• HaroldHecuba: Mike Mussina is EASTERN EUROPEAN, not Italian....

Aubrey is playfulCould A-Rod play shortstop while Jeter is on the shelf? Girardi won’t rule it out.

The Phils-Mets series is underway. Jayson Stark reported this winter that the Phils were talking about starting a fight with their NL East rivals. Will there be a brawl? The Mets say maybe.

The Orioles are in first place and Aubrey Huff — who went on a shock-jock radio show over the offseason and trashed Baltimore –  is jackin’ it. Any way you slice it, this is a feel-good story.

Joe Posnanski is scaling back while he goes into book mode. Don’t be a stranger, Joe.

Two blogosphere favorites face-off today: Phil Hughes vs. Brian Bannister.

One Response to “Tuesday Reading: This time, it’s personal.”

  1. After Utley getting hit 4x in today game, Lets play which Mets takes in the back tomorrow.

    Wright, Beltran, Reyes?

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