Today I'm gonna take you on a magical ride around the internet filled with links to many of the articles that I've found particularly interesting. You can thank me later.

Did you see the story about Tim Lincecum and his disgusting eating habits? Little Timmy puts away a meal of more than 3,000 calories when he visits In-N-Out Burger. I have no idea how such a little guy could eat such a massive amount of calories.

Speaking of the San Francisco Giants – uh, um – the World Champion San Francisco Giants, over at Golden Gate Giants Dave Tobener give his take on how the roster is shaping up.

Did  you know that baseball wasn't invented by Abner Doubleday? Historian John Thorn is challenging many of the beliefs about the foundation of the game.  Speaking of Thorn, he also wrote a piece in which he trumpets the history of the game over the analytical approach that has led to sabermetrics.

Did you catch this series of articles written by yours truly? Trust me, if you've got 30 minutes of your life to completely waste, these articles are as good a way as any to spend that time.

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Which players are getting little love on draft day but could still end up being a top-50 overall performer in the fantasy game in 2011? In Undervalued Performers for 2011 the experts speak out. Speaking of this piece, my potential breakout guy that no one is giving much love to is Cameron Maybin. Here's a nice write up on the potential topflight fantasy performer by Scott Miller.

Happy St. Patrick's day to my Irish Brethren. How does MLB Celebrate St. Patty's Day?


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About Ray Flowers

The co-host of The Drive on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio (Sirius 210, XM 87: Mon-Thurs 7 PM, Fri. 9 PM EDT), Ray also hosts a show Sunday night (7-10 PM EDT). Ray has spent years squirreled away studying the inner workings of the fantasy game to the detriment of his personal life. Specializing in baseball, football and hockey, some consider him an expert in all three.

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RT @SuperHeroStuff: Always give Godzilla his presences first!

agreed RT @MatthewVeasey: @mattylogz People don't realize how hard 40 HR is today, even for Stanton. Especially in 3/4 of a season.

Mel Ott (1929): .328-42-151-138 Lefty O'Doul (1929): .398-32122-152

Christy Mathewson : 1905-1911: 1.28, 1.43, 1.14, 1.89 and 1.99 ERAs in there. #Sfgiants