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  1. They are showing the 1992 NLCS Game 7. All times eastern. 9am, 2:30pm & 10pm. also will have the special. Atlanta Rules, story on the 90’s Braves. Showing at 8am, 12pm & 7pm
  2. It would suck for the Dodgers if no season is played and Betts doesn’t resign with them. That would mean that they basically gave Boston players.
  3. Definitely would have liked to see it lower. With it being spring training don’t know if it was his normal grip on it or was he trying something out. But If he had better command of the Fastball he could have easily gone another inning maybe 2.
  4. Good outing for Fried. 4 2/3 inning, 75 pitches, 0 R, 3 K, GO-FO 4-2 only negative was to many walks (5)
  5. He has looked better each inning but is still struggling with the fastball, mainly on the outside for each batter.
  6. Fried has been having some trouble locating his fastball. The curve has looked good.
  7. Langeliers has had a pretty good spring so far. Any way he starts at a higher level this year. If not how soon can we expect him to start moving up through the levels and to the Braves.
  8. Today’s game will be on MLB.TV and FSSO
  9. MLB box score had the wind at 11mph R to L
  10. After 5 innings Braves trail 1-0. Game is on MLB.TV Felix looked good during his 5 innings tonight. He did struggle some in the 4th. Gave up 3 straight hits and a run before getting a DP and K to end the inning. Kakes, Riley & Ozzie have had potential HR’s knocked down by the wind.
  11. If you have a chance to watch the game. Freeman is mic’ed up and Chipper is in the booth talking with him.
  12. Tomorrow’s game against the Red Sox will be on ESPN
  13. Yoan Moncada and White Sox have agreed to an extension as well Moncada will earn $70MM in guaranteed money, as per USA Today’s Bob Nightengale, while Rosenthal reports that the extension’s total value will sit at $90MM if the option is exercised. ESPN.com’s Jeff Passan breaks down the option as a $25MM club option with a $5MM buyout (Twitter link). An additional $2.5MM in escalator clauses is also included in the contract, ESPN’s Kiley McDaniel tweets.
  14. Yelich has signed an extension The full financial breakdown of the contract is provided by MLB Network’s Jon Heyman (Twitter links). Yelich will earn $26MM in each of the 2022-28 seasons, and there is a $6.5MM buyout of his $20MM mutual option for 2029. That makes it $188.5MM in new money for Yelich over a seven-year span, and $202MM over eight years if both he and the Brewers exercise the mutual option. Yelich will also receive his $2MM “trade kicker” over the pre-existing terms of his 2020-21 contract.
  15. You’ll be able to watch the Braves game today only on MLB.TV. It will be using the Pirates broadcast. Not sure if MLB.TV does free games during the spring.