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Friday Afternoon Reading

Armchair GM has taken on the task of categorizing all the baseball blogs out there so you don't have to.  It's pretty comprehensive - have a look

Also, a cool Mets news site I've recently come across:  SheaBaseball.com.

Got a fantasy draft this weekend?  My 2006 Fantasy Guide is just $9.99 and is drawing rave reviews from hundreds of customers.  Check it out.

Start gearing up for this bad boy, which will start rolling on Opening Day.  Download the free spreadsheet to get in on the gambling mayhem.

Bronson Arroyo's Cincinnati projection at RotoAuthority.

AllCubs looks at some spring training stats.

Five Questions about the Mariners, asked and answered.

What an awesome, free site.

Cool Zach Greinke story at the bottom of Ken Rosenthal's article.


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"Next inning, I'm going to throw a 50-mph curveball."

As i've said previously... he can pitch for my team any day.

I completely agree, he could definitely get the job done with a team other than the royals or any other team of their caliber. Just give that kid a chance with a good pitching coach (cough*peterson*cough) and he will be pretty dam good.

"...with a team other than the Royals or any team of their caliber."

And how! Word out of KC today is that Greinke is expected back in April some time. Here's hoping his agent has been trying to force a deal to get done, and they can get him out of that baseball hellhole. What a waste for him to be sitting home while the likes of Scott Elarton and Joe Mays are preparing to open the season in the KC rotation.

God help us if Omar Minaya or Billy Beane (or Frank Cashman/Theo Epstein?) could find a way to pry Greinke lose from the band of fools running the show for the Royals.

Thanks for the link to fangraphs.com, Tim! Big addaboy there! The comparison graph tool is just too good!

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