On this date in 2002, Barry Bonds belted a homer in the first inning off of the Brewers' Nelson Figueroa for his 574th career round tripper. With that home run, Bonds passed Harmon Killebrew, putting him sixth on the all-time home run list. Here's this week's look around the blogosphere..
- Shutdown Inning has some ideas for what the Rangers can do with Jurickson Profar.
- Mayflies & Big Flies sat down with Twins prospect Alex Meyer.
- Southpaw Yakker discusses the Yankees and Joba Chamberlain coming to the end of the road.
- Lasorda's Lair chatted with Dodgers GM Ned Colletti.
- The Hardball Times illustrates why Paul Maholm is underappreciated.
- Pinstripe Pundits is excited about the early returns on Vernon Wells.
- Baseball Big Brother Project wonders if perfection could be a road to mediocrity.
- The Shea Faithful isn't concerned about who takes credit for Matt Harvey.
- I R Fast took an up close look at Jose Fernandez's big league debut.
- Kingdome of Seattle Sports previews the future of the Mariners/Astros rivalry.
- That Ball's Outta Here asks how long the Phillies will stick with Roy Halladay.
- Rankings Professor looked at the ten prospects closest to making a big league impact.
- MLB Reports looks at the A's newest diamond in the rough.
- Phoul Ballz caught up with a pair of Phillies prospects in their latest podcast.
- Baseball Reality Tour turns in their leadoff hitter power rankings.
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