Rays journal: Why Kevin Cash was yelling at the Pirates - Marc Topkin, TB Times: Some spring fireworks, both with the bats and the Pirates bean balling.
5 things we know about Rays after 10 games - Juan Toribio, MLB.com: Early impressions from Juan.
Glasnow adjusting to new hitch in delivery - J. Scott Butherus, MLB.com: Glasnow using spring to continue to develop his new delivery, and reach that next level.
Why we can’t all relate to Tommy Pham’s fire - Marc Topkin, TB Times: A profile on the tremendously talented and constantly scrutinized Rays star.
The move Blake Snell wants the Rays to make - Marc Topkin, TB Times: It might seem crazy, but we’ve heard the old, “there’s no $8M Closer walking through that door” before. Perhaps there is a $15M Closer that could walk through that door...
Sounds of Spring
Around the League
Sunday Notes: Scouting Put Brock Burke on the Rangers’ Radar - David Laurila, Fan Graphs: The scouting side seemed to be the dominate voice over data in the decision to target former Rays prospect Brock Burke in the Pagan-Profar-Burke three team swap.
MLB players love our caps. The people who make them for us deserve fair wages. - Sean Doolittle, The Washington Post: Washington Nationals RP and overall pretty great guy Sean Doolittle makes his case for keeping union factory laborers employed.
Bryce Harper May Already Be Past His Prime - Travis Sawchik, FiveThirtyEight: Fascinating read from Sawchik. Earlier peaks for the best players puts Harper in some interesting company, and potentially scary comps for Phillies fans.
‘The Sandlot’ Sequel Series Has a Two Season Order With the Original Cast Returning - Ethan Anderton, SlashFilm: I’m almost certain that this TV series sequel to a classic movie from my childhood will be not good, but I’m very certain I will watch it.
Vlad Jr.'s swing is effortless. #SpringTraining pic.twitter.com/FMW9pr3vPW— MLB (@MLB) March 3, 2019