I've been a little busy today, so here are some notes to catch up:
Taillon will start the 2011 season in West Virginia.
-Kristy from Hands Off My Pirate Booty was at Pirate City today, and passed along a report that Jameson Taillon mentioned he will be starting the 2011 season in West Virginia. There has been a lot of talk about how Taillon could start out the season in West Virginia, but this marks the first time I've seen anyone from the team talk about it.
-Jennifer Langosch reported today that John Bowker and Josh Rodriguez were both dealing with minor injuries. Bowker has left wrist soreness, while Rodriguez has right-quad tightness. Both are likely to miss a few days.
-I mentioned today in my Draft Prospects Rundown that Austin Kubitza had a great outing this weekend, ...
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