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MLB Bullets Is Heading To Hollywood

The Dodgers paid a lot of money for a Cuban infielder. Jimmy Rollins is happy to be in LA. Matt Harvey will not start on Opening Day. The Red Sox ship the losers out on a bus and Prince Fielder bunted.

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So if you're like me (and I can't imagine you would be like me and if you are, I'm sorry), you enjoyed watching the MLB Network's "Hot Stove" show this offseason as you got the kid ready for school. (Honestly, the MLB Network is on at my house pretty much continuously until Chris Russo comes on, which is when I turn it off immediately.) I was sorry the show went off the air when Spring Training games started and wasn't looking forward to reruns of "Quick Pitch" and highlights that I had already seen five times by morning.

The good news is that the MLB Network announced what sounds like pretty much the same show as "Hot Stove" for the regular season, called "MLB Central." The biggest difference seems to be that former Cub (and pretty much every other team) Mark DeRosa replaces Harold Reynolds. The show starts April 6 and if you're not the type of person who wants to watch Kathie Lee and Hoda get drunk on TV every morning, you might want to check it out.

And tomorrow will be a better day than today, Buster.