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.

  •’s Alyson Footer writes about the human side of Lou Gehrig on display in a letter of his.
  • On Cloud Conine shares a video by a Marlins fan who won’t shave until Jose Fernandez returns.
  • Friar Wire remembers 1984 going into a weekend of celebration of the Padres’ landmark season.
  • Curly W Live shares the story of the Nationals’ visit to Walter Reed Medical Center on Monday.
  • Better Off Red talks about BP with the Wounded Warrior Project at the Washington Monument.
  • Brewers Community Foundation Week begins next week and John & Cait provide all the details.
  • Beat writer Bryan Hoch previews the Yankees’ very convenient pair of series in the Windy City.
  • Murray Cook has photos and the story behind Canada’s first MLB Field Maintenance Clinics.
  • John Thorn’s picture portfolio feature in his Our Game blog is Wide World of Sports-themed.
  • Former Major League scout Bernie Pleskoff looks at the D-backs’ hiring of Tony La Russa.
  • Jesse Sanchez reports Cuban outfielder Daniel Carbonell is weighing offers from five teams.
  • TribeVibe tells how the cook at Progressive Field is growing veggies in the players lot garden.
  •’s Jonathan Mayo explores what to make of draft prospect Jacob Gatewood.
  • Rays Radio explains how there are plenty of reasons behind the Rays’ sluggish start to 2014.
  • Teen Pro Blogger Matthew Nadel reviews a baseball novel in his blog, Baseball with Matt.

The youngest Pro Blogger put together his scouting report on the visiting Reds at Matt’s Bats.


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