The Can of CornMarch 1, 2010

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The Can of Corn is reporting to spring training!

By Michael Stephens

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Springtime greetings from The Can of Corn! With baseball season less than 5 short weeks away, the guys at Fantasy Baseball Cafe Radio are getting ready to launch their third season of the Cafe’s own baseball podcast! We’ll be doing things a bit differently this preseason, pouring all of our focus into fantasy-related news, projections and advice for the upcoming season, and while we’ll still be breaking things down in a division-by-division fashion, you won’t have to listen to a lot of the wonky “general baseball” talk from years past – this time around, we’re set to cut away the fat and give you all the “white meat” to get you ramped up and fully prepared for the 2010 fantasy baseball season!

We’ll be launching three preseason shows (”Easts”, “Centrals” and “Wests”) which will break down the NL and AL teams from those respective divisions, hitting on all pertinent personnel changes, fantasy-relevant news and prospect/player development situations. After we are done with all three of these, we should be ready to launch into our third 25-week season, resurrecting all your favorite segments from seasons past, like Frozen Ropes, The Hot Corner, Battle of the Wits and much, much more!

We hope you’ll join us for another great season at Fantasy Baseball Cafe Radio, and we appreciate all of the Cafe’s support of The Can of Corn! Look for the first preseason show (the “Easts”) on of after Wednesday, March 3rd, and in the meantime you can reach the show through e-mail or twitter (information below) – we’ll be hearing from each other sooner than you can imagine!


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Michael Stephens is an avid sports enthusiast with over 9 years of fantasy experience who writes for the Cafe. He is an aspiring sports journalist who hopes to continue fantasy writing as a career in the future. Hailing from the Pacific Northwest, he is naturally a die-hard Mariner fan! You can find Michael in the Cafe's forums where he actively posts under the name WaCougMBS.
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