1. Brandon Cumpton to Visit Dr. James Andrews

    As noted by Pirates Prospects, Pirates' right-hander Brandon Cumpton will be visiting Dr. Andrews next week after experiencing pain in his elbow while pitching batting practice...

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  2. Bigger Issue for Yanks: A-Rod or Finding a Closer?

    If you didn't know better, you might think there is only one player in Yankee camp this spring. Well, I am here to tell you that's just not the case...

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  3. Report: Cumpton (Elbow Discomfort) to Visit Dr. Andrews

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  4. With Derek Jeter Gone, Yankees' Boom-or-Bust Roster Could Face Turbulence

    TAMPA, Fla. — Routinely in the early days this spring, the Yankees haven't started workouts until late morning. Nobody begins their workdays this late in the spring, ever...

    Scott Miller Written by Scott Miller about 2 days ago 107,292 reads 130 comments

  5. Didi Gregorius Ready for Challenge of Reaching Potential, Taking on N.Y.

    After Derek Jeter ’s retirement, one of the biggest questions heading into Major League Baseball’s offseason was how the New York Yankees would replace The Captain at shortstop...

    Mike Rosenbaum Written by Mike Rosenbaum about 2 days ago 4,157 reads 4 comments

  6. Yoan Moncada's Record-Setting Bonus Shows System Inequities MLB Must Address

    The deterrents are not working. They hardly make anyone think twice about being penalized. The possibility of signing a superstar easily trumps the tax and draft-pick penalties to sign elite foreign talent...

    Anthony Witrado Written by Anthony Witrado about 2 days ago 14,069 reads 23 comments

  7. MLB Trade Ideas Based on Latest News, Rumors and Speculation

    With the Cactus and Grapefruit Leagues set to get underway, is there a better time for us to play general manager, formulating deals based on the latest chatter from the rumor mill? I don't think so...

    Rick Weiner Written by Rick Weiner about 2 days ago 18,617 reads 11 comments

  8. Ex-Met, Oriole McKnight Dies of Leukemia at 52

    BEE BRANCH, Ark. -- Jeff McKnight, a versatile player who spent six seasons with the New York Mets and Baltimore Orioles, has died. He was 52.....

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  9. MLB Position-by-Position Player Power Rankings, Preseason Edition

    Last season, I wrote a series of articles breaking down my position-by-position power rankings as the season progressed...

    Joel Reuter Written by Joel Reuter about 2 days ago 31,298 reads 247 comments

  10. Yanks Roll out 'Iron Mike' Pitching Machine

    TAMPA, Fla. — The Yankees , who this season will be counting on a starting rotation that appears to be held together by duct tape and baling wire, on Monday employed a pitcher ...

    Eric Drobny Written by Eric Drobny about 2 days ago 285 reads 0 comments

  11. Baltimore Orioles Players Who Are in Serious Danger of Being Cut or Demoted

    It's an exciting time for baseball fans. Spring training games around MLB have begun, as fans now have the privilege of witnessing somewhat meaningful baseball for the first time since the World Series...

    Alex Snyder Written by Alex Snyder about 2 days ago 6,866 reads 0 comments

  12. D-Backs to Wear Patch in Memory of Kayla Mueller

    According to the Associated Press, the Diamondbacks will wear a patch in spring training games tomorrow through Sunday in memory of Kayla Mueller, an Arizona woman who died at the age of 26 last month while in captivity in Syria...

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  13. Nationals Sign Tony Gwynn Jr. to MiLB Deal

    The Nationals have signed outfielder Tony Gwynn Jr. to a minor league pact, the club announced. The deal includes a big league spring invite.....

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  14. Vintage Justin Verlander Is Vital for Tigers to Continue AL Central Dominance

    There weren't many reasons to be optimistic about Justin Verlander in 2014. He spent the season producing like a below-average pitcher and all too often looked the part...

    Zachary D. Rymer Written by Zachary D. Rymer about 2 days ago 5,287 reads 18 comments

  15. Projecting Cincinnati Reds' Final 25-Man Roster at the Start of Spring Games

    As spring training games are about to begin, Cincinnati Reds fans are curious as to what the team's Opening Day roster will look like. Fans can probably guess the majority of the roster...

    Kyle Newport Written by Kyle Newport about 2 days ago 4,397 reads 5 comments

  16. Williams: Zim 'Catches Everything' at 1B

    VIERA, Fla. — It has become a daily routine, Ryan Zimmerman getting extra, personalized work at first base...

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  17. Semien Studies Up in Bid to Become A's Shortstop

    MESA, Ariz. – The thought of Bay Area native Marcus Semien playing shortstop for the A's on Opening Night at the Coliseum makes for great theatre.....

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  18. Toronto Blue Jays Spring Training Outlook: Steve Delabar

    Toronto Blue Jays right-hander Steve Delabar is heading into spring training looking to bounce back from what was a difficult season last year...

    Mohammad Arshad Written by Mohammad Arshad about 2 days ago 3,341 reads 5 comments

  19. Corey Hart Suffers Weird Hot Tub Injury

    After fracturing his shoulder getting out of a swimming pool, Ronald Belisario was the leader in the clubhouse for the weirdest offseason/spring injury in Major League Baseball in 2015...

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  20. Why Tanaka Isn't Worried About Health of Elbow

    TAMPA, Fla. – Generally speaking, it bodes poorly when a team's success going into a season depends upon contingencies. And yet here stand the New York Yankees , who have a bunch of ifs to show for their $215 million...

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  21. GM Moore: Royals Are 'More Complete Now'

    SURPRISE, Ariz. — Dayton Moore knows perfectly well how rare it was for a team as starved for power as the Kansas City Royals were last season to make the playoffs, let alone the World Series...

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  22. Wrigley Field Bleachers 'A Bit Behind Schedule'

    CHICAGO -- Phase One of the Wrigley Field 1060 Project remains relatively on target despite a cold winter, Cubs officials said Monday afternoon during a media tour of the construction zone...

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  23. Watch: Bartolo Colon Takes Batting Practice

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  24. Hurdle on Pirates' Evolving Culture

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  25. Tulowitzki, Gonzalez Start Running Bases in Rehab

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Troy Tulowitzki and Carlos Gonzalez took big steps in their injury rehabilitations Monday, running the bases for the first time this spring.....

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