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Daily Link Dump 5/22/14

Links before the series finale.

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Kevin Towers has put his mansion up for sale.

Craig Calcaterra talks about the unwritten rules of front offices. A very good read.

Tom Ricketts, chairman of the Chicago Cubswill go to court with the owners of the Wrigley rooftops.

Miguel Olivo aspired to be a boxer. Like Mike Tyson, but without the ear biting. Oops.

Tony Blengino looks at just how good Yasiel Puig is.

Who are the slowest players to hit inside-the-park homers? August Fagerstrom has a GIF-laden article answering this question.

David Kagan looks at the physics of foul balls hit down the line. Very thought-provoking.

Jon Morosi thinks the Rangers need to turn their attention to next year.

Grant Brisbee is singing the praises of the Green and Gold.

Jon Griffin, who plays for the Diamondbacks' double-A affiliate in Mobile, hit five consecutive homers.

Here is Anthony Rizzo swinging at pitches that hit him.

Today's minor league action includes Drew Granier and Dylan Covey on the mound.

On this day a year ago, Jarrod Parker overcame a rough first inning, but the A's wasted tons of chances, including many from Adam Rosales, and the Rangers salvaged the series finale by a score of 3 to 1.

Today's starting lineup includes Coco Crisp and Jed Lowrie. Derek Norris has the day off.