Talk about bonus baseball. On this date in 1973, the Mets topped the Dodgers 7-3 in a 19-inning marathon. L.A. outfielder Willie Davis racked six hits at Dodger Stadium and the two clubs established a National League mark by hitting into a combined nine double plays. Here's this week's look around the baseball blogosphere..
- Rumbunter chatted with Pirates' second baseman Neil Walker.
- Pinstripe Pundits looks into the inconsistency of Phil Hughes.
- The Giants Cove says that Ryan Vogelsong's injury can bring about changes in 2014.
- Kings Of Kauffman examines Eric Hosmer's swing.
- Sodo Mojo tries to gauge what Michael Bourn's value would be for the Mariners.
- Climbing Tal's Hill sees five Astros infielders that could be in it for the long haul.
- Rays Colored Glasses tackles the bullpen.
- MLB Injury News is hopeful that Joe Mauer can stay healthy.
- Steel City Buzz likes North Carolina third baseman Colin Moran for the Pirates.
- MLB Reports breaks down Will Middlebrooks' sophomore slump.
- Baseball Hot Corner talks mental toughness.
- Splice Today says the Cubs still have a ways to go.
- Southpaw Yakker spoke with Scott Proctor about baseball and his faith.
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