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jason heyward cubsSurprise: I’m off to Arizona today to take in a couple days of Spring Training (before heading back out for a longer visit from March 16-24). There should still be a normal flow of articles around here, but you’ll also want to make sure to be following on Twitter and Facebook to get the full slate of tidbits from my time out west.

Naturally, my left ear randomly plugged up last night, and has not yet dissipated, which means my flight is going to be a nightmare of pain. Neat.

  • Last night’s three-team trade rumor involving the Reds, the Blue Jays, and the Angels (Jay Bruce would have gone to the Jays, Michael Saunders to the Angels, and prospects to the Reds) is currently dead, according to Buster Olney. Apparently the medical review yielded issues with a non-Bruce player (Jeff Passan).
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  • Jeff Sullivan takes a look at the state of parity in baseball today, and it’s pretty ridiculous how much more competitive the AL is becoming at the same time that the NL becomes extremely tiered.
  • At The Athletic, Sahadev Sharma looks at a series of questions facing the Cubs this year that will ultimately go to whether they compete deep into the season and postseason.

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  • Flipping through Amazon, this popped up on my recommendations, and I honestly thought Amazon was trying to sell me a home plate pillow. And I just figured it knew me better than I know myself. Wouldn’t you want to sleep on a home plate pillow?

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Brett Taylor

Brett Taylor is the Editor of Bleacher Nation, and you can find him on Twitter at @BleacherNation.

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