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Daily Friar 1.13.13 

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Good morning everyone and happy Sunday! Soak in that the last day of the weekend before having to go back to work, or whatever it is you have to do on Monday. Since there has been nothing going on this weekend in the baseball world let’s talk a little football. Yesterday we saw one of the best playoff games in recent history as the Broncos and Ravens went into double over time before the Ravens won on a 47 yard field goal from Justin Tucker with a final of 38-35. On the flip side the 49ers beat up the Packers to the tune of 45-31. Today we have the Texans at Patriots and Seahawks at Falcons. I am going with the Patriots and Seahawks in those games. Just remember too that as the football season winds down, the baseball season will start to pick up. It’s almost here folks, just be patient! Here are your links for today:
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Negro Leagues Baseball Museum honors baseball’s best – MLB.com

“When National League stolen-base leader Everth Cabrera received an invitation to be saluted for his achievement at the 2012 Legacy Awards far from his offseason home in Nicaragua, he promptly gave himself the “go” sign.”

Scouts dinner thrills star-studded audience – MLB.com

“The Professional Baseball Scouts Foundation was established in 2003 to help scouts in need, whether from job loss, illness or financial hardships. More than $1 million has been raised.”

Mets are showing strong interest in Brian Wilson – MLBTR

“Before the New Year we learned that Wilson narrowed down his list of suitors in half from about nine or ten to approximately five.  The Giants are open to a reunion but are only willing to give Wilson a deal with a low base salary and performance-based incentives.”

Tigers potential trade partner: San Diego Padres – Motor City Bengals

“am a bit in the minority at this point, but my belief is that the Tigers, if they do choose to trade Porcello or Smyly, they should take that opportunity to replenish their farm system a little bit. San Diego as I mentioned has a very strong one.”

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About the author: Matt Rennick

Born and raised in San Diego and a Padres fan since day one. On that fateful night of September 6, 1989 when I came into this world, the game was on in the delivery room and the Padres beat the Astros and I have been forever engrained with Padre blood. I have followed sports my whole life and have written the Daily Friar for over a year and enjoy bringing all of you the news each morning.