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Daily Link Dump 5/19/14

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Off-day links.

Jason Miller

Bob Ryan of the Boston Globe made a very stupid argument, and Craig Calcaterra called him out for it.

Calcaterra touts the accomplishments of the A's and Tigers on HBT Daily.

Yasiel Puig took part in some excellent bat-flipping.

Well done, whoever manufactured the Prince Fielder bobbleheads.

Jungle Bird ran on the field at Friday's Nationals game, and was handled with unnecessary force. Perhaps his most notable appearance was at the US Open when it was held in San Francisco.

Jamie Moyer authored a very insightful tweet that deserves your full attention.

Dave Cameron responds to Bob Ryan's comments.

Fangraphs' playoff odds show the Tigers and A's simply outclassing everyone.

Only five games are on tap for this Monday evening. Don't forget that all 30 teams will play on Memorial Day, so many have tonight off.

Former big-league outfielder Gabe Kapler reports on Jarrod Parker's second comeback from Tommy John surgery.

Old Hoss Radbourn scoffs at pitch counts.

Baseball Prospectus' Ben Lindbergh looks at the A's lack of pitch framing.

Tonight's minor league games include Chris Jensen pitching for the RockHounds.

On this day a year ago, the A's topped the Royals by a score of 4 to 3 to finish off a three-game sweep in which all games were decided by one run. The A's mustered just eight runs in the series, but managed to fend off Kansas City.