On this day in 1962, the Mets and Yankees met for the first time in a Spring Training game. Former Yankees skipper Casey Stengel was at the helm for the National League's newest team and steered them to a 4-3 win at Al Lang Field. Here's this week's look around the baseball blogosphere..
- Cole On L.A. writes that the Dodgers are playing with fire.
- i70 Baseball says the Cardinals are a good fit for Rick Porcello.
- Phillies Nation updates us on the Phillies' non-roster invitees.
- Through The Fence Baseball isn't pushing the panic button on the Dodgers.
- Baltimore Sports And LIfe talks delivery pop time and significance.
- The Tribe Daily looks at the Indians' rotation battle.
- Rays Colored Glasses questions what the club does with their pitchers.
- Wahoo's On First explained why Lonnie Chisenhall is poised for a breakout year.
- BoSox Injection reminds you that spring training stats don't mean a whole lot.
- Baseball Reality Tour takes a position-by-position glance around the majors.
- That Ball's Outta Here puts on their happy face to discuss Delmon Young.
- MLB Reports wonders if Jon Lester & Co. can weather the power outage.
- Pinstripe Pundits has concerns about Mark Teixeira.
- Lasorda's Lair implores you not to forget about Josh Beckett.
- Kingdome Of Seattle Sports says Michael Saunders is the most important hitter the M's have.
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