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All of Jose Ramirez’s helmets http://www.rockiesfanproshop.com/authentic-chad-bettis-jersey , "Normal people who follow other sports or enjoy the -3 degree weather when baseball isn’t in season might not know the joy of the annual truck day. But you’re here, so I know you get it. Today is the day for the Cleveland Indians, when all of their equipment is loaded onto trucks and a bunch of reporters gather round to photograph it and feed the images to baseball-starved fans on the internet. For one beautiful day, we can all stop arguing about the outfield and enjoy the sight of that big, beautiful baseball pi ata rolling down Interstate 44 on its cross-country trip. You won’t hear that wonderful sound of the first fastball hitting a catcher’s glove until pitchers and catchers report on February 12, but for now you can rejoice that the wheels of the 2019 baseball season are in motion. Literally and figuratively. I’ll be posting and grading the tweets as they come in from beat writers covering this momentousness occasion, because I’m inside on a nice comfy chair and not leaving any time soon. A few nice shots of the loading process. Points off for not showing the outside of the truck. Even if it’s inaccessible to media right now, I expect folks to be rapelling down nearby buildings to get a clean shot. Bring me pictures of Spider-Man that truck.Grade: B-A minimalist approach to covering truck day. What does the scooter mean? Is it a metaphor for baseball “scooting” us through life? Are the Indians on the verge of acquiring Scooter Ginnet and Zack Meisel has inside knowledge? What does it mean?!Oh, right. Tito rides it around and it’s fucking rad. Grade: AThis scooter picture took an extra half-hour to get out, but the time was worth it. Better lighting and a better crop; less background noise. Grade: A+THIRD SCOOTER PICTURE, THIS IS NOT A DRILL. I apparently started the bar way too high on pictures of Tito’s scooter, because this is by far the best. There are also some alternate angles of the inside of the truck. Just a work of art all around. Grade: A+Somebody really screwed the pooch on this one. Managed to get a lingering shot of the plain, advertisement on the rear truck and completely missed the Tribe branded leader of the caravan. Entire baseball reason is now ruined. Grade: D- They are mostly fine, with one that I’m not wild about."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Red Sox StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Red Sox NewsYahoo Red Sox Team PageYahoo Red Sox ReportYahoo Red Sox Depth ChartYahoo Red Sox TransactionsYahoo Red Sox PhotosOdds About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub 鉁昅LB RoundupMLB Roundup 3/14: MLB, Players agree to new rules for 2019 and 2020New Greg Holland Jersey ,7commentsThey are mostly fine, with one that I’m not wild about.EDTShareTweetShareShareMLB Roundup 3/14: MLB, Players agree to new rules for 2019 and 2020Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY SportsRules Changes set for 2019 and 2020The league and the players don’t agree on a hell of a lot right now, and the economic side of the game is in for a reckoning very, very soon. Sometimes, when you’re looking ahead to negotiations that are sure to be contentious like the ones for baseball’s economic system, it can be helpful to start with something a bit smaller. If you can agree on the smaller stuff, then you can start to work your way up with some semblance of good faith for you to hang your hat on. That’s what MLB and the MLBPA have done, having reached an agreement for rule changes that will be implemented either for the upcoming season or for the 2020 season. All of this comes from ESPN’s Jeff Passan, who broke the news Wednesday night. Let’s go one-by-one and look at the changes.Starting this year, the All-Star game voting will be changed to an Election Day style format. We discussed this not too long ago when it was first rumored, and I still pretty much have the same thoughts. Basically, it’s fine I guess. Their hope is that it will put their stars on a bigger stage and allow them to better market the best and most exciting players. I’m not sure it will work as well as they hope, but its nice to at least see them trying to market their stars more.Sticking with All-Star weekend, the two sides have agreed to up the Home Run Derby prize to a cool $1 million. Here, they are hoping to get more stars to participate in the headlining event of All-Star weekend. Again http://www.rockiesfanproshop.com/authentic-chad-bettis-jersey , I am good with that. There will be no more August waiver deadline, ridding us of one of the more confusing aspects of the summer. Now, the league will have just the single trade deadline on July 31, meaning acquisitions like Justin Verlander to the Astros a couple of years ago won’t be possible. Their hope is that this will make the July 31 deadline more exciting, as teams will now be forced to make decisions on their season by that date. They’re not going to get this much coverage, but looking at the NBA trade deadline and NFL free agency and it’s not hard to see why MLB wants to get more out of its most exciting transaction period on the calendar. I like this one as well.The changes for 2020 are even more extreme. For one thing, teams will get an extra roster spot for the entire season. This one’s pretty straight forward. Extra spots are good. The will also be eliminating the 40-man rosters in September, instead reducing the expanded roster size to only 28. That still gives teams a chance to add a couple extra players, but not nearly to the same extreme extent. I have gone back and forth on this a million times. I understand the positives for the expanded rosters, but ultimately I think it’s wild that the most important month of the regular season is played under drastically different rules. I think this is more good than bad.The change that is likely to be most controversial is the implementation of the three-batter minimum for pitchers. So, essentially, we won’t see any one-batter specialists starting in 2020. I don’t really like this one, though I’m open to seeing it in action. I’m curious how they battle fake injury claims to get around this rule. For what it’s worth, players didn’t technically agree to this one, but instead just agreed to not fight it when the league unilaterally implements it. In return, the league tabled the implementation of a pitch clock.Players are now going to be designated as position players http://www.rockiesfanproshop.com/authentic-chad-bettis-jersey , pitchers or two-way players, and position players will only be allowed to pitch in extra-inning games or a game with a run differential of seven or more. In concert with the the three-batter minimum I think this could work, and I like it. Call me a curmudgeon but we’ve seen way too many position players pitching of late. It’s fun when it’s a novelty, but not so much when it’s happening somewhere every night.Most importantly, the two sides have agreed to start negotiations on the economic stuff soon. That is a huge deal, as the CBA doesn’t expire until the end of 2021, and typically negotiations wouldn’t begin for at least a year. Clearly it is understood that these are going to be intense and important negotiations, and while starting early won’t guarantee an agreement before the CBA expires it is a good sign.Thomas B. Shea-USA TODAY SportsTony Sipp agrees to one-year deal with NationalsBefore the rule changes were announced, the big news for the day was another reliever signing with a team that is not the Red Sox. That would be Tony Sipp, who agreed to a one-year deal worth $1 million with Washington. Sipp is someone that many around these parts have mentioned of late as the best non-Kimbrel arm on the market. That was probably true, but says more about the market at this point than Sipp’s talent. The former Astros lefty is fine, don’t get me wrong, but I’m not sure he provides a chance at finding a third late-inning arm for this team, which is what they really need in this writer’s opinion. I certainly wouldn’t have objected had the Red Sox signed him to this deal, but I’m not sure it’s too big of a deal that they didn’t.



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