Sunday, December 11, 2011

Weekly Link Round-Up

Stuff to read.

  • WHY is Manny Ramirez trying to come back? Hasn't he done enough to permanently damage the game of baseball?
  • I just can't stop finding stuff about Tim Tebow that makes me laugh out loud. The latest involves the fact that NFL Magazine decided they liked him better than Cam Newton. I don't like either of them, but I dislike Tebow a little less since he inexplicably keeps winning games for my Broncos. So I'm glad he won this too.
  • Two things: 1. Barry Zito is only 33?? 2. How long do you think it will take Amber Seyer to figure out that he is often injured and long-term contracts with him have typically been a mistake?
  • Travis Lay dislikes the Chris Iannetta trade and David Martin dislikes Chris Iannetta. I think I agree most with what ESPN's Keith Law had to say about the deal, but you have to have money to read his stuff, so all I can find are snippets.
  • Andrew Martin ably captures my I-don't-know-what-to-say-but-I-can't-stop-words-from-coming-out-of-my-mouth feelings about Iannetta.
  • Even Giants fans have had just about enough of Brian Wilson.
  • There is still plenty of uncertainty surrounding the 2012 baseball season, but of one thing we can be sure: the potential for a game managed by Bobby Valentine in a fake mustache exists once again.
  • It is really weird that the Yankees haven't been attached to any of the major free agents still in the mix. It certainly feels Twilight Zone-ish.
  • Rockies' Prospect Report ranks the top relievers in the farm system.

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