Wednesday Morning Links

Rick Yeatts

As a favor to Shin-Soo Choo, I am promoting the Olympics to my Twitter followers.

Happy birthday to my darling brother, who turned, I don't know, like a million yesterday.

The schedule for the Winter Caravan has been announced, and it's chock full of Morelandy goodness.

Because we wouldn't want anyone to unfairly taint the sanctity of The Hall with any sort of unseemliness, Rafael Palmiero is in danger of dropping off future ballots.

The Rangers are looking forward to showering Greg Maddux with hosannahs when the Hall of Fame results are announced.

Rob Shaw at Bloomberg Sports looks at Shin-Soo Choo's slugging and OBP vs lefties and on offspeed pitches over the last two years.

Apparently, the Rangers would like to bring Jeff Baker back because Mitch Moreland.

Shin-Soo Choo says that if he can play in 150 games this season good things will follow. He also said "When I go back to the United States, I will start the job of promoting the Olympics to the people around me, including my Rangers teammates," and I, for one, would absolutely love to hear those conversations.

Finally, has science finally found a way to give us the brain plasticity of a toddler and the willingness to learn of a not-toddler?

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