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One week. That’s all that separates us and regular season baseball. Can you feel it? Huh? Can you feel it? All right, I’ll shut up. Either way, the games will soon start counting for real, which means the all-important mailbag is beginning to take on a life of its own. I received some solid questions this week, so even if yours wasn’t answered, don’t be shy about coming back next week. You just never know what rabbit will be pulled out of the hat going forward. I feel for Daniel Bard. Was the starter experiment such a bust that Bard cannot mentally get back to his former self? Also, I love Daniel Nava’s attitude and flexibility. How long is remaining on his contract? –DJ, Baltimore It’s hard not to feel for Daniel Bard. Not only was the magnitude of his drop-off last season almost unimaginable, but it was such an in-your-face fall from grace. (Who knew I was also a poet?) Some supported the decision to put him in the starting rotation, while others feared the worst. Regardless of y...
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