1. Astros Optimistic on Team's Health Outlook Entering Camp

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  2. Three Keys for the Mariners to Meet Their Lofty Expectations

    The Mariners begin spring training this week with a strange new sense lingering in the air: expectations.....

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  3. ESPN Pegs Angels for 2nd Place Finish

    With spring training due to start tomorrow, we have now officially entered power rankings season. David Schoenfield of ESPN released his annual pre spring training power rankings last week...

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  4. Huston Street, Angels Engaged in Steady Talks Regarding Extension Since December

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  5. Angels Open Camp with Some Question Marks

    Washington had the best record in the National League and was eliminated in the first round of the playoffs last season. The team's go-for-it off-season response was to sign ace Max Scherzer for seven years and $210 million...

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  6. Would Ben Zobrist Be Wasted in LF?

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  7. Oakland A's DH Billy Butler Hoping to Add Some Power

    OAKLAND -- After spending his entire eight-year career with the Kansas City Royals , slugger Billy Butler is still getting familiar with his A's teammates...

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  8. Jurickson Profar Injury: Updates on Rangers Star's Shoulder Surgery and Recovery

    Jurickson Profar will miss the entire 2015 season after surgery to repair a torn labrum. Continue for updates. Profar Out for the Season Monday, Feb...

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  9. Jesus Montero Appears to Have Really Dropped 40 Pounds This Winter

    Unfortunately for Jesus Montero, his weight became an issue last offseason when he claimed all he did was eat and showed up at Mariners camp looking way out of shape...

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  10. The Rangers Have Signed Rougned Odor's Younger Brother, Rougned Odor

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  11. Grading the Oakland Athletics' Offseason Trades so Far

    With seven All-Stars under contract through the 2015 season, many thought the Oakland Athletics would remain silent in winter meetings...

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  12. Oakland Athletics: Why Barry Zito Is the Player to Watch at Spring Training

    No Oakland Athletics player will be more exciting to watch and have more potential impact on the roster this year at spring training than Barry Zito...

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  13. A's Training in Luxury in Their New Spring Home

    MESA, Ariz. – While the A's still long for a modernized regular-season ballpark, their spring training accommodations have made a giant leap into the 21st century.....

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  14. Rangers' Gallo Setting Sights High and Far

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  15. Seattle Mariners: 4 Potential Breakout Candidates to Watch in Spring Training

    The Seattle Mariners begin spring training Friday with a fresh sense of optimism ahead of a season loaded with expectations...

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  16. New-Look A's Should Be Deep and Versatile Again

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  17. Details for Saturday Fan Fest

    The 2015 Tampa Bay Rays Fan Fest presented by the Tampa Bay Times is set for this Saturday, February 21 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Tropicana Field. For the 20th consecutive year, admission and parking for Rays Fan Fest are free...

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  18. Angels Are Hoping to Fill Howie Kendrick's Void

    ANAHEIM -- Those who followed the Angels throughout the offseason should have no doubt the organization has set itself up for a brighter, healthier future...

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  19. Light on Lefties, Rangers Reportedly in Talks with Coke

    SURPRISE, Ariz. -- The Rangers , light on left-handed relief, could add a pitcher to their Spring Training roster. They are still in discussions with free agent Phil Coke...

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  20. Angels Sign Lindstrom to Minor-League Deal

    The Angels announced today that they have signed right-handed reliever Matt Lindstrom to a minor league contract with an invitation to Major League Spring Training. The 35-year-old Lindstrom is represented by Greg Genske of the Legacy Agency...

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  21. Mariners' Battle for the Starting Shortstop Job

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  22. Jeff Luhnow, A.J. Hinch Riding a Wave of Enthusiasm

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  23. Are the Angels Interested in Chris Young?

    It's that time of year; pitchers and catchers are about to report and GM's are rifling through the bargain bin looking for the final pieces to their rosters. The fine folks at MLBTR are speculating on the Angels interest in RHP Chris Young...

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  24. Grant: Clear Playoff Trend Emerges as Rangers Seek Injury-Free Spring

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  25. Barry Zito to Sign a Minor-League Deal with Oakland A's

    Barry Zito, who spent the first seven years of his major-league career with the A's and won the Cy Young Award with the club in 2002, is returning to the team...

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