Although it seems that Trevor Bauer has been with the Indians for quite a while, he'll turn 26 in a couple days. As Pluto points out, he's younger than Cody Anderson and Mike Clevinger, two pitchers that are trying to still get into a major-league rotation. Pluto also passes along some comments from Carter Hawkins on both Yandy Diaz and Giovanny Urshela.
After Merritt's great performance in the ALCS, fans found his wedding registry (this being the Internet) and showed their appreciation by choosing some presents off it.
As mentioned yesterday, the Indians haven't completely exited the free agent market, though they'd have to get very creative with a Bautista contract (Rosenthal mentions back-loading a potential two-year deal) to make it work.
Davis talks about the home run that could have, if things broke just a bit differently, had led to a World Series victory.
Yes, there is a baseball league in Scotland, though it's as tiny as you might expect. Also, Laurilia looks at potential Hall of Fame catchers. I think both Jorge Posada (now on the ballot) and Ted Simmons both deserve to be in the Hall; voters have been really stingy in voting in catchers.
There are other impact players still on the free agent market, including Matt Wieters and LGFT Luis Valbuena.
Palermo was able to walk again, and just four month later threw the ceremonial first pitch before a World Series game.