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Super Sunday Links 23 Jan 2011

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I say more fist pumps in 2011
I say more fist pumps in 2011

While the Astros were hitting new restaurants on the Winter Caravan, in their tricked out bus, I was jealous. While wondering if I could resurrect my career that ended at the age of 10, I put some delightful links together for your viewing pleasure. If you have any links you would like to contribute do so in the links below.



2011 NL Central At-A-Glance: Houston Astros - JSOnline
Bernies Crew does an indepth look at the outlook for the 2011 Astros.

Ten Questions with Mike Foltynewicz | News | The Official Site of Minor League Baseball
Astros prospect Mike Foltynewicz talks about the tough decision to forsake the University of Texas after being taken in the first round.



Interview With Alyson Footer
Complete with an unexpected shoutout to TCB. Good job, everyone, on keeping Drayton honest.

An Astros Q&A with Jim Deshaies | FanBlog: Astros | - Houston Chronicle
Chip Bailey does an interview with everyone's favorite color commentator.



Return Of The Two-Division Format, Part 1 | FanGraphs Baseball
Instead of adding another round to the playoffs Paul Swydan looks at the possibility of going back to a two division format.

Return of the Two-Divison Format, Part 2 | FanGraphs Baseball
The second part to redivisioning baseball.

Philadelphia Phillies' Matt Anderson on the long road back to the majors - ESPN
Legend has it that Matt Anderson's career was halted by an octopus -- yes, an octopus -- but now the hard-throwing right-hander is trying to make a comeback with the Phillies.

Now that most of them are boring, let's rank the MLB logos - ESPN
Off Base ranks the logos for each MLB team from No. 1 to 30.


Hall of Fame (it'll be over soon)

Joe Blogs: Trading 500 for 325
Ever wonder what Bagwell's stats would look like with a more hits and less walks? The Poz does the math for him as well as several other Hall of Fame candidates.