Open Thread: March 3rd Camp Notes

Poll: Second-Guessing the Matt Holliday Deal
Saturday Links: Gardner, Rule Changes, Farm System Rankings

The Yankees dropped their second game of the spring earlier today, and like the other loss, they rallied to tie in the top of the ninth inning before suffering the walk-off defeat. At least they have Fighting Spirit. Aaron Judge had a pair of singles and Ji-Man Choi had the game-tying two-run single in the ninth. Not much else happened offensively.

Luis Severino started and looked just okay. He allowed two runs on a Jose Bautista homer in 2.1 innings of work, and was generally all over the place. The camera angle was terrible, so I couldn’t tell whether he threw any changeups. I’m sure he did. Johnny Barbato struck out three in two innings. Here are the box score and video highlights for today’s game, and here is the rest of the day’s notes from camp:

This is the open thread for the evening. This afternoon’s game will not be replayed anywhere as far as I can tell, but MLB Network is showing games on tape delay all night. The Knicks, Nets, and Islanders are all in action as well, plus there’s some college basketball on as well. Talk about anything here, as long as it’s not religion or politics.

Poll: Second-Guessing the Matt Holliday Deal
Saturday Links: Gardner, Rule Changes, Farm System Rankings