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-- Over The Monster has some Red Sox notes on the 40-man roster and the 60-day disabled list.
-- Amazin' Avenue takes a look at the Mets' bullpen problem.
-- Beyond The Boxscore uses PITCHf/x to analyze eight rookie starting pitchers.
-- South Side Sox wonders when Alexei Ramirez will start hitting.
-- Inspiration for James Harden — revenge games of NBA past.
-- Did the Raptors win too much this season to consider it "successful"?
-- Does market size and media attention translate to success?
-- How can the Minnesota Wild sweeten the pot for hometown kid Zach Parise?
-- The Copper & Blue thinks Linus Omark never got a fair chance.
-- The Cannon analyzes the full-time hire of Todd Richards as Columbus head coach.
-- The Patriots have a very crowded wide-receiver situation, and Pats Pulpit breaks it all down.
-- The Rams are the latest team looking at upgrading their stadium or facing a possible move. Turf Show Times has the latest proposal.
-- Hogs Haven looks at the Redskins' ground game after bringing back Tim Hightower.
-- Big Blue View has the story of 2010 third-round pick Chad Jones who was seriously injured in a car wreck and was released.
-- With news of the arrest of three more players on the Arkansas football team, Team Speed Kills wonders if the Razorbacks are trying to become the Florida Gators and how they're going to do it without any wide receivers.
-- Dawg Sports provides a helpful public service to Georgia fans with a Monday morning recap of the Bulldogs' non-revenue sports.
-- BC Interruption tries to make sense of the mixed smoke signals given by Seminole officials about FSU's interest or lack thereof in joining the Big 12.
-- The stat nerds at Sounder at Heart come up with a very stat-heavy way of doing the MLS Power Rankings.
-- FC Dallas' season is spiraling out of control. Big D Soccer weighs reasons for optimism and doom.
-- Bloody Elbow's Fraser Coffeen talks to Strikeforce announcer Mauro Ranallo about the future of the troubled promotion.
--Bloody Elbow had some of the only live coverage of the FILA amateur wrestling world cup in the English-speaking world this weekend.