned free agents are still looking for work, and one pitcher is not happy about it. Aaron Hill got a big head playing golf, and a Braves legend rescues another one.

MLB Bullets Hails Our Milwaukee Overlord

Bud Selig is retiring at the end of the year, and some think he's the best commissioner to happen to the game. Or at least the least bad. Free agents aren't finding much of a market. Albert Pujols goes to Sesame Street

MLB Bullets Is Ready For Some Old Time Hockey

Baseball stadiums roll out the red carpet for the NHL. Matt Garza is now a Brewer, and Ryan Braun still is one. Justin Verlander is doing just fine, except he might miss opening day. The Phillies are old and an old man looks back at one long home run

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MLB Bullets Is Distracted By The Next Shiny Object

People react to the Yankees' deal with Masahiro Tanaka, but we've already moved on to Kenta Maeda. Matt Garza is (probably) a Brewer and Grant Balfour is a Ray. Some people want baseball in Portland and there are Angels in the Citi Field Outfield.

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