Well today is the first day of the 2007 Major League Baseball Season and normally I would look at the news coming out of spring training camps. I decided I would continue this feature and continue you to give you one news story from the 30 teams every Sunday.

  • Sunday Stroll: News from all 30 teams.
  • Monday Jog: News from the AL East and NL East.
  • Tuesday’s Half Marathon: News from the American League
  • Wednesday’s Half Marathon: News from the National League
  • Thursday’s Tiptoe: News from the AL Central and NL Central
  • Friday’s Fast Walk: News from the AL West and NL West

Everyone’s favorite Playboy Bunny-esque babe, Sooze, over at Babes Love Baseball tells us about that the Diamondbacks have placed Randy Johnson on the 15 day DL to start the season.

Jason over at My Baseball Bias tells us that Jorge Cantú’s tenure in Tampa Bay is probably over.

Angels pitchers Bartolo Colon and Jered Weaver will make their rehab starts in the warm weather of California instead of the cold weather of Salt Lake City.

Luke Scott beat out Jason Lane for the Astros’ starting right field position.

Dan Johnson will miss the first three months of the A’s season with a hip injury.

Josh Towers will be your number 5 starter in Toronto to start the season.

After being unemployed 3 weeks before the start of the season, Mark Redman will start the Braves home opener on Friday against the Mets.

A lot of reputable baseball reporters have picked the Milwaukee Brewers to win the NL Central.

The members of the St. Louis Cardinals got more than just a baseball game when they played in the Civil Rights Game in Memphis.

Cubs OF Alfonso Soriano thinks he will do just fine in his new position of center field after playing left field last season in Washington.

Dodgers 1B Nomar Garciaparra gives us an update about his new daughters, Grace and Ava.

The San Francisco Giants don’t have a player who will play regularly under the age of 31.

Indians pitcher C.C. Sabathia was humbled by his visit to the Civil Rights Museum.

Jamie Burke will make his Major League debut for the Mariners at the ripe young age of 35.

Sergio Mitre thought he was going to start the season in the Marlins bullpen. Instead he will be starting their home opener.

Mets reliever Pedro Feliciano hopes to have a repeat of last year’s successful season.

Anthony over at the Oriole Post shares with us his pictures from his trip to D.C. to see the Nats and O’s play.

Chris Young of the Padres hopes to improve on his numbers from last season.

Phillies president Dave Montgomery is very optimistic about the 2007 season.

NL batting champ Freddy Sanchez will start the season on the 15 day DL for the Pirates.

The Rangers have finalized their 25 man roster and yes Sammy Sosa is on it.

The Red Sox had 6 long balls after hitting only 15 in their 29 games. Is this a sign of things to come for the season?

Eric Milton had to be scratched from his start for the Reds on Saturday with lower back stiffness.

Jeff Baker is happy to be starting the season with the Colorado Rockies.

The blister on Odalis Perez’s throwing hand will not keep him from making his start for the Royals against the Red Sox on Wednesday.

Detroit reliever Jose Mesa was suspended two games for the 2007 season for an incident that happened while he was a member of the Rockies in 2006.

Joe Mauer had three rbi’s for the Twins on Saturday in his return from his foot injury.

White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen has depth at closer if Bobby Jenks fails.

Josh Phelps may force the Yankees to platoon him with Doug Mientkiewicz.