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- Federal Baseball has full coverage of the press conference to introduce Jayson Werth to Washington.
- The Good Phight wonders if the Phillies need a stinkin' bullpen now that they have the best rotation in baseball.
- Amazin' Avenue has exclusive video from the Mets annual Holiday party, including an interview with Santa Wright.
- Beyond The Boxscore has a stunning interactive infographic of every MLB trade since 2006.
- T.O.s latest comments aimed at the Cincy coaches? Cincy Jungle says no big deal.
- Hogs Haven speaks to Redskins tight end Chris Cooley.
- Bolts From The Blue details the Chargers leaping in and out of the playoff picture week to week.
- The Dolphins so-so season is leaving The Phinsider with mixed-emotions.
- Silver Screen and Roll defends now-former Laker, Sasha Vujacic because someone has to.
- Peachtree Hoops wonders if Jamal Crawford is playing injured or just not in the right role.
- Blazers Edge explains Brandon Roy's erratic comments.
- Burnt Orange Nation calls the hiring of Teryl Austin to replace Will Muschamp "curious," but notes that "there are encouraging positives, and nothing that sounds obvious alarms."
- Regarding the Hawkeyes' PR issues concerning drugs and the football program, Black Heart Gold Pants wonders which divide is bigger, the one between the Iowa football administration and Iowa football fans or the one between perception and reality.
- Last night was not good for unbeaten basketball teams. Rocky Top Talk says that the Volunteers were let down by what appeared to be their strengths in an 89-82 loss to Oakland, and Louisville blog Card Chronicle says there was simply no excuse for the Cardinals' 52-46 loss to Drexel.
- Dynamo Theory recaps the rather hectic MLS Re-Entry Draft.
- Who can score for the the Buffalo Sabres? Die By The Blade asks.
- With Kari Lehtonen out, Andrew Raycroft is providing stability in the Dallas net, says Defending Big D.