1. A's Outfielder Coco Crisp Still Here

    OAKLAND -- In what has become an offseason annual ritual, the A's have turned over much of their roster. Gone are stalwarts such as infielders Josh Donaldson, Jed Lowrie and Brandon Moss...

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  2. Astros Legend Craig Biggio Gets First Tour of Baseball Hall of Fame

    Craig Biggio and Patty Biggio strolled into the National Baseball Hall of Fame this morning, beginning a two-hour tour that will end after he walks between the famed marble pillars to see where his plaque will eventually hang...

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  3. Keith Law's Top 10 Texas Rangers Prospects

    Keith Law's Top 10 Texas Rangers prospect: ESPN's Law has issued his top 10 prospect list for each system, and his Rangers write-up can be found here...

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  4. Why Haven't the Mariners Won a World Series Yet?

    The Mariners last year just missed the post season by just a mere one game, if the Oakland Athletics would have lost in the final game last year the M's would have clinched the ...

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  5. Hicks Knows Seahawks' Wilson Is a Winner

    SEATTLE -- In the National Football League, Russell Wilson is the little guy doing huge things as quarterback of the Seahawks. But Mariners catcher John Hicks remembers Wilson in a different way...

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  6. Angels Open to Extensions with Street, Iannetta, Richards

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  7. Angels Ink Herrmann & Stewart to Minor League Deals

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  8. Biggio Thinking of Ill Friend During HOF Process

    HOUSTON -- A young Craig Biggio burst into the Major League clubhouse at Spring Training for the first time in his career in 1988 in search of Astros coach Yogi Berra...

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  9. Two Athletics in Keith Law's 2015 Top 100 Prospects, Farm 26th Overall

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  10. Coliseum Scoreboard Installation Underway

    Removal of the old scoreboard and Diamond Vision displays are well underway at the Oakland Coliseum, the Athletics write at their Clubhouse Confidential blog, and the stadium is on ...

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  11. Oakland Has Backing of MLB but Stadium Deal Still Far from Done

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  12. Harrison Hopes to Follow Path Paved by Fellow Ranger

    ARLINGTON -- Rangers pitcher Matt Harrison has a potential guide to help lead him in his recovery from an untested back operation...

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  13. Rangers' New Rotation Gives Prospects More Time

    ARLINGTON -- Alex Gonzalez, the Rangers ' top Draft pick in 2013 and their No. 5 prospect according to MLB .com, is coming to his first Major League Spring Training next month...

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  14. Angels Avoid Arbitration with David Freese

    The Angels have avoided arbitration with third baseman David Freese, Mike Perchik of WAPT tweets. Freese will earn $6.425MM in his final season of arbitration eligibility, MLB .com's Alden Gonzalez reports on Twitter...

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  15. Report: Mariners Sign John Baker

    Veteran catcher John Baker has signed a minor-league deal with the Mariners that includes an invitation to spring training, according to Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com...

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  16. Projecting the Oakland A's 2015 Opening Day Roster

    Once spring training is all said and done, the Oakland A's will roll out a 25-man roster nearly 40 percent different than the 2014 version. Of course, it's hard to know exactly how an Opening Day roster in April will look two full months ahead...

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  17. Congratulations to Sonny Gray and His Girlfriend on Becoming New Parents!

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  18. Red Sox, Rangers Swap Ranaudo, Ross Jr.

    Rangers executive vice president of communications John Blake has announced, on Twitter, that Texas has acquired right-hander Anthony Ranaudo from the Red Sox in exchange for left-hander Robbie Ross, Jr...

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  19. Astros Legend Bagwell to Rejoin Organization

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  20. Jeff Bagwell to Serve as Guest Instructor This Spring

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  21. After Wait, Shoemaker Sees Dreams Come to Fruition

    Danielle Shoemaker, wife of the bearded sensation on the Angels ' pitching staff, likes to say "God wanted to give us all our blessings at once," with good reason...

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  22. Chavez, Gutierrez Agree to Minor League Deals with Mariners

    SEATTLE (AP) — Outfielders Endy Chavez and Franklin Gutierrez have agreed to minor league contracts with the Seattle Mariners and will report to big league training.....

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  23. Astros' Roster Upgrades Have Hinch Raring to Go

    HOUSTON -- The roster has been retooled and improved since A.J. Hinch took over as manager of the Astros last fall.....

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  24. Report: Astros Among Teams Looking at Kevin Correia

    After failing to reach a deal with right-hander Ryan Vogelsong last week, the Houston Astros are reportedly looking at another veteran free agent who could bolster the back of their rotation in 2015...

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  25. Mariners Sign Franklin Gutierrez, Endy Chavez to Minor-League Contracts

    The Seattle Mariners added a pair of familiar faces to their list of spring training invitees on Monday by agreeing to minor-league contracts with veteran outfielders Franklin Gutierrez and Endy Chavez...

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