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Lyle Overbay was 1-18 against Odalis Perez when he faced him in the second inning last night.

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Hello, hockey fans in Canada and the United States.

I trust we now have your undivided attention?
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Yeah, I hate when that happens.
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The Jays were colded out yesterday.
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Hey, no one goes undefeated.
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Burnett vs Robertson, at 1:05 this afternoon. Curse these weekday afternoon games!
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And we get a whole day to enjoy it.
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Now the Mets beat the Cardinals?
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Just a few days of spring training left. The starters seem to be in place now. The battle will be for the final couple bullpen spots.
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Another bunch of meaningless games. Can we tease out some meaningful stuff?
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In the current poll thread discussion, Bauxite zeppelinkm pleads,

"Can we please get a thread up to talk about Roy Halladay (or a general Jays thread at least!). Pleeeeeeeease! He's reinvented himself again (well, at least his approach), and it's awesome to watch.  I have no one to discuss the awesomeness of Halladay with..."

So here it is. Over to you zep (or any Bauxite who wants to jump in) ... Roy Halladay has "reinvented himself again," you say? What's that mean, and why should we be talking about it?

Go!

Four wins, two losses, and a tie. Not that anyone's counting. There's more interesting stuff to consider this spring.
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Halladay starts out well against the Sox in a 4-1 win.
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Sammy Sosa is in Rangers camp now ... In bigger Lone Star baseball news, Roger Clemens is in Astros camp (sort of) ... Another former Yankee hurler, El Duque Hernandez, has a real pain in the neck ... Meanwhile, still another veteran pitcher, Curt Schilling, says he definitely will file for free agency ...

In other news, the Cardinals are planning on using Braden Looper in the rotation, while the Dodgers plan to hit Rafael Furcal and Juan Pierre (!) 1-2 in the lineup this season ...

What else?

Jeff Blair reports that the Jays and John Gibbons have agreed to an extension through the 2008 season. The deal will reportedly pay Gibbons $650,000 in 2008.
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