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Obstructed reView: 30 for 30–The Schedule Makers

"Grit" is an awful word when applied to sports. Superman III is an awful movie, when applied to eyes. I often conflate the word with the movie. Simply can't tell them apart, in a practical sense. Like Bills Pullman and Paxton, they're interchangeable concepts. "Onix Concepcion has Superman III coming out his ears" was neither a confusing nor untrue statement in 1983. Still, if I were tasked with making an e ...

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Cravens view through the looking GLASS…(a different viewpoint on the Glass incident): Guest article by Ethan Weiner

(Drops the mic and walks out) That's how Royals owner David Glass’s interview with The Danny Parkins Show at the 2012 All-Star Game Fan Fest ended Friday, July 7. Originally when I saw Mr. Glass was going on air, I was interested and stopped to tune in via the 610Sports app. I was interested in hearing the owner’s opinion on the current state of the franchise, his expectations for the upcoming offseason ...

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Playing the Draft Rules

The Draft is finished and we at Pine Tar Press are in the process of giving you a breakdown of each player drafted.  We will be talking to their coaches, instructors and the players themselves to give you as much knowledge as possible.  You will see the breakdown next week and the individual players interviews as the season rolls on but until then I thought I'd give you a reaction of how the draft broke d ...

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Royals Positional Depth Charts – Corner Infield (VIDEO)

@ClintScoles Heading into last season it would have been a pretty simple proposition to line up an organizational depth chart at each position considering the Royals had the #1 farm system based primarily on the strength at the top. A year later with the graduation of 9 different prospects the organization looks much different but despite that large number of graduations the farm system was still rated the ...

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Royals Positional Depth Charts – Left handed Pitchers

@ClintScoles Heading into last season it would have been a pretty simple proposition to line up an organizational depth chart at each position considering the Royals had the #1 farm system based primarily on the strength at the top.  A year later with the graduation of 9 different prospects the organization looks much different but despite that large number of graduations the farm system was still rated th ...

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CBA Has Its Flaws

As excited as I’ve wanted to be with today’s official announcement that a Collective Bargaining Agreement has been reached by MLB and the MLBPA, ensuring at least five more years of labor peace, I’d be lying if I said I was completely happy with this deal. There are things to like, no doubt. I love the fact that the signing deadline for draft picks will be a month earlier now, and the expansion of ins ...

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