11:34 PM EST, Fri February 24, 2017
Los Angeles Times 6 hours ago

Angels reliever Andrew Bailey didn't waste much time as a free agent this off-season

In 1969, St. Louis Cardinals center fielder Curt Flood started carving the path toward free agency in professional sports, and in 1976, it became official: After six years of major league service, ballplayers could choose their next team on their own. Angels reliever Andrew Bailey might be one...
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TuesdoLinks: In glove with baseball

TuesdoLinks: In glove with baseball

Yesterday was Glove Day, when Wilson dropped off new mitts for the players. What could be more cool, even for millionaires, than to receive a new baseball glove direct from the manufacturer? Andrew Bailey represents all of the kid in all of us fans when he goes nuts for his new glove for the season, direct from the manufacturer. I mean, really, if you grew up playing baseball wasn't that new mitt just the very best moment? It's good to see that even for pros making relative fortunes, who afford to purchase gloves by the case, can still get giggly. Jump to...

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