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Linkin' Blogs 5/15/10

Here's a list of can't miss posts from around the bloggerhood...

Written by me, 1BlueJaysWay has an article detailing former Orioles starting pitcher and #4 overall draft pick Adam Loewen's great strides to reinvent himself as an everyday player after injuries to his arm ended his pitching career. Check that article out by clicking here.

Martin Frank of The News Journal's Philled In Blog, that was defeated by PhoulBallz.com in The Phield tournament, has all your details on the Rays designating Pat Burrell for assignment. Check that out by clicking here.

Todd Zolecki's The Zo Zone has info on Jamie Moyer becoming the 2nd pitcher in MLB history to allow 500 homeruns. The other man who allowed 500 homers...Phillies Hall of Famer Robin Roberts. Read the Zo Zone by clicking here.

This week, Pal of PhoulBallz, Ryan, guest posted in the weekly male gender slot at Chicks Dig the Longball. It's the all MLB Uemployment team! Check that out here.

Meech of The Fightins has definitive proof that Hanley Ramirez of the Florida Marlins also uses controversial devices to steal signs from his opponents. Have a look at that by clicking here.

The men over at The 700 Level have featured a Flyers fan who fan fly! Check out this bird doing some Flyers chants by clicking here. And congratulations to the Flyers and their phans for making history!

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