Pro Blogs of the Day

These are some of the latest PRO posts within the Major League Baseball family. If you have a post of your own you want to feature, make sure to leave a link in the comments below.

  • The Giants’ Brandon Crawford answers some reader questions in his Brandon & Brandon blog.
  • Giants outfielder Gregor Blanco explains how he has two families: at home and the clubhouse.
  • Friar Wire posted video of Yonder Alonso’s reaction to receiving the silent treatment after a homer.
  • The Cutoff Man tells how the Mets honored Derek Jeter in what was likely his final visit to Citi Field.
  •’s Jonathan Mayo has some tidbits in his blog ahead of the upcoming 2014 Draft.
  • Baseball Books has an excerpt from Paul Hagen’s article reviewing Bill Madden’s new book, 1954.
  • Fantasy 411 looks at the closer chaos affecting baseball and its impact on fantasy managers.
  • The Tigers compiled a list of seven things you might have missed last week at Comerica Park.
  • TribeVibe profiles Kyle Crockett, the first member of the 2013 Draft class to make it to the Majors.
  • Royals broadcaster Steve Stewart recaps some of the strange weather the team has encountered.
  • Twins Pics shared a gallery of Brace Hemmelgarn’s photos from the Twins’ win over the Red Sox.
  • Thursday was Japanese Heritage Night at AT&T Park and SF Giants Photos has the photos.
  • Braves Give highlights the organizations 2014 Honorary Bat Girl for Mother’s Day, Lori Smith.
  • Phillies Insider dips into the archives with an image from the first American League night game.
  • A young Pro Blogger put together his scouting report on the New York Mets over at Matt’s Bats.

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