Fifty-seven years ago, the Dodgers faced the Phillies in Jersey City, New Jersey, marking the first major league game ever played in the Garden State. The Dodgers won 5-4 after 10 innings at Roosevelt Stadium in front of a sparse crowd of 12,214. The game was also notable as Brooklyn backstop Roy Campanella tied the score in the tenth inning with his 1000th career hit, a double down the left field line. Here's this week's look around the baseball blogosophere..
- I R Fast decided to dig a little bit deeper on recent claims that Colby Rasmus made.
- Prospect Insider examined Blake Beavan's new delivery.
- Grading On The Curve says Texas has enough to land Giancarlo Stanton.
- i70 Baseball looked at the Cardinals' first base depth.
- Pinstripe Pundits explains why Ichiro may head to the bench when Curtis Granderson returns.
- If I Were GM came to the defense of Carlos Quentin.
- Baseball Hot Corner wonders if Mike Scioscia will last the season.
- Lasorda's Lair reviewed 42 and gave it three out of four baseballs.
- Kings of Kauffman looked at statistical outliers so far in this young season.
- The Tribe Daily asks what the Indians should do with Ubaldo Jimenez.
- Marlin Maniac spoke with pitching prospect Edgar Olmos.
- MLB Reports says the Rays have to call up Wil Myers ASAP.
- On The Way Home asks if the Rangers should move Jurickson Profar.
- Cardinals Fan In Cubs Land wants the DH kept out of the NL.
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