This week in baseball blogs…
theScore talks with Red Sox starter Nathan Eovaldi.
Armchair All Americans asks how the Pirates can fix Chris Archer.
PhilliesNation (links: 1, 2) interviews franchise icon Jimmy Rollins.
Know Hitter writes about five potential August trade candidates.
Chin Music Baseball identifies five hitters who have been successful this year in spite of their free-swinging ways.
Rising Apple doesn’t want the Mets to wait until the offseason to hire a general manager.
Notes from the Sally ranks the 10 best hitters from South Atlantic and Appalachian Leagues.
The Sports Tank gives credit to the Athletics for acquiring Mike Fiers.
Rox Pile notes that the Rockies’ issues go beyond their bullpen.
Motor City Bengals lists the best September call-ups in Tigers history.
Everything Bluebirds is optimistic about the 2019 Blue Jays.
Bucs Dugout (links: 1, 2) offers interviews with Pirates outfield prospect Travis Swaggerty and announcer Joe Block.
Call to the Pen (links: 1, 2) names three teams that should be aggressive with waiver claims this month and runs down starters the Phillies could use in lieu of Nick Pivetta.
Friars On Base wonders who will close for the Padres in 2019.
A’s Farm takes a look at the team’s late-season minor league leaders.
Jays Journal (links: 1, 2) interviews Blue Jays prospect Maverik Buffo.
The Pinch Runner lists starters the A’s should target during the upcoming offseason.
Reviewing The Brew believes it’s time the Brewers make Jeremy Jeffress their full-time closer in place of the struggling Corey Knebel.
RaysColoredGlasses proposes an all-rookie lineup for Tampa Bay.
MetsMerizedOnline.com runs through the team’s top shortstop prospects.
Pinstriped Prospects has a scouting report on Yankees pitching prospect Roansy Contreras.
The K Zone revisits a past interview with righty Jacob Nix, who had an excellent major league debut with the Padres on Friday.
The Point of Pittsburgh looks at Francisco Cervelli’s growing injury history and what the future may hold for him.
MLB & Fantasy Baseball Analyzed argues that it’s time to retire wins and losses for pitchers.
Foul Territory shares a funny story involving Barry Bonds and a heckler.
Mets Daddy criticizes Harold Reynolds of MLB Network for his NL Cy Young analysis.
The Runner Sports details Alex Bregman’s off-the-field generosity.
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