Thursday, August 21, 2014
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Phillies enter spring training with new attitudes, tactics, teams

- For those worried about Jonathan Papelbon's feelings, keep in mind that he had never before pitched for a losing team until last year, including in high school.

Phillies enter spring training with new attitudes, tactics, teams

(AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)
(AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

- For those worried about Jonathan Papelbon's feelings, keep in mind that he had never before pitched for a losing team until last year, including in high school.

- For those worried about Jimmy Rollins' torso, don't worry, he's prepared to face RoboCop.

- For those worried about Joe Savery and how he'll do in Oakland, he seems to be making fast friends.

- For those worried about the Olympics getting weird, don't worry, they, um.

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- Bo Porter, Astros manager, has taken it upon himself to text his players inspirational quotes at 6:45 in the morning. These are some of the totally real texts he has sent.

- Where is Tanaka WHERE IS TANAKA

- Meanwhile, the drone hovering over Nationals training camp has become an osprey wrapped in garbage. Humans are the worst.

 

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