1. 'Sad Day': 1984 Tiger Dave Bergman Dies at 61

    Of all the on-field memories Dave Bergman shared, and all the off-field contributions he made to the game of baseball and its youth over the years, the former Tigers first baseman will be most remembered for this scene...

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  2. Rajai Davis Could Be a Valuable Part-Time Outfielder in 2015

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  3. Francisco Lindor Among Seven Indians Prospects Invited to Major-League Camp

    The Indians have invited seven of their prospects to participate in the major-league camp during the early part of spring training...

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  4. White Sox Gordon Beckham: 'Getting Away Was Good for Me'

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  5. White Sox Offseason Has Made Dayan Viciedo Expendable

    His White Sox tenure is finally winding down, but Dayan Viciedo's exit has been in the works for several months...

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  6. Groundhog Day: What Could Have Been in 1983

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  7. Royals, Mike Moustakas Avoid Arbitration with One-Year Deal

    Third baseman Mike Moustakas has avoided arbitration with the Royals by signing a one-year, $2.64 million contract, reports Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com...

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  8. Report: Ludwick, Johnson, Jones Among Options for Indians

    The Cleveland Indians continue to scour the market for a cheap right-handed bat, according to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, and several options remain available to general manager Chris Antonetti as spring training draws nearer...

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  9. Pressure on David Price to Raise Peak with Scherzer Gone, Verlander Aging

    When David Price first joined the Detroit Tigers last summer, he was joining a rotation that looked like baseball's answer to The Avengers. It was a super-rotation, alright, with a collection of the last three American League Cy Young winners...

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  10. Long-Time Big Leaguer Dave Bergman Dies at 61

    Long-time big leaguer Dave Bergman has passed away at age 61, the Tigers announced on Monday. Bergman had been battling bile duct cancer since May 2012...

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