It's here, it's happening and it's oh-so-real. On Tuesday, 10 Major League teams squared off against each other for the first time since the World Series ended. While the starters didn't go very deep, plenty of players did. In the five games, there were 65 runs and 12 home runs.
But assuming you weren't glued to your MLB.TV machines, using a Clockwork Orange-like eye device to make sure you didn't miss a single second of spring action, here's what you may have missed: