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The Six Amazing Links You Literally Have To Click On Or You Will Be Eaten By Literal Lions, Metaphorically

Sunflower seeds flee in terror from Ehire Adrianza
Sunflower seeds flee in terror from Ehire Adrianza
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The SB Nation picture thing doesn't have any pictures of the Brewers puppy. SHAME ON YOU, WIDGET. SHAME ON YOU.

PUPPY UPDATE
PUPPY PUPPY PUPPY PUPPY PUPPY PUPPY PUPPY...UPDATE

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How To Get Backyard Baseball All Up In Your Life
If you are one of the many people who played Backyard Baseball, sometimes you might think "Dang, that game was fun and I wish I could play it again, except I don't have the ability to do that for reasons that I don't need to go into here because sufficient setup has already been provided for this link." Well, good news! Now the Internet has facilitated your being slightly more unproductive at work.

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Brian Wilson throws a knuckleball now
Brian Wilson is gross.

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Ian Kinsler hopes Texas Rangers go 0-162
Ron Washington responded by guaranteeing that the Rangers would not go 0-162. We all admire his courage and hope this prediction will not make him the laughingstock of baseball.

Also, we can be thankful that ESPN has found a way to disable autoplay on videos, technology that will no doubt be coming to the CSN website soon.

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An SF Giants infielder’s connection to Ozzie Guillen
Schulman has a nice story on Ozzie Guillen being Ehire Adrianza's godfather, but it's missing some details. Was Ozzie the longtime mob boss whose organization rookie cop Ehire was ordered to infiltrate? Or was Ehire the young go-getter whose aptitude for violence stunned even the most hardened criminals as he rose to the top?

Or maybe there's some sort of other meaning I'm failing to consider.

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2014 San Jose Giants Season Preview: Corner Infield
Joe Ritzo, who does the radio broadcasts of San Jose games, has a preview of possible corner infielders for the baby Giants. For some reason, Eddy Martinez-Esteve isn't even mentioned.