Some quick reviews of what's going on elsewhere:
Gonfalon Cubs looks at the possibility of a 98+ win season
, and the connection between declining Cubs attendance and the off-season spending spree
Cub Town uses the cool Sparklines to play guess the hitter
Bleed Cubbie Blue is down to number 9 on its All-time Great Cubs list, with Fergie Jenkins
Cub Fan Nation
has several funny Cubs-related photoshops
previews the 2007 Cardinals
Goat Riders of the Apocalypse
has a very good, funny look at the career arc of Bobby Hill.
The View from the Bleachers asks Who Should the Cubs Draft?
Allcubs.com prefers baseball without Sosa
Our own Cubnut mourns the retirement of Jeff Fassero
at A Hundred Next Years
Regarding the role of bloggers and baseball, Bleed Cubbie Blue
and Temporary Bleachers
both have good commentaries.
Pittsburgh Lumber Company
, one of our fellow MVN blogs, previews the 2007 Cubs
I just saw the King of the Hill episode about The Jack and his Aces, little did I know that it was about legendary Softball pitcher Eddie Feigner, who has passed away
John Smoltz, great advocate for Traditional Values, is getting a divorce
Bernie Williams looks like he's going to lose out
in the Yankees' roster crunch
ESPN has been subpoenaed
in the Harold Reynolds wrongful termination lawsuit. Regarding the termination of most of the Baseball Tonight crew: I'm in favor of it.
The Hardball Times
matches song titles with the state of Baseball entering 2007
Project Prospect compares Hughes and Bailey to once-prospects Prior and Beckett
And Baseball Musings live-blogs from the Sports Business Conference