1. Kluber Named Opening Day Starter

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  2. Report: Gavin Floyd to Have 3rd Elbow Surgery

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  3. Franklin Morales Continues to Impress Royals in Bullpen Competition

    Tim Collins' torn ulnar collateral ligament appears to have thinned the Royals left-handed herd to two. As Kansas City creeps closer to opening day, rookie sensation Brandon Finnegan ...

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  4. Twins Tell Sano He'll Open Season in Double-a

    FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Officially, the Twins weren't able to announce Miguel Sano's option to Double-A Chattanooga on Sunday, but that's merely a technicality...

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  5. Torii Hunter won't retire if he has a good 2015season

    Twins outfielder Torii Hunter considered retiring after the Tigers — then his team — were knocked out of the ALDS by the Orioles ...

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  6. Closer Perkins Optimistic After Bullpen Session

    FORT MYERS, FLA. – Twins closer Glen Perkins threw “20, 25 pitches'' in a bullpen session on Saturday morning with no pain on his right side...

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  7. Video: Twins Prospect Sano Hits Towering Homer

    The Twins boast one of the best farm systems in baseball, but last year their top two prospects were hampered by injuries...

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  8. Crasnick: Indians' Pitchers Expect More in 2015

    GOODYEAR, Ariz. -- Some big league pitchers spend their offseasons attending college football games or sitting in a duck blind before cranking it up in earnest in January...

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  9. Miggy, V-Mart Nearing Returns to Spring Games

    Miguel Cabrera and Victor Martinez both began running the bases on Saturday, putting both players on a track closer toward readiness for Spring Training games.....

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  10. Brad Penny earns win for White Sox in victory over Angels

    Brad Penny allowed five hits but only one run in 3 2/3 innings against the Los Angeles Angels on Saturday afternoon.....

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  11. Indians Great Al Rosen Passes Away at Age 91

    Al Rosen, one of the greatest players in Cleveland Indians history, passed away Friday night at the age of 91...

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  12. ChiSox Believe Robertson Will Be Worth the Risk

    David Robertson's poor outing at Camelback Ranch on Thursday was lost in the shuffle of the Will Ferrell hijinks...

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  13. How Verlander Can Still Be Elite with Lower Velocity

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  14. Healthy Rondon Expands Tigers' Late-Inning Options

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  15. Indians Confident Renovations Will Get Done

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  16. Infante Considering Surgery on Right Elbow

    Royals second baseman Omar Infante told MLB .com on Friday he is considering having surgery on his troublesome bone spur in his right elbow...

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  17. Tigers' Rondon Hits 100-M.p.h. in Spring Debut

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  18. How Are Ex-Tigers Faring? Fielder, Kelly, Valverde, More

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  19. Joe Nathan Booed at Spring Training, Says Fans Aren't 'Part of My Life'

    That's something you don't see everyday, or hear, at spring training: A major leaguer getting booed. It happened Thursday, and not to Alex Rodriguez or some visiting player facing a rival...

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  20. Most Disappointing Cleveland Indians Players in Spring Training So Far

    The Cleveland Indians are making waves early in spring training and have a legitimate shot at winning the American League Central in 2015. If they're going to do it, though, they'll need all hands on deck...

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  21. Detroit Tigers Closer Joe Nathan Showered with Boos by Home Crowd

    Despite it being a spring training game where the final score means very little, Nathan still couldn't avoid being peppered with boos following a disastrous relief appearance in Detroit 's 6-5 loss to the Phillies at Joker Marchant Stadium...

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  22. KC Getting in Front of Domestic Violence

    There was a time when it seemed that domestic violence was occurring almost every week in the NFL. Ray Rice, Ray McDonald and Greg Hardy, among others, all had their run ins with the law on this issue...

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  23. Breaking Down the Royals' 2015 Top 30 Prospects

    The Royals came within one game of a World Series championship and are riding their first consecutive winning seasons in two decades thanks to their ability to build from within....

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  24. 'Teddy Roosevelt' Visits Minnesota Twins; Game Lineups

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  25. Twins: Healthy Mike Pelfrey Making Outs

    FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Mike Pelfrey has yet to allow an earned run through five innings this spring, but he did his most impressive work Thursday in the field.....

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