1. Votto, Cueto Biggest Questions for Reds

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Spring training starts next month, but already everyone was thinking about Cincinnati Reds baseball at Louisville Slugger Field...

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  2. Reds Only Team Never to Have Japanese Player

    As soon as Ichiro Suzuki plays a game for the Marlins — and he reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with Miami on Friday — the Reds will be the only team in Major League Baseball to have never had a Japanese player play for it...

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  3. Sox Hope to Steal Knowledge from Coleman

    CHICAGO -- With speed already on hand, and more headed toward the major league roster, the Chicago White Sox hired a new coach to harness much of that base-stealing potential...

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  4. Rowand: More Success Coming for Eaton

    CHICAGO -- It was easy for former Chicago White Sox center fielder Aaron Rowand to find his new favorite player. It was the guy running around in his old stomping ground...

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  5. White Sox Will Wait on Deciding Rodon's Immediate Future

    Carlos Rodon will begin spring training as a starter, but the White Sox are far from settled on the left-hander's 2015 role...

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  6. Pedroia's Message to Red Sox: 'I'm Back...You'll See'

    After three seasons in which he was limited by a variety of injuries, Dustin Pedroia has a message for the Red Sox as spring training draws closer...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 3 days ago 97 reads 0 comments

  7. Porcello: No Rush to Talk Long-Term Deal with Red Sox

    Rick Porcello is eligible for free agency after the 2015 season and it would seem that it would be wise for the Red Sox to at least explore contract extension talks with the pitcher...

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  8. Motivated Victorino 'Is a Very Good Thing' for Red Sox

    Hanley Ramirez is in left field. Rusney Castillo and Mookie Betts could battle for playing time in center, with the other playing right...

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  9. Deja Vu: Red Sox' Mindset Reminds Farrell of 2013

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  10. Henry Open to Bolstering Red Sox with in-Season Moves

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  11. Cherington: Content with Rotation, No Plans to Add Ace

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  12. After Strong Second Half, Will Lough Earn Bigger Role in 2015?

    When he hears that the Orioles are looking for a left-handed-hitting outfielder, I wonder if David Lough ever says to himself, "Hey, I'm a left-handed-hitting outfielder. Give me a chance...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 4 days ago 30 reads 0 comments

  13. A Look at Potential O's Trade Target Jeff Hoffman

    There are a lot of ifs at work here. But if the Orioles acquired pitcher Jeff Hoffman from Toronto , and if we then re-ranked the list of the Orioles' top prospects, then Hoffman might rank behind only one player...

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  14. Orioles Will Remain in Good Hands

    What I am about to write is in no way intended to diminish Dan Duquette's impact on the Orioles since they hired him in November 2011 as executive vice president of baseball operations...

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  15. Mailbag: Who Will O's Add to Their Outfield?

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  16. Twinsights: Brian Duensing Avoids Arbitration, Agrees at $2.7 Million

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  17. S. Simmons Ready After Shedding Shoulder Issues

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  18. Seitzer Encouraged by Workouts with Upton

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  19. Tomas Impressing D-Backs in Third-Base Workouts

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  20. Report: Twins, Duensing Agree to $2.7M Deal

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  21. PHOTO: Ernie Banks' 1953 Scouting Report

    Before Chicago Cubs legend Ernie Banks smacked 512 career home runs, earned 14 All-Star selections and won back-to-back MVPs, he was a 22-year-old Negro League shortstop looking for a job in the majors...

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  22. Why Trading Yunel Escobar Was the Oakland Athletics' Best Move of the Offseason

    Oakland Athletics general manager Billy Beane has had the busiest offseason of any GM, making nine trades involving 27 players in total...

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  23. Twins' Milone Had Tumor Removed from Neck

    Minnesota Twins pitcher Tommy Milone said he's already throwing after doctors removed a benign tumor from his neck last month...

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  24. San Francisco Giants' Top 10 Prospects for 2015

    While the San Francisco Giants ’ system is top-heavy with pitching prospects, many of the organization’s top young arms profile as either back-end-starter types or guys who might not throw enough strikes to even stick in the rotation...

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  25. Dombrowski Rules out Tigers as 'Mystery Team' in Scherzer Sweepstakes

    DETROIT -- Tigers general manager Dave Dombrowski isn't certain if there actually was another "mystery team" involved late in the Max Scherzer sweepstakes. But if a second team really was involved, it certainly wasn't the Detroit Tigers ...

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