Transactions galore! Shrink Trop rays; Tommy Pham; Oracle Park; Coachella; NFL playoff; National Blowout Championship; Fiji Water Girl »Foul Territory Baseball

Yasmani Grandal transactionsFirst of all, Happy New Year by Jed and Jon, let's talk about the generosity of transactions in recent weeks.

Episode 90 of Crazy Land-the Adam (not Alan) Cimber edition-is a recovery of all transactions that have occurred since before Christmas, and there is a handful of transactions!

Still no movement Bryce Harper, Manny Machado or J.T. Realmutobut wait for some action in the coming days since the spring training countdown has started! But there were a lot of transactions: Yasmani Grandal with brewers, Yusei Kikuchi to the Mariners, David Robertson to the Phillies, Zach Britton is Troy Tulowitzki with the Yankees, Shelby Miller with the Rangers, Brian Dozier at the Nats, Nelson Cruz with the twins e Andrew Miller to the cardinals. On the commercial front, the brewers exchanged Domingo Santana is Keon Broxton to the Mariners and Mets, respectively, and to the acquired Reds Matt Kemp, Yasiel Puig is Alex Wood from the Dodgers.

In another News, CC Sabathia he had a cardiac procedure after sweating heavily helping with his diagnosis, the Rays lowered their seating capacity by eliminating seating on the top deck of the Trop (oh, this should make a huge difference!), again Tommy Pham says the Rays are a team without a fan base, Royal Brady Singer's perspective paid off his parents' debt for Christmas, Kyle Murray look at the NFL (much to the chagrin of the A), the Mariners against Lorraine Martin complain about their list of problems and the Giants will call Oracle Park home.

This week Start Nine honors Coachella's training with players with Coachella band names, and Extra inning wraps the show with a look outside of the world of baseball, including the NFL playoffs, Clemson's Alabama joke, Gwyneth Paltrow's honeymoon with her husband (and her ex-husband), further disappearance of RKelly and, of course, the Fiji Water Girl which dominates the Golden Titles of the globes.