1. Twins, Schafer Agree to 1-Yr Deal to Avoid Arbitration

    The Minnesota Twins avoided arbitration with Jordan Schafer by agreeing to a one-year, $1.55-million deal with the 28-year-old outfielder on Friday, reports MLB .com's Rhett Bollinger...

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  2. Twins, Schafer Agree to 1-Yr Deal to Avoid Arbitration

    #MN Twins announce they have avoided arbitration and agreed to terms with outfielder Jordan Schafer on a one-year contract for $1.55M...

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  3. James Shields and the Kansas City Royals Are a Pairing That Sill Makes Sense

    The Kansas City Royals made a big splash in 2012 when they traded away top-rated prospect Wil Myers, Jake Odorizzi , Mike Montgomery and Patrick Leonard to the Tampa Bay Rays in exchange for James Shields and Wade Davis...

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  4. Leadership Award a Highlight for Kurt Suzuki

    Claiming the Bob Allison Award for Outstanding Leadership in his first season with the Twins is one of the personal highlights of Kurt Suzuki's career, right up there with his lone all-star selection last summer...

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  5. Royals Have Seen Spike in Season-Ticket Sales on Heels of World Series

    While Royals officials won't disclose numbers, they do say that their season-ticket base is nearing the level it reached in 2012, when the club played host to the All-Star Game...

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  6. Bud Selig's Impact on the Kansas City Royals

    How has the Bud Selig era impacted the Royals ? The Bud Selig era coincides with the worst stretch of baseball in Royals franchise history with 18 of the 26 losing seasons in franchise history occurring over that stretch...

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  7. Ian Krol Learning from His Mistakes After Poor Work Ethic Proves Costly

    When the season opened last year, Krol was viewed within the Detroit Tigers organization as a key piece in the bullpen -- a valuable left-handed specialist who could be called upon in late innings to get critical outs...

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  8. Cleveland Indians Tribe Fest: What to Expect at Progressive Field This Weekend

    Memories of Snow Days have all but melted away. The Indians will host the third annual Tribe Fest at Progressive Field this weekend...

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  9. Cy Young-Winning Pitcher Corey Kluber Pleads Ignorance

    Corey Kluber continues to collect hardware, but he maintains ignorance about whether the surge in superlatives will spike his salary...

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  10. Johnson Won't Take 2B Chance for Granted

    Gordon Beckham was traded during the 2014 season, while Marcus Semien was traded after it, so it should feel pretty good to be Micah Johnson right about now...

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  11. Tigers Feel Healthy for Spring Training

    As short-lived as the 2014 postseason was for the Detroit Tigers , Rajai Davis' participation was limited at best after an injury he sustained just prior to the series against the Orioles ...

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  12. Nathan: I Want to Prove I Still Have Something Left in the Tank

    To say Joe Nathan and Detroit Tigers fans had a strained relationship last season would be a huge understatement, but the 40-year-old closer wants to right the ship in 2015...

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  13. Tigers' Jose Iglesias Insists He'll Be 100% for Spring

    Jose Iglesias will be ready for spring training. He said it not once, not twice, but three times this afternoon at the Detroit Tigers ' winter caravan kickoff at Comerica Park....

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  14. Crain a Low-Risk, High-Reward Gamble

    CHICAGO -- After missing the last year and a half because of a shoulder injury that required surgery, Jesse Crain makes no promises other than the fact that he will do his best to make the Chicago White Sox roster...

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  15. Tigers' Justin Verlander Hoping a Normal Offseason Gets Him Back to Himself

    DETROIT >> Justin Verlander was not on last year's Winter Caravan, and for good reason, coming as it did less than two weeks after his core muscle repair surgery...

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  16. Price Open to Long-Term Extension: 'I've Enjoyed My Time Here'

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  17. White Sox Sign Jesse Crain to Minor-League Deal

    Jesse Crain hasn't pitched since mid-2013, when the White Sox traded him to the Rays , and now he's re-signed with the White Sox on a minor-league deal...

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  18. Writers: Shields Could Help Tigers Keep Price, Too

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  19. White Sox to Sign Geovany Soto

    The White Sox and catcher Geovany Soto have agreed to terms on a minor league contract for the 2015 season, reports Bruce Levine of 670thescore.com (Twitter link)...

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  20. Stark: The Market for James Shields

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  21. Catcher Fatigue: Did the Royals Break Salvador Perez?

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  22. Franchise Bests/worsts: Kansas City Royals

    Over the course of the next month, we'll venture through the history of each of the 30 Major League Baseball franchises, discussing some of the best and worst moments, players, teams, etc...

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  23. Royals GM Moore: It's Doubtful We Bring Back James Shields

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  24. Alex Meyer Named Among Best Right-Handed Pitching Prospects

    Since coming to the Twins from the Nationals in the Denard Span trade, Alex Meyer has been dangled as the carrot of promise. He possesses ace material in velocity and stuff. He's tall...

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  25. Jose Berrios Working for a Big Season Minnesota Twins

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