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Opening Day is in less than a week!

Monday's Say Hey, Baseball includes a reminder that Opening Day is soon, the Orioles' latest weirdness and how 2016 could go wrong for the Tigers.

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Sure, things might seem a little boring right now in the baseball world. Sunday was Easter, and all you're getting for news at this point are opt-outs and roster cuts from fringe players. (OK, OK, sometimes you get disappointing injury news, too.) However, this is all leading to what we've all been waiting for, which is the start of actual baseball that counts: the 2016 season is just six days away!

By this time next week, a few teams will have already kicked off the next campaign, and everyone else will be set to begin. In the meantime, we've got previews to wade through, Montreal's annual exhibition hosting of the Blue Jays -- this time against the Red Sox -- and some final roster decisions across the league. Maybe it's not as great as Actual Baseball, but we can all agree it's better than another inning of spring training action. Especially since now it feels like there's an end in sight for all of it.

Cardinals vs. Pirates. Blue Jays vs. Rays. Mets vs. Royals in a World Series rematch. Just six more days, and we'll get Matt Harvey and Adam Wainwright and Alex Gordon and Jose Bautista in our lives once more. We've already waited this long. We can do six more days, right? Guess we kind of have to.