Found April 04, 2013 on The Flagrant Fan:
The new issue of Big Leagues Magazine is out and features an article by your favorite Fan on Josh Johnson and how he is ready to rock for the Toronto Blue Jays. Also featured in the magazine is a chock full of articles by great writers, fantasy and prospect information and much more. There is an interview with MLB Radio's Mike Ferrin as just one of the exciting features this issue. The magazine is holding an opening week subscription special that you might want to check out too. It's big, it's bold and it is beautiful. Big Leagues Magazine.
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