1. 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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  2. Blue Jays Using Pitching Depth to Their Advantage

    Every year, pitchers get injured. Every year, some pitchers have disappointing seasons. Every year, some pitchers come out of nowhere. What's the way to make the best of that situation? Have a lot of options...

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  3. Indians Catchers Were Among the Best in the American League in 2014

    The platitudes for Yan Gomes have been plentiful at LGT this offseason, and with good reason. But since Terry Francona is not Ned Yost, Gomes could not catch every game...

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  4. Tigers' Davis Fully Recovered from Groin Strain

    Detroit Tigers outfielder Rajai Davis is doing his due diligence to try to prevent the groin injury that hampered him during the end of last season from side-lining him again in 2015...

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  5. Red Sox Sign Former All-Star Bryan LaHair

    Bryan LaHair, best known for making the All-Star team in 2012 as a 29-year-old career minor leaguer, has signed a minor-league deal with the Red Sox ...

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  6. Handicapping Chicago Cubs' Hotly Contested Spring Training Position Battles

    The Chicago Cubs enter the 2015 season with high hopes. They have more stability than they've had in several years, and some of their bright young stars are finally starting to fall into place...

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  7. Vazquez in His Comfort Zone Behind Plate

    BOSTON -- Between Boston and Triple-A Pawtucket, the Red Sox 's Christian Vazquez played in 121 games last season, 106 of them behind the plate. That's a full load for any catcher, and more games than he'd ever played in a single season...

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  8. Daniel Nava Reflects on Becoming a Millionaire

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  9. Should the Yankees Make Adam Warren a Starter?

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  10. Who Should Be the New York Yankees Closer?

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  11. Report: Athletics, Orioles, Indians Interested in Nolan Reimold

    As rosters continue to be filled out in preparation for spring training, a trio of teams find themselves interested in outfielder Nolan Reimold...

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  12. Shorter Games and More Offense? It's Possible

    New commissioner Rob Manfred is clearly not afraid of change. In his first 24 hours on the job, he postulated about a future of the sport that included pitch clocks but excluded defensive shifts, among other tweaks...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 2 days ago 3 reads 0 comments

  13. Why the Atlanta Braves Were Right to Tear Down Once-Promising Roster

    This offseason has been surprising—and perhaps somewhat painful—for the Atlanta Braves , who, as part of a somewhat unexpected rebuilding effort spearheaded by a new ...

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  14. Inside the Mind and Numbers of Blue Jays Pitcher Chad Jenkins

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  15. Projecting Every MLB Team's Starting Lineup 2 Weeks from Spring Training

    Pitching may win championships, but having a high-powered offense to back that pitching goes an awful long way as well...

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  16. Marlins Were Close to Trading for Wade Miley

    According to ESPN's Buster Olney, a Miley/Nathan Eovaldi swap was close to getting done. Plus links on Ichiro Suzuki and Arquimedes Caminero...

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  17. Should the Tigers Bring Back Joba Chamberlain?

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  18. MLB's 10 Hottest Offseason Rumors Entering February

    Soon enough, after pitchers and catchers report and spring training commences, MLB 's 2015 Opening Day will arrive. Before that day comes, several loose ends remain untied...

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  19. Dark Horses Who Could Win MLB's Hottest Upcoming Spring Position Battles

    Major League Baseball’s offseason is winding down, and before we know it pitchers and catchers will start reporting for spring training...

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  20. Mets Players on the Hot Seat as Spring Training Approaches

    Every year when spring training comes around, it's the time when some players get excited about the possibility of making a major league roster for either the first time ever or the first time as part of the Opening Day roster...

    Shale Briskin Written by Shale Briskin about 2 days ago 6,221 reads 11 comments

  21. Projecting the San Francisco Giants' 2015 Opening Day Roster

    It seems like just yesterday that the San Francisco Giants were defeating the Kansas City Royals in the seventh game of the World Series. That victory gave the Giants their third world championship in five years...

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  22. Projecting the Boston Red Sox 2015 Opening Day Roster

    Manager John Farrell's Opening Day lineup will feature some notable differences with the Red Sox beginning the 2015 campaign against the Philadelphia Phillies ...

    Zach Moretti Written by Zach Moretti about 2 days ago 9,409 reads 30 comments

  23. Being an MLB "Super-Team" Doesn't Guarantee Anything Come October

    Come fall, the juggernauts and superstars hardly matter. Load the dugout, stack the roster, spend the money. Do it all, and it probably won’t matter once the leaves change from green to gold...

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  24. Phillies Sign Chad Billingsley to One-Year, $1.5 Million Deal

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  25. Updating the Hottest Questions of the 2014-2015 MLB Offseason, Week 13

    Once we get this little football game out of the way this weekend, the MLB season will be right around the corner. While we all anxiously await spring training, let's take a moment to discuss some of the hottest remaining questions this offseason...

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