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Daily Link Dump 4/27/15

Links for the off-day.

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Tonight will be the first game the Rays have played this season without a roof.

John Jaso will be out until at least June. He hurt his wrist in the very first inning on Opening Day.

Josh Hamilton is officially returning to Texas.

Jarrod Saltalamacchia has been designated for assignment.

If it wasn't for the Phillieswe'd all have a designated hitter.

Ben Duronio believes Josh Reddick is hitting his stride once again.

For those of you looking for games to watch while the A's have the day off, NERD scores are back! These numbers evaluate which games should be the most exciting.

Alex Guerrero is tearing it up, but where can he fit into the lineup?

How will Adam Wainwright's injury affect the Cardinals? If you were in charge of the organization, how would you handle it?

Which pitches are the best, and which pitchers' overall bodies of work outperform the actual stuff they throw? Saul Jackman looks at these things in his study of pitch arsenal.

Chris Towers look at breakout candidates for fantasy teams, including Jesse Chavez.

A high school softball pitcher threw a perfect game ... and lost? Yes. You read that correctly.

The Phillies are trying to ship Jonathan Papelbon up to Boston. That pun was too easy.

The Mets plan to use a six-man rotation to assist with Matt Harvey's recovery from Tommy John surgery.

Susan Slusser looks at Ryan Cook's return, players rehabbing and upcoming plans for the rotation.

Tonight's minor league action includes Arnold Leon on the hill for Nashville.

On this day a year ago, the A's fell 5-1 to Houston and Collin McHugh.