While I was editing the mistake of somehow thinking Mike Matheny managed the Tigers and not the Cardinals, Major League Baseball in conjunction with the Major League Baseball players' union released the new rule regarding home plate collisions.
Jeff Brigham threw seven strong innings and the Washington offense supplied early offense to back him as the Huskies beat Michigan State 4-1 Sunday in the final game of the Pac-12/Big Ten Tournament in Surprise, Ariz.
Here's a good five minutes of video of NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock discussing what he has seen so far at the NFL Combine. Topics include his assessment of what he saw from the tight end, receiver, quarterback and running back classes that are here:
While his former UW teammate Austin Seferian-Jenkins was unable to participate in the NFL Combine due to a foot injury, former Husky running back Bishop Sankey only helped himself during drills in Indianapolis.
A few sights and sounds from Sunday's workout in Peoria. Hisashi Iwakuma, who is still not able to throw a baseball, did some dry work off the mound. Felix Hernandez threw live batting practice and looked very sharp. And I also picked up some video of hard-throwing reliever Dominic Leone.