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Houston’s Correa Looks to Take Another Step in 2018

At just 23, Carlos Correa is already considered one of baseball’s best shortstops. He thinks he can get better, too.

Boone Gets a New View and a Win in Spring Training Debut

Hired to replace Joe Girardi, the former ESPN broadcaster managed the Yankees over the Tigers 3-1 on a warm and sunny Friday afternoon in their spring training opener.

Players Still Concerned About Unsigned Free Agents

There's an unusual amount of unsigned free agents with spring training nearing the end of its second week.

Jeter: Marlins ‘In a Good Spot’ as Spring Training Begins

Now in his fifth month on the job, Jeter acknowledged he’s still finding his bearings as the Marlins’ CEO.

MLB Would Drop 2018 Pitch Clock if Players Agree to Phase-in

Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred said owners authorized him to implement management’s proposal from last offseason, which calls for a 20-second pitch clock this year.

Jones, Thome, Guerrero, Hoffman Elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

Chipper Jones, Jim Thome, Vladimir Guerrero and Trevor Hoffman were elected to the baseball Hall of Fame.

Sabathia’s $10M Deal Finalized by Yanks; Payroll up to $178M

The 37-year-old left-hander is taking a pay cut from the $25 million he earned this year. Sabathia needs periodic injections in his surgically repaired right knee.

Derek Jeter Hears Complaints of Marlins Fans at Town Hall

Jeter calmly answered questions until there were no more, and after the 90-minute session, he said he appreciated the fans’ feedback — positive and negative.

Astros’ Altuve Wins AL MVP, Marlins’ Stanton Earns NL Honor

Judge had 8.2 wins above replacement compared to Altuve’s 7.5, per Fangraphs, while’s WAR metric preferred Altuve 8.3 to 8.1.

Joe Girardi Was ‘A Little Shocked’ When New York Yankees Let Him Go

Yankees’ Cashman was concerned with Girardi’s ‘connectivity. New York has interviewed bench coach Rob Thomson and former Cleveland and Seattle manager Eric Wedge for the opening.
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Choi Has 2-run Single in 9th, Rays Beat Tigers 5-4

Choi’s two-run single in the bottom of the ninth completed a rally from a late three-run deficit.

Hampson’s Single in 10th Rallies Rockies Past Marlins, 7-6

Hampson hit a bases-loaded single in the bottom of the 10th inning, and the Rockies rallied to beat the Marlins.

With Glut of Festivals, Hard to Match Woodstock Magic

While there have been historic moments at music festivals since Woodstock, it can't be replicated.

Signs of Recession Worry Trump Ahead of 2020

Privately, Trump is growing increasingly worried the economy won’t look so good come Election Day.