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Baseball Blogs Weigh In: Mets, Manny, Dunn, Bucs, Peavy, Chipper

On this day 22 years ago the Cubs traded Ron Cey to the A's. Cey, a six-time All-Star, would only play 45 games for Oakland. "The Penguin" would retire following the 1987 season. With two weeks to go until pitchers and catchers report, teams are still finalizing their 2009 rosters. Let's take a look at what is being written in the Blogosphere...

  • Baseball Handyman examines the bench constructed by the Mets this off-season and how unimpressive it is.
  • Jorge Says No! re-examines the market for Manny Ramirez.
  • My Pinstripes takes a look at the current state of the Yankees roster and how it can still change before opening day.
  • River Ave. Blues says Adam Dunn is a "tempting target" for the Yankees and should remain on their radar until he signs.
  • Bucco Blog sees the Pirates giving arbitration-eligible players long-term deals that do not buy out free agency years and feels the team is only attempting to keep payroll as low as possible and not trying to build a competitive team.
  • Astros Country says Jake Peavy being traded to the Cubs would be the worst thing that could happen to the Astros this offseason.
  • Braves Blast says that losing John Smoltz and Chipper Jones in consecutive seasons is not an option for Braves fans.
  • Batter's Box ranks the GMs statistically with Andrew Friedman coming out on top.
  • UmpBump is wrapping up their "Hot Offseason Action" series looking at what each team did to improve this off-season.
  • MLB Notebook takes a look at a few signings and compares them to the player they replaced.
  • Midwest Sports Fans discusses Rich Hill's struggles.

Cork Gaines writes for RaysIndex.com. If you have a suggestion for this feature, Cork can be reached here.








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