1. The Good and Bad from Blue Jays vs Rays

    The Toronto Blue Jays fell back to .500 on the spring by getting thumped at home by the Tampa Bay Rays , a team they'll face twice more before the end of the weekend...

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  2. Archer pitches 4 scoreless innings as Rays beat Jays 9-3

    Chris Archer allowed one hit over four scoreless innings today, and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Toronto Blue Jays 9-3.....

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  3. Porcello Ends Sox Rough Pitching Stretch

    Following a string of starts that were either ineffective or cut short by injury, the Red Sox Wednesday finally had one of their starting pitchers turn in a strong outing.....

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  4. McCann, Drew dingers lead onslaught behind Tanaka

    Masahiro Tanaka produced his second scoreless appearance of the spring and Brian McCann accounted for one of the two home runs James Russell surrendered as the Yankees claimed a 12-5 win over the Braves at Champion Stadium on Wednesday night...

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  5. Colome Released from Florida Hospital Wednesday After Bout with Pneumonia

    Rays right-hander Alex Colome was a late arriver to spring training this year because of visa issues in his native Dominican Republic and then he had to be sent to a local hospital with a case of pneumonia just a couple days after unpacking his bags...

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  6. Clemens-McNamee Defamation Suit Settled

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  7. Red Sox Prospect Trey Ball: 'My Goal Is to Reach the Hall of Fame'

    Trey Ball doesn't want to just reach the majors. He wants to leave his mark. Read more at: http://nesn...

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  8. Red Sox Trim Roster to 51 by Shifting 6 Players to Minor Leagues

    FORT MYERS, Fla. — The Red Sox on Wednesday trimmed their big league roster to 51 players by moving a half-dozen to the minor league camp...

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  9. Tanaka Strikes out Three, Shows No Signs of Arm Trouble in 2nd Spring Start

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  10. Scout on Sabathia's 1st Start: He Threw Better, Harder Than I've Seen in 3 Years

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  11. McCann's Two-Run Jack

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  12. Castillo (Oblique) Felt No Discomfort in 2 Minor League ABs

    Castillo said he felt no discomfort at all in two minor league at-bats and expects to have time to get ready for start of season...

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  13. MLB Scout Liked What He Saw from CC's Spring Debut

    A scout who saw CC Sabathia last night says: "He threw better, & harder, than I've seen him throw in 3 years...

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  14. Saunders Set to Return in Minors Game Thursday

    TAMPA, Fla. -- Blue Jays outfielder Michael Saunders is tentatively scheduled to appear in a Minor League game on Thursday morning...

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  15. Blue Jays Remain Cautious with Encarnacion's Back

    TAMPA, Fla. -- Edwin Encarnacion still isn't ready for game action because of a sore back, but the Blue Jays insist they aren't worried about the veteran slugger, who will help form the heart of the order alongside Jose Bautista and Josh Donaldson...

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  16. Report: Orioles 'Open to Trading' Brian Matusz

    According to Ken Rosenthal of FOXSports.com the Orioles “are open to trading” left-hander Brian Matusz and “are willing to include cash in a deal” to cover part of his $3...

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  17. Sox Taking Extra Steps to Avoid Serious Elbow Injuries

    Throughout baseball, there's been a rash of elbow injuries requiring Tommy John -- or tendon transplant -- surgery in the last two seasons. Some of the game's most promising young pitchers have fallen victim...

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  18. You Have to Look Past the Orioles' Spring Training Record

    The Orioles will reach the mathematical halfway point in the Grapefruit League exhibition season on Wednesday and one characteristic of last year's team remains very much in evidence...

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  19. Is the Old Hanley Ramirez Really a Thing of the Past?

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  20. David Ortiz Absent Again from Red Sox' Lineup, Dealing with Dehydration

    FORT MYERS -- David Ortiz is absent from the Red Sox ' lineup for a second consecutive day, which raises more than a few eyebrows considering the team has been home since Monday...

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  21. Report: Giants, Red Sox Have Discussed Allen Craig Trade

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  22. Jeter Needs 'To Get Away from (baseball)'

    TOKYO -- Former major league teammates Derek Jeter and Hideki Matsui will play a charity baseball game to support survivors of the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan -- and Jeter hinted he may own a team someday...

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  23. Rays' Cabrera Hopes to Settle in at Shortstop

    CLEARWATER — One of the Rays ' biggest decisions this spring will be whether to move Asdrubal Cabrera to second base or keep him at shortstop, where his range is considered diminished since he was a two-time All-Star with the Indians ...

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  24. Buchholz Gaining Renewed Confidence in Changeup

    FORT MYERS, Fla. -- When the 2014 season began, Clay Buchholz didn't feel comfortable throwing his offspeed pitches, which was likely a contributing factor to a rough start in which he posted a 6...

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  25. McGee Throws off Mound, Balfour Faces Hitters

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