1. Yankees' Hensley in Camp After Assault Injuries

    The Yankees pitching prospect who was hospitalized after he was allegedly attacked over the winter hasn't been hampered this spring by the injuries he sustained, minor league pitching coordinator Gil Paterson told New Jersey Advance Media...

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  2. Alex Rodriguez Continues to Earn Joe Girardi's Confidence as Yankees' DH

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  3. Betances: My Velocity 'Nowhere Near Where It Should Be'

    TAMPA — Delin Betances didn't know his fastball topped out at 94 mph on Tuesday night against the Tigers at George M. Steinbrenner Field...

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  4. Flores Caps Yanks' Comeback with Walk-off Blast

    Ramon Flores capped a comeback from six runs down with a three-run walk-off homer in the ninth inning to give the Yankees a 9-8 victory over the Tigers on Tuesday night at George M...

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  5. A-Rod Playing Some 1B Not Out of Question

    TAMPA, Fla. -- The Yankees ran through infield practice on George M. Steinbrenner Field's main diamond Tuesday afternoon, providing an opportunity for Alex Rodriguez to continue his crash course at first base...

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  6. David Ortiz on His Absence from Red Sox' Lineup: 'I'm Not Just Sitting Around'

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  7. Craig Keeps Plugging Away Amid Uncertainty

    JUPITER, Fla. -- Boston Red Sox outfielder Allen Craig is in no position to scoff at long bus trips. Less than three weeks into the Grapefruit League season, he has already made two ...

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  8. Red Sox Could Open 2015 Season with Eight Relievers; Joe Kelly to DL?

    The Boston Red Sox could use their early season schedule to their advantage. While Joe Kelly has said his biceps soreness is behind him, there's still a scenario in which the right-hander could start the season on the disabled list...

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  9. Red Sox Notebook: David Ortiz's Absence Not a Concern

    FORT MYERS — Fear not, Red Sox fans: David Ortiz is hydrated again. After sitting out a week's worth of exhibition games because of flu-like symptoms that left him feeling ...

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  10. 3 Things We Learned About the Red Sox in Spring Training

    Spring training declarations are a difficult beast to tackle. Putting too much weight in March statistics would be misguided, as Jake Fox and his 10 Grapefruit League home runs in 2011 remind us...

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  11. O's Offense, Jimenez Lead Way in Win vs. Pirates

    BRADENTON, Fla. -- Steve Pearce ignited a five-run fourth inning with his fifth homer of the spring on Tuesday and the Orioles went on to defeat Pittsburgh , 9-2, in Grapefruit League play...

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  12. Day 31: All but Official -- Masahiro Tanaka to Start Opening Day

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  13. The Swagger and the Shrug Combine to Make Jose Bautista

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  14. Yankees recreate 'Sandlot' scene

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  15. Rays to retire uniform No. 66 in honor of Don Zimmer on Opening Day

    The Tampa Bay Rays will retire uniform No. 66 in honor of the team's longtime senior advisor Don Zimmer in a pregame ceremony at Tropicana Field on Monday, April 6 when the Rays open the season against the Baltimore Orioles ...

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  16. Rays to Retire Don Zimmer's Uniform No. 66

    The Tampa Bay Rays will retire uniform No. 66 in honor of the team's longtime senior advisor Don Zimmer in a pregame ceremony at Tropicana Field on Monday, April 6 when the Rays open the season against the Baltimore Orioles ...

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  17. "Growing Concern" over Koji Uehara's Opening Day Status

    FORT MYERS, Fla. — Koji Uehara's chances of being ready for Opening Day seem slimmer with each afternoon...

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  18. Wieters: I'd Rather Be Playing in Playoffs Than Opener

    Baltimore Orioles catcher Matt Wieters understands the thrill of taking the field for Opening Day, but he isn't prioritizing it in the grand scheme of the season...

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  19. Hitting Coach Chili Davis Has an Ally in History

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  20. Victorino Should Take Rusney Castillo's Roster Spot (and Probably Will)

    Shane Victorino will likely start Opening Day in right field while Rusney Castillo heads to the minor leagues. And believe it or not, that's probably a smart move by John Farrell and Ben Cherington...

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  21. Mookie Betts Razzes John Farrell, Serves as Red Sox 'Fashion Consultant'

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  22. Girardi Is No Closer to Decision on Closer

    TAMPA, Fla. -- In barely more than a year, the New York Yankees have gone from having the greatest closer of all time, to having no closer at all...

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  23. Betts Taking Red Sox Nation by Storm

    Mookie Betts knows his status on the service-time totem pole and the requisite reticence that comes with it...

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  24. Is Rob Refsnyder or Jose Pirela the Yankees' Future at 2nd Base?

    Not long ago, second base for the New York Yankees was as stable, consistent and productive as any position on any team in Major League Baseball. These days, it's anything but...

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  25. Roberto Osuna Making Strong Case to Be on Toronto Blue Jays' Opening Day Roster

    With just two weeks left until the end of spring training and the start of the 2015 season, Toronto Blue Jays prospect Roberto Osuna has made a strong case to make the Blue Jays’ Opening Day roster...

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