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Friday, April 02, 2004
Looking Forward to 2004: Seattle Mariners. (Baseball Primer)

The ‘Burgh & I. A Pittsburgh-based Phillies fan on Pittsburgh sports. (A Citizen's Blog)

Aaron Gleeman on Milton Bradley and Jeriome Robertson. (The Hardball Times)

Know Your Enemy - Part V A - The Astros. (The Big Red C)

Know Your Enemy - Part V B - The Astros. (The Big Red C)

SI's 2004 Baseball Scouting Reports. As usual, Sports Illustrated's fearless forecast is almost exactly the same as last year's standings.
AL East: same.
AL Central: same.
AL West: Switch the Angels and Mariners.
NL East: Switch the Braves and Phillies.
NL Central: Drop the Pirates below the Reds and Brewers into last place.
NL West: Diamondbacks-Giants-Padres-Dodgers-Rockies. (Bold.)

Only Baseball Matters has added three new writers: Greg Hunnicut, Aaron Loomis and Doug Purdie.

2004 Boston Red Sox Preview. "The 2004 version of the Boston Red Sox is the best team the 103 year-old club has ever fielded. A record setting, punishing 2003 lineup returns virtually in tact while the run-prevention side of the ledger figures to improve dramatically." (The House that Dewey Built)

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