Spring is here! Well, sort of. Technically, spring doesn't start for another six weeks. But some stoic yankees say that winter begins in New Hampshire when you start stacking your wood pile in late August. So it follows that Winter Solstice (the shortest day of the year) is the first day of spring training - pitchers and catchers reporting for light duty. And now, six weeks later, we're seeing 10 hours of daylight and growing, and we're ready to open the season. The next logical question... who's on first?