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Here are the last ten comments made by our members:

Joakim Soria
about 7 hours ago
Nathan owners aren't happy to see him put on a Tigers uniform; Soria owners, at least for now, even more distraught.
Neftali Feliz
about 7 hours ago
Looks like the new Rangers closer.
Jorge de la Rosa
about 7 hours ago
Another well-pitched game in Coors -- 8 hits, no walks, 11 strikeouts, one earned run in 7.1 IP -- to end a Rockies seven-game losing streak and raise his record in Coors to 42-14.

Somehow he's still the subject of trade rumors.
Alex Cobb
about 7 hours ago
Overpowered the Cardinals tonight (5 hits, no walks, 10 strikeouts in 7 innings) and drove in a run with his first major league hit, the first by a Rays pitcher this season.

Rays are now four games below .500.
Brandon Belt
about 11 hours ago
Belt owners should begin worrying.
Chase Headley
about 12 hours ago
Roy Weatherly did that on opening day 1943 in his Yankees debut. He and Chase are the only 2 Yanks to do that since 1920 when RBI became an official stat.
Ryan Braun
about 14 hours ago
Buster Olney had a nice piece on Braun on ESPN.com.

Sorry I could not paste the link, but check it out.
Tyler Glasnow
about 15 hours ago
There are hopefully many more to come, Alex.
Cameron Maybin
about 15 hours ago
Suspended 25 games for testing positive for amphetamines.

If that is not going to help his speed, not sure what will.
Eddie Rosario
about 16 hours ago
From BA this AM:

HITTER OF THE DAY: Eddie Rosario, lf, Double-A New Britain (Twins)

Rosario, the Twins' No. 6 prospect entering the season, did not start 2014 well. He was suspended for 50 games on Jan. 4 after testing positive for a drug of abuse and did not get into a game until the end of May. He struggled through his first 100 at-bats but has turned it on since and is slashing .263/.310/.409 overall through two levels. On Tuesday night, he went 3-for-5 with a double and two homers and in July he's at .295/.325/.577.

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