1. Bartolo Colon Closing in on Exclusive Strikeout Club

    The Atlanta Braves signed 43-year-old Bartolo Colon to a one-year, $12.5 million contract in the offseason, essentially guaranteeing his stay in the majors for at least a 20th season...

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  2. 1st Openly Gay MLB Player David Denson Retires at Age 22

    Minor league first baseman David Denson announced he has retired from professional baseball, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 's Tom Haudricourt reported. Denson was the first openly gay baseball player in an MLB -affiliated league...

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  3. Barry Bonds Joins Giants Front Office as Special Adviser to CEO

    The San Francisco Giants announced Tuesday that legendary outfielder Barry Bonds joined the organization in an advisory role...

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  4. Mets Minor Leaguer Pays Price for Parking in Jacob deGrom's Spot

    New York Mets minor leaguer Kevin Kaczmarski made the mistake of parking in a spot reserved for star pitcher Jacob deGrom ...

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  5. Tim Anderson, White Sox Agree on 6-Year Contract Extension

    The Chicago White Sox and shortstop Tim Anderson came to terms on a six-year, $25 million contract extension Tuesday, the team announced ...

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  6. Healthy Greg Bird Can Become All-Star Force for Yankees in 2017

    The day Greg Bird hit his first two spring training home runs for the New York Yankees , he told reporters that this spring "just feels like baseball." "It's awesome," Bird said, according to Dan Martin of the New York Post ...

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  7. Netherlands vs. Puerto Rico: Score and Reaction from World Baseball Classic 2017

    It took 11 dramatic innings, but Puerto Rico earned a spot in the World Baseball Classic championship game Monday with a 4-3 victory over the Netherlands in the semifinals at Dodger Stadium...

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  8. Tim Tebow's New Minor League Baseball Team Courted Him Via Twitter 7 Months Ago

    The Columbia Fireflies' dreams became reality seven months after they set their sights on Tim Tebow . Shortly after Tebow made the announcement that he was transitioning from football ...

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  9. Tim Tebow to Be Assigned to Low-A Columbia by Mets

    The New York Mets are sending aspiring baseball player Tim Tebow to their low Class-A affiliate, the Columbia Fireflies, this season, according to Marc Carig of Newsday ...

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  10. Didi Gregorius Suffers Shoulder Injury, Pulls out of 2017 World Baseball Classic

    New York Yankees shortstop Didi Gregorius suffered a shoulder injury and has been removed from the Netherlands roster for the remainder of the World Baseball Classic , according to Bryan Hoch of MLB ...

    Timothy Rapp Written by Timothy Rapp about 7 days ago 13,840 reads 0 comments

  11. Every MLB Team's Biggest Spring Training Revelation

    Spring training is a chance for players on the fringe of an MLB roster to make a good impression and play their way into a team's Opening Day plans...

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  12. Shoes, Roommates and Tattoos: The Birth of the Cubs' Championship Family

    MESA, Ariz. — Over boxes stacked like skyscrapers and through tightening bonds that would lead to roommate arrangements, you could see the seeds beginning to sprout toward an eventual path to glory...

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  13. Philadelphia Phillies Manager Pete Mackanin Fines Each Player $1 for Miscues

    Philadelphia Phillies manager Pete Mackanin hates it when his players make mistakes, and he makes sure that each player on the roster pays for it. Literally. They pay for it ...

    David  McCracken Written by David McCracken about 8 days ago 5,819 reads 0 comments

  14. World Baseball Classic 2017: Scores and Reaction from Saturday Results

    Saturday marked the final day of second-round action at the 2017 World Baseball Classic , headlined by the United States-Dominican Republic game that sent the U.S. to Los Angeles for the championship round...

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  15. MLB Power Rankings: Where All 30 Teams Stand, 2017 Mid-Spring Training Edition

    Months have turned to weeks, baseball fans. There's a light at the end of the tunnel, as we're now just a few short weeks removed from Opening Day...

    Joel Reuter Written by Joel Reuter about 10 days ago 112,298 reads 0 comments

  16. Bryce Harper's Spring Power Surge Could Signal 2017 MLB Rebound

    Early spring training stats mean little, and early spring proclamations of improved health can sometimes mean even less...

    Danny Knobler Written by Danny Knobler about 10 days ago 10,405 reads 0 comments

  17. San Francisco Giants: The 5 Most Disappointing Players in Spring Training So Far

    There's no point panicking about the losing record the San Francisco Giants have this spring. It's spring training —t hey'll be fine. Provided, of course, that some of the key players complicit in the club's poor spring turn things around...

    Zachary D. Rymer Written by Zachary D. Rymer about 10 days ago 16,897 reads 0 comments

  18. Former Big-Name Prospects Making Waves in 2017 Spring Training

    Established veterans shaking off the rust and heralded prospects trying to make an impression alongside big league talent—that's generally the storyline during spring training...

    Joel Reuter Written by Joel Reuter about 10 days ago 59,372 reads 0 comments

  19. Los Angeles Dodgers: The 5 Most Disappointing Players in Spring Training so Far

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have looked like what they are this spring: a deep, talented team capable of winning a fifth straight division title and competing for the franchise's first championship since 1988...

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  20. Jose Fernandez Was Piloting Boat at Time of Fatal Crash, Per Investigators

    A Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission investigation into the fatal boat crash involving Miami Marlins star Jose Fernandez and two friends concluded the MLB starting pitcher was piloting the boat at the time of the accident...

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  21. New York Mets: The 5 Most Disappointing Players in Spring Training So Far

    So far, there are mostly positives to take away from New York Mets camp. From Yoenis Cespedes to Curtis Granderson to Lucas Duda to Neil Walker to Asdrubal Cabrera to Travis d'Arnaud and Michael Conforto, their big bats are producing...

    Zachary D. Rymer Written by Zachary D. Rymer about 11 days ago 13,124 reads 0 comments

  22. Clayton Kershaw Proves Even the Best Pitcher in the World Can Be Underrated

    It took four Cactus League starts for Clayton Kershaw 's ERA to rise above 0.00. On Sunday, the Los Angeles Dodgers left-hander surrendered his first run of the spring, a solo homer off the bat of Kansas City Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas...

    Jacob Shafer Written by Jacob Shafer about 12 days ago 16,796 reads 0 comments

  23. Chicago Cubs: The 5 Most Disappointing Players in Spring Training so Far

    The Chicago Cubs are the MLB champions and boast a galaxy of budding stars, but even they aren't immune to underwhelming spring performances...

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  24. Jose Fernandez's Mother, Girlfriend to Share Control of Pitcher's Estate

    A Miami judge ruled on Wednesday that the estate of deceased Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez would be split between his mother and his girlfriend, Maria Arias, according to TMZ Sports ...

    Timothy Rapp Written by Timothy Rapp about 12 days ago 4,278 reads 0 comments

  25. The 107 MPH Man: Michael Kopech's Quest to Be the Hardest Thrower of All Time

    TYLER, Texas — To the classic Bull Durham scene in which we learn candlesticks make nice wedding gifts, add this: Trailer hitches make awesome Christmas presents. It's true...

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