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The Rays start Sergio Romo on back-to-back days in what might be the birth of a trend. Pitchers are getting really good and so are AL shortstops.

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I don’t know why people were making such a fuss over the Royal Wedding over the weekend. I mean, who on the Royals is a big enough star that we should care that they got married? Mike Moustakas? Jorge Soler? Big in western Missouri and Kansas, I guess, but hardly worth international attention.

It may seem like I give you a lot of links each week, but believe me, there are a lot of stories you don’t see. For example, one I’m not linking to is a video where former Marlins president David Samson explains how to fix baseball. Really? We’re asking the guy who ran the Marlins into the ground after his stepfather bought the team how to fix baseball?

I linked to a piece on this on Friday, but the biggest problem with baseball at the moment is that the players are just too good.

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