We've now entered week three of our six week preview series, and this week will be focusing on the AL East. Today, we're heading into Red Sox day, chock-full of pieces focusing on the most disappointing team of the 2012 season, a team that has reloaded with veterans for 2013.
On Friday, we concluded our NL East preview week with Nationals day. Here's your recap.
Since Friday, we've had quite a lot of non-preview content get posted here at TOC. Here's what you missed.
–Bobby Valentine is the new athletic director at Sacred Heart University.
-Garrett looked at the best and worst photos from team photo day.
–Alex Rodriguez admitted he wants to stay with the Yankees.
-The Astros raucously celebrated a walk-off win against a pitching machine.
–Prince Fielder's first swing of the spring was a monstrous home run.
–Bryce Harper's first spring game as a full-time left fielder started with a circus catch.
–Mike McCoy and Ryan Langerhans of the Blue Jays had a very scary collision in the outfield.
–Jeffrey Loria wrote a letter to Marlins fans, and he still doesn't get it.
-Curt Schilling's bloody sock was sold at auction.
-JA Happ hit Curtis Granderson in the forearm with a pitch, breaking it and putting Granderson out of action for ten weeks.
–Chris Young made a great catch in right field for the A's, and hurt his quad in the process.
Welcome to Red Sox day, and enjoy your Spring Training, everyone.