Things To Read That Might Not Suck: Opening Day is Almost Here Edition




What you're not reading when you're not reading this.

— Jay from Let's Go Tribe has put up part two of his outtakes interview with Tribe Assistant GM Chris Antonetti. The topic: All about Travis Hafner, his monstrous contract, and just what the Indians knew when they signed him. (Let's Go Tribe)

The Cubs miss Kerry Wood. I, for one, don't care. With a sparkling 0.00 ERA through spring training, he's ours, I say, OURS! (NBC Chicago).

The Oden/Conley book Uncaged will likely be made into a movie, because... I'm not sure why. But the guy who wrote the book says it could be the best sports movie of all time. (Indy Star)

— Anthony Castrovince wants someone to start the Masa Kobayashi optioned/released office pool. He wants April 27 if you do. I want April 20. Masa is going to be god awful and Chulk had a decent enough spring to give Tribe brass confidence enough that he's ready as soon as Masa implodes. (CastroTurf)

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