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Matt took a look at the managers that are on the hot seat entering the 2012 season.
Justin H. wondered if Rich Harden can make it back from injury.
Mickey shared the many reasons we should all be watching the Miami Marlins in 2012.
Justin H. offered his hypothesis on free agency.
Tim gave us the story of Casey Stengel and the Mets first Spring Training.
Justin H. told us why Mike Napoli is going to be a future MVP for the Texas Rangers.
Joe examined Edwin Jackson’s decision to sign with the Washington Nationals.
Oct 23, 2011; Arlington, TX, USA; St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Edwin Jackson throws a pitch in the first inning of game four of the 2011 World Series against the Texas Rangers at Rangers Ballpark. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-US PRESSWIRE
Doug gave us a lesson in philosophical differences concerning farm system rankings.
Joe broke down the Oakland A’s signing of Yoenis Cespedes.
Matt looked back on the Jonathan Papelbon signing and gave his take on why the Philadelphia Phillies shouldn’t have inked the closer.
Joe analyzed the contract agreement between Kosuke Fukudome and the Chicago White Sox.
Kyle told us why Kenley Jansen is the Los Angeles Dodgers best reliever.
I examined Hanley Ramirez’s reluctance to shift to the hot corner.
Tim took us back to the first Spring Training of the Houston Colt .45’s.
Kyle reviewed “21”: The Story of Roberto Clemente.
I jumped ahead to take a look at Major League Baseball’s free agent class of 2013.
Chris asked if the Baltimore Orioles should give Adam Jones a multi-year extension.
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Topics: Adam Jones, Edwin Jackson, Hanley Ramirez, Jonathan Papelbon, Kenley Jansen, Kosuke Fukudome, Mike Napoli, Rich Harden