10 Ways to Make Baseball's Offseason Fly By

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10 Ways to Make Baseball's Offseason Fly By
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The San Francisco Giants celebrate winning the 108th World Series

Barely three weeks removed from the baseball season and you're going through withdrawal.

The offseason has begun.

Sure, you're occasionally stimulated by trade rumors and free agent signings, but it all seems like meaningless banter until players return to the diamond.

You've considered leasing a winter home in Boca Raton as you anticipate the mid-February start to spring training, but then reconsider when you realize you need to keep your job.

The grueling, baseball-less offseason is tough. 

You might put on a few pounds as you wolf down Christmas cookies and watch your team's final game of the season, which you recorded on DVR and have already seen countless times. 

If you're feeling down, I'm here to help. 

Here are 10 ways to make the baseball offseason fly by.

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