Welcome to The Stew’s Hot Stove Digest, our daily rundown of MLB news, rumors and gossip for Hot Stove season. Here you’ll find a recap of all the day’s action and other fun stuff from around the Internet.
WORKLOAD: Mets general manager Sandy Alderson would like to limit David Wright to 130 games this season to help keep him fresh. [ESPN New York]
HELLO, CHICAGO: MLB commissioner Rob Manfred says an All-Star game at Wrigley Field could happen very soon. The next open year is 2019. [CBS Chicago]
OPENING DAY: No surprise here. Bruce Bochy officially named Madison Bumgarner the Giants opening day starter. [San Jose Mercury News]
GOALS: Yankees starter Michael Pineda is aiming to pitch 200 innings for the first time in his career. [MLB.com]
NO CHANGE: Brewers general manager David Stearns says the acquisition of catching prospect Jacob Nottingham is not indicative of a potential Jonathan Lucroy trade. [@Haudricourt]
DRAFT LOTTERY: MLBPA chief Tony Clark says it would be beneficial for MLB to look into a draft lottery. [AP]
HOMER HISTORY: The Stew’s Kyle Ringo’s looks back at the Ryne Sandberg game from June 1984. [The Stew]
NAME GAME: Ever wonder how some baseball teams got their weird names? Wonder no more. [Cut 4]
ENDORSEMENT: According to Darren Rovell, Adidas has signed Carlos Correa to a record-setting five-year endorsement deal. [@darrenrovell]
DEPTH WANTED: The Marlins could consider veteran Aaron Harang for rotation depth. [MLB.com]
TOP SKIPPER: Nick Cafardo asked players, managers, coaches and front office personnel who the best managers in the game are. See who ranked No. 1. [Boston Globe]
NICE PANTS: Bill Murray was supporting his Cubs Saturday.
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