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Winter is finally over and the truest sign that warmer weather is ahead is the start of the Major League Baseball season.
It will hard to top the 2016 season that saw the emergence of more young stars, some of the most thrilling postseason games of this era, and oh yeah, the Cubs end a 108-year World Series drought.
What’s in store for 2017? We’ll try to predict what we think is to come over the course of 162 games.
Pitchers and catchers have begun reporting to their respective camps, which can only mean one thing: baseball is almost close to starting up again!
Pretty soon your favorite websites (like here!) and newspaper sports sections will be nothing but pictures of guys down in Florida and Arizona with every article being some variation of, “Player X is in the best shape of his life!”
But Spring Training is by far the best of the major sports preseasons, for a whole bunch of reasons.
Here are just some of the reasons why Spring Training is awesome.