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High Hopes as Always in First Spring Training Workouts

Even for an accomplished veteran like Justin Verlander, the start of spring training can be special.

Florida Grapefruit League: Schedule Spring Training 2017

Check What Games are Played Near You. Find the List of Games on National Television by ESPN.

Rays Finalized $2 million, One-Year Contract with Injured Pitcher Nathan Eovaldi

The 27-year-old right-hander is expected to miss the 2017 season while recovering from Tommy John surgery last August.

First Workouts Underway for MLB Pitchers and Catchers

Fifteen major league teams have their first scheduled workouts for pitchers and catchers Tuesday in Florida and Arizona

Chicago Cubs Loaded, Ready for World Series Title Defense

No major league team has won consecutive championships since the New York Yankees from 1998-2000.

Stanton, Jones Headline US Roster for World Baseball Classic

The roster was announced Wednesday by USA Baseball includes 18 All-Stars, two MVPs and nine Gold Glove winners for World Baseball Classic, March 6-22, 2017.

Baseball Owners Look at Rule Changes to Speed up Game

Manfred has pushed for faster games since he became commissioner two years ago. The average time of a nine-inning game last season was 3 hours, a 4-minute increase over 2015

Cardinals Must Give Astros 2 Top Picks, $2M for Hacking

Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred also banned former St. Louis executive Christopher Correa for life. Cardinals must pay the Astros the money within 30 days.

Tiger’s Core Still Intact as Spring Training Approaches

An Offseason that Began with so Much Uncertainty is Beginning to Wind down now and the Detroit Tiger's Core Still Intact as Spring Training Approaches.

Closer Casilla Signs Two-Year Deal with Oakland A’s

Closer Santiago Casilla made his Major League debut with Oakland in 2004 and was 6-4 with four saves and a 5.11 ERA in 152 relief appearances.

Cloud of Steroids Hovers Above Hall of Fame Voting

Focusing on the electees, many will study the vote totals of tainted stars Barry Bonds & Roger Clemens. Cloud of Steroids Hovers Above Hall of Fame Voting.

Blue Jays and Bautista Agree to $18M, 1 Year Deal

Jose Bautista was asking Toronto's new management for a contact believed to be worth $150 million or more. Now Bautista Agree to $18M, 1 Year Deal.

Volquez and Marlins Agree to $22M, 2-Year Deal

Free-agent starting pitcher Edinson Volquez to Miami Marlins for two years and $22 million. Get the Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction.

Free-Agent Compensation, International Draft Top MLB Issues

Here are the big issues in baseball’s labor talks: Free-Agent Compensation and International Draft Top MLB Issues. Read more information and details.

Tainted Ramirez, Rodriguez on Hall Ballot with Guerrero

Manny Ramirez on Hall of Fame ballot. Ramirez was suspended for 50 games in 2009 while with the Los Angeles Dodgers for using a banned female fertility drug

Segura to Seattle, D-Backs Make 5-Player Trade

Segura to Seattle. Mariners acquire Jean Segura in five-player trade with Diamondbacks. Segura, 26, is the most established player in the trade.

Yoenis Cespedes Opts out of Met’s Deal, Free Agent Again

Yoenis Cespedes is a free agent after opting out his contract with the Mets. Now, the Outfielder Yoenis Cespedes is a free agent again for upcoming season.

Indians Have Bright Future Despite World Series Loss

Despite loss, Indians have bright future. Cleveland Indians' stirring resilience, competitiveness and young talent should fuel hope for brighter days.

Curtis Granderson wins 2016 Roberto Clemente Award

Major League Baseball annually hands out the 2016 Roberto Clemente Award to Curtis Granderson for his positive contributions on and off the field.

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