Some recommended reading out there ...
We start out with Paul Lukas' Uni Watch preview for the season, which catalogs all the changes, specials, patches and everything else you can imagine.
Sticking to Page 2, Jim Caple writes about the Mariners celebrating their first Opening Day without announcer Dave Niehaus, who broadcast nearly every game in team history.
My colleagues over at ESPN New York have a fantastic list and photo gallery of the 50 greatest Yankees of all time. You can vote here. I was asked to participate in the initial voting. My top 10: Ruth, Mantle, Gehrig, Berra, Jeter, DiMaggio, Ford, Posada, Rivera, Dickey. I've written a post that's approaching 4,000 words on this topic but haven't published it yet. Maybe hold it for a rainy day.
For the Mets, the issues aren't quite as fun: Adam Rubin wonders if the Mets should keep Jose Reyes after this season.
And now some good stuff from the SweetSpot network ...
Bay City Ball's Rory Paap has a take on Brandon Belt likely breaking camp with the Giants. He likes the move.
Capitol Avenue Club looks at the Braves lineup, where the big controversy is that new manager Fredi Gonzalez may bat Jason Heyward sixth.
Chip Buck over at Fire Brand of the AL breaks down your 2011 Red Sox.
Crashburn Alley has a take on Jose Contreras being named Phillies closer.
Baseball Time in Arlington projects how the Rangers' playing time will play out. Will Michael Young like the pie?
It's About the Money asks: Is Jesus Montero no longer an elite prospect?
Craig Brown at Royals Authority wonders about the K.C. batting order.
Finally ... Roger Clemens appeared on Mike & Mike and says he's not paying attention to the Barry Bonds trial.