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Gordon's speed will help ease transition to CF

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We don’t know exactly how Dee Gordon will look as the Mariners’ center fielder in 2018. After all, he’s never played a game outside the middle infield in his Major League career. But we do know this: He’s more than fast enough to handle the position.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Prospective Cards OFers eager to stand out

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In a spring camp that may not boast many true position competitions, the one between Harrison Bader and Tyler O’Neill will be one to watch.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Gwynn's SD impact highlighted by 'Mr. Padre'

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Reverence for Tony Gwynn, as both a person and a ballplayer, has extended throughout San Diego and the entire baseball landscape for decades.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Will Angels retire Vlad's No. 27?

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This summer, Vladimir Guerrero will become the first player to enter the Hall of Fame as an Angel. Could he also become the seventh person to have his number retired by the franchise?
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Taillon fights against bullying at X Games

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Pirates pitcher Jameson Taillon took a break from his offseason routine over the weekend to stop by the 2018 X Games in Aspen, Colo. The 26-year-old right-hander was representing Major League Baseball on behalf of the Shred Hate bullying-prevention initiative.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Vlad receives hero's welcome in return to DR

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Former big league slugger Vladimir Guerrero was known for always being humble, and his people in the Dominican Republic welcomed him as a hero after being elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Source: D-backs add veteran reliever Feliz

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The D-backs continued to add veteran relief candidates Sunday as they agreed to terms with right-hander Neftali Feliz on a Minor League contact which includes an invitation to Spring Training.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

White Sox in no rush on future for Abreu, Avi

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The White Sox enter the 2018 season with Jose Abreu and Avisail Garcia, two of their most valuable players on and off the field, remaining part of their rebuild. And with two years of club control remaining over each of these veteran stalwarts, there’s no rush to decide on their future.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Counsell: Hader to start season in bullpen

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After months of speculation about Josh Hader’s role for 2018, Brewers officials said Sunday that the left-hander will remain in a relief role to begin this season.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Best repped on Top 100: Braves, Padres, White Sox

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One of the best things about the release of MLB Pipeline’s Top 100 Prospects list is scouring it to see how your favorite team fares on the list. Who’s at the top in terms of top 100 representation? That can be answered in more than one way.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Breaking down the Top 100 Prospects list

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It’s that time of year again, prospect fans. MLB Pipeline’s Top 100 Prospects list is out, ready to be perused, deconstructed and analyzed. Undoubtedly, folks will have a lot to say about who is (and isn’t) on the rankings.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Jones talks pending free agency at FanFest

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Orioles center fielder Adam Jones has never been shy about sharing his opinions, and his appearance Saturday at Orioles FanFest was no different.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

MLB: Marlins, Pirates in compliance with Collective Bargaining Agreement

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Responding to concerns on the part of the Major League Baseball Players Association about the spending patterns of the Miami Marlins and Pittsburgh Pirates, Major League Baseball released a statement Friday expressing confidence in both clubs’ compliance with the Collective Bargaining Agreement’s revenue sharing provisions.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Re-ranking the 2008 Top 50 Prospects list

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Ten years ago, MLB.com put out a Top 50 Prospects list. With a decade of performance and data to mine through, it’s a little easier to figure out a re-ranking.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Will Eaton's return provide big lift for Nats?

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Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo made three key moves this offseason by signing slugger Matt Adams and reuniting with utility man Howie Kendrick and reliever Brandon Kintzler. The return of outfielder Adam Eaton, however, could ultimately prove to be Washington’s biggest addition.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Rodon cleared to begin throwing program

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Carlos Rodon has been cleared to begin a throwing program Monday as he works back toward the Majors following season-ending arthroscopic surgery on his left shoulder in September.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

White Sox to extend protective netting

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The White Sox plan to extend the protective netting at Guaranteed Rate Field to the end of each dugout and over the top of the dugout, as announced by the team Friday at SoxFest.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Braun open to playing first base for Crew

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With the Brewers suddenly flush with outfielders, Ryan Braun might be moving back to the infield — at least on an occasional basis.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Brewers' gutsy moves ignite Hot Stove at last

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On Thursday, the Milwaukee Brewers awarded Lorenzo Cain with the richest free-agent contract signed by any player this offseason and traded for Christian Yelich, who is less than one year removed from his star turn as Team USA’s No. 3 hitter at the World Baseball Classic. Thanks to an unlikely ignitor, the Hot Stove is smoldering at last.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Modern prospects rising faster than ever before

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The game’s increasing reliance on young talent tells us the vast majority of MLB Pipeline’s top 100 prospects in baseball are going to get their opportunity soon enough.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Yankees, Red Sox broadcasters talk rivalry

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The timeless rivalry between the Red Sox and the Yankees warmed the Hot Stove on Thursday evening, with two hours of baseball discussion between broadcasting legends Joe Castiglione, John Sterling and Suzyn Waldman, simulcast on WEEI in Boston and WFAN in New York.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Morning Lineup Podcast: Busy Brewers

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Anthony Castrovince and Richard Justice look at the Brewers adding Christian Yelich and Lorenzo Cain, and what that means for the free-agent outfield market.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Brewers revamp outfield with Yelich, Cain

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It was a blockbuster Thursday night for the Brewers, who acquired Marlins outfielder Christian Yelich for four premium prospects, including top-rated Lewis Brinson, then struck a deal with free agent Lorenzo Cain pending a physical exam.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Tribe legend Thome a first-ballot Hall of Famer

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On Wednesday, Jim Thome was voted into the Hall of Fame Class of 2018 by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America, alongside Chipper Jones, Vladimir Guerrero and Trevor Hoffman.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Diekman wins Hutch Award for community service

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Jake Diekman knows how to fight. He knows how to win. And he knows how to give back to others who also vow to fight and win. Diekman was honored as the 53rd recipient of the prestigious Hutch Award for outstanding community service during the annual Hutch Award Luncheon at Safeco Field on Wednesday afternoon
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Chipper, Vlad, Thome, Hoffman elected to Hall

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The results of the 74th annual BBWAA Hall of Fame election are in, and four players will be enshrined in Cooperstown, N.Y., on July 29 as part of the Class of 2018: Chipper Jones, Vladimir Guerrero, Jim Thome and Trevor Hoffman.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Santana falls off HOF ballot in first year

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Former Twins ace Johan Santana, a two-time American League Cy Young Award winner, fell short of remaining on the ballot for the Hall of Fame, receiving 2.4 percent of the votes, as announced on MLB Network on Wednesday night.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

DYK? Pace picks up as 4 head to Cooperstown

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Four new players are headed to Cooperstown. When the Baseball Writers’ Association of America announced the results of its 2018 ballot on Wednesday night, first-timers Chipper Jones and Jim Thome had cleared the 75-percent threshold needed for induction, along with ballot holdovers Vladimir Guerrero and Trevor Hoffman.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Grichuk eyes bigger production with Toronto

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New Toronto outfielder Randal Grichuk has spend some of his offseason working to improve his swing — and his eyes. Grichuk has been doing eye-training exercises that he hopes will help lead to a productive season with the Blue Jays.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Report: Brewers make trade offer for Yelich

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If Marlins outfielder Christian Yelich is the next Miami player on the move, count the Brewers among the teams interested in reeling him in.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Fears assuaged: Sausages staying with Crew

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The racing sausages will keep sizzling at Miller Park in 2018 and beyond, the Brewers assured fans Tuesday in the wake of a report that the team had terminated its agreement with longtime sponsor Klement’s.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

How MLB.com writers voted in HOF balloting

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Thirteen MLB.com reporters were among those eligible to cast ballots in the 2018 Hall of Fame vote conducted by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America. Here’s a look at how they voted.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Source: Cubs ink Gimenez to Minors deal

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A source confirmed reports that the Cubs have signed Chris Gimenez, 35, to a Minor League deal with an invitation to big league Spring Training.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Giants find center fielder, sign free agent A-Jax

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The Giants and free-agent center fielder Austin Jackson have agreed to a two-year deal, the team announced Monday. A source told MLB.com’s Mark Feinsand that the contract is worth $6 million, and it could reach $8.5 million with incentives.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Inbox: Will Seattle try to extend Cruz's deal?

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Who will lead off for Seattle, Dee Gordon or Jean Segura? Can Nick Vincent avoid a late-season letdown? Beat reporter Greg Johns opens up the Inbox.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Crew in on Yu? Pitcher's tweet stirs intrigue

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Have the Brewers jumped into the fray for top free-agent starter Yu Darvish? The pitcher himself ensured his nearly two million Twitter followers were pondering that question on Sunday night.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

5 teams that could surprise us in '18

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Figuring out who the surprise teams of ’18 will be is the difficult part. But there are plenty of serious candidates. Here’s a look at five who appear to have a legitimate chance to jump into contention.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Applying Rock Hall standards to Baseball Hall

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The Baseball Writers’ Association of America will announce the 2018 Hall of Fame class at 6 p.m. ET on Wednesday on MLB Network, and this is shaping up to be an inordinately large class.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

10 reasons McGriff's HOF case is overlooked

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Fred McGriff ranks among the more unfortunate Hall of Fame candidates in terms of the timing of his career. While his résumé will likely be passed on to the Veterans Committee, it’s worth remembering where McGriff stood at the time of his peak.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

BBWAA to hand out hardware at annual dinner

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Each January, the baseball world gathers the best of the best in midtown Manhattan for the annual New York BBWAA Awards Dinner, putting a bow on the 2017 season while getting pumped up for the start of Spring Training.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

HOF class could set record for living inductees

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When Hall of Fame president Jeff Idelson reveals the Baseball Writers’ Association of America 2018 election results Wednesday on MLB Network and MLB.com, it is expected to set a record for most living inductees over any five-year span.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Making sense of unsigned free agents

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For years now, it has been clear to many people around the game that baseball is in the midst of a salary bubble … and eventually that bubble is probably going to burst. The bubble burst might be what we’re seeing now with the collection of very good ballplayers — J.D. Martinez, Eric Hosmer, Yu Darvish, Lorenzo Cain, Jake Arrieta, Mike Moustakas, etc. — still looking for their club even as Spring Training looms barely a month away.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Rolen a better player than most remember

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Let’s take this head on: There are only nine position players, nine total players, who have 70 or more Wins Above Replacement in both Baseball-Reference and FanGraphs configurations and are not in the Hall of Fame.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

MLB Network to unveil top 50 finishes in history

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What is your favorite finish of a game in baseball history? Is it Carlton Fisk waving his home run just inside the Fenway Park foul pole? David Freese willing the Cardinals to World Series glory? Or one of the countless other classics? Or maybe you can’t decide? MLB Network can help.
Source: MLB Baseball Blog

Top 10 Best Wheel Locks Review 2018 and Buying Guide

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The most effective method to Choose The Best Wheel Locks

​Ok, listen painstakingly in the event that you would prefer not to get your wheels helped. We will disclose precisely how to pick the fitting wheel clips and fasteners that should protect your auto. We should begin with the clasps.

Picking the correct wheel clips

The most imperative part here is that the clips fit the size and state of your wheels. There are numerous kinds of braces available, and it doesn’t make a difference in case you’re driving a train, an Escalade or a standard family auto. Along these lines, this implies taking a precise estimation of your wheels. Clearly, the genuine range of the wheel (counting ​the tires as well).

Likewise, measure the wheel curve, so you know whether this wheel keeps the clip set up, or if there is any space for it to move. Moreover, there are overwhelming and lightweight clasps, however the harder and heavier, the better (since this makes them sturdier).

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Note that some auto producers have details for wheel cinches in their manuals, so make sure to check with these, in the event that something goes wrong. At long last, it’s ​an brilliant plan to get a cinch that has a specific delicate covering on it, since this will spare you edges from getting scratched.

In this way, here’s a fast outline of what to search for in wheel cinches:

  • ​Get the correct size for your auto
  • ​Has a delicate covering
  • ​Tough and strong materials

We live in risky circumstances, troublesome times.There has been an ascent in wheel robberies as of late, and it doesn’t appear to quiet down. What’s more, that, as well as if your wheels get stolen, your auto is basically futile for quite a while (also the cost of substitution wheels), and this is a wrongdoing that is difficult to follow.

Presently, we comprehend this may have sounded extraordinary, however simply remember that auto wheel robbery is a thing that happens, and a thing that happens regularly. Simply the tires, also the edges and the substitution costs, are colossal. Anyway, what would it be a good idea for you to do? Bolt your wheels.

You can do this by either getting wheel cinches or bolting fasteners. With these two things, you can rest guaranteed that your auto’s wheels will be protected. In the event that you need to know how to utilize this, and how to get the best wheel bolt for your auto, simply read on and discover.

Auto Repair in Fullerton

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If you are stumped by just how to keep your vehicle running like new, then consider coming in to see our staff. We will be here for you six days our of every week and have decades of experience to back up our claims. With a 12-Month/12,000 Mile Nationwide Warranty, we make sure that you are covered no matter where you decide to travel.

Fullerton Auto Repair

We at Phillips Tire Co. near Fullerton CA are a trusted source when it comes to the upkeep of your vehicle through exact auto repair. Since 1976 we have been thriving in the automotive repair industry and have been doing so by being constantly committed to the repair industry as a whole. Our technicians are consistently learning new trends and repair techniques, making the upkeep of your car rather simple. The best car amplifier is the JL Audio JX1000/1D that has 1000 watts RMS and vairable bass boost centered at 45Hz. It is a premium amplifier for those looking for the best sound quality from their car speaker setup

Anyone can clearly see our enthusiasm for everything automotive by stopping into our facilities and meeting with any one of our ASE Certified Technicians. We will sit with you and recommend the best course of action for both your vehicle and your budget. As a family owned and operated facility we will never overcharge you for unnecessary services. Just call 714-681-1203 and we will give you an accurate estimate on the services your car might need.