1. Ned Yost Joins Olbermann

    Kansas City Royals manager Ned Yost joins Keith Olbermann to discuss his team's outlook heading into the 2015 season, and an app he developed in the offseason...

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  2. Royals Hope Rios Helps Outfield Defense Remain Baseball's Best

    Royals hope new addition Alex Rios helps outfield defense remain baseball's best BY ANDY MCCULLOUGHTHE KANSAS CITY STAR Royals hope new addition Alex Rios helps outfield defense ...

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  3. Royals Reach Deals on 2015 Contracts

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  4. In Orioles Camp, Ex-Navy Standout Oliver Drake Hopes to 'Open Some Eyes'

    Oliver Drake looked quite comfortable in the clubhouse of the Orioles ' Ed Smith Stadium spring training complex...

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  5. Norris Turns 30, Eyes First 200-Innings Season

    SARASOTA, Fla. -- When asked what number he'd most like to see on his baseball card a year from now, Bud Norris didn't hesitate.....

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  6. 21 Times 'The Sandlot' Inexplicably Summed Up Your Life

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  7. The Pirates Have New Matte Batting Helmets and They're Amazing

    I am sitting on my couch, with my TV on and there is actual baseball being played. Real, honest to goodness baseball. Sure, it may not count for much, but it's a game between two different teams and they're using actual baseball rules and stuff...

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  8. Grilli Brings Young Fan on Field for Game of Catch

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  9. Negron Contending for Cincinnati Reds Roster Spot

    GOODYEAR, Ariz. — Cincinnati Reds manager Bryan Price was going down the list of bench players that have made the team so far at spring training. It's a short one.....

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  10. Do Reds Have Enough Starting Pitching?

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  11. Indians' Home Opener Sells out Quickly

    GOODYEAR, Ariz. -- The sight of the snow-covered diamond at Progressive Field right now might make Opening Day feel extremely far away. The news that the Tribe's home opener sold out in swift fashion on Tuesday morning helped generate some warm thoughts..

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  12. Braves' Wood Moved by Teen Cancer Survivor's Story

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  13. Puig Ready for MVP Run: I Need to Set an Example

    PHOENIX – Aside from recognizing his obvious talent, the main impression Jimmy Rollins had of Yasiel Puig before this spring is he was an easy opponent to dislike...

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  14. Podcast: Addison Russell on future with Cubs

    ESPN Chicago's Jesse Rogers talks with the Cubs ' second-rated prospect, Addison Russell, about his trade to Chicago, being healthy and where he might play this spring and summer...

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  15. Time for Albert Almora to Use What He's Learned

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  16. Rahm Emanuel Not Warm to 24/7 Wrigley Construction

    Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Tuesday threw cold water on the Cubs ' proposal to work around the clock, seven days a week to speed up the behind-schedule bleachers reconstruction project...

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  17. Cubs Hope Jorge Soler Is Ready to Take off

    MESA, Ariz. – The Cubs believe Jorge Soler is ready to take off. Unless the ultra-talented Cuban outfielder gets grounded by more injury issues...

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  18. Welcome to the Show: Kang Goes Deep in 2nd AB

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  19. Alvarez's Three-Run Blast

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  20. Butler's Long-Shot Battle to Make the Nationals' Roster

    VIERA, Fla. — The Space Coast Stadium locker room is near its capacity this spring, each of more than 60 lockers of varying width packed with items of varying absurdity, such as cats that wave endlessly and statues of Yoda...

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  21. ESPN throws shade on Nats' jerseys, calling them among worst in MLB

    ESPN's Uni Watch department has released their power rankings for Major League Baseball, a preseason list looking at the best and worst jerseys around the sport.....

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  22. Derek Holland's Wild Kurkjian Impression

    Rangers pitcher Derek Holland attempted to impersonate Tim Kurkjian when answering questions about his own health...

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  23. Scherzer Sharp in First Session Facing Hitters

    VIERA, Fla. -- Nationals right-hander Max Scherzer threw his first live batting-practice session Sunday at the club's Spring Training complex, and he looked like he was in midseason form...

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  24. Williams Names Max Scherzer Starter for Nationals' Grapefruit League Opener

    The Washington Nationals announced on Twitter this morning that Max Scherzer will get the nod in the Grapefruit League opener on Thursday afternoon when the Nats take on the New York Mets ...

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  25. Mets Put Billy Bean into Uniform to Raise Awareness of Gay Players in Sport

    PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — In November, after Billy Bean addresses a room of 30 general managers, bringing a message of inclusion for gay players in baseball, Mets GM Sandy Alderson approached him...

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