1. Wacha, Jay Are on Track for April

    PORT ST. LUCIE, FLA. • Michael Wacha hadn't allowed a run since the game-ending, series-concluding homer by San Francisco 's Travis Ishikawa in last year's National League championship series...

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  2. Lester: Missed Start 'Nothing to Be Alarmed About'

    #Cubs Lester: "I don't think it's anything to be concerned about. There's no pain, there's no worry, there's no anything on anybody's part...

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  3. Clint Hurdle: Tony Sanchez Will Likely Be on Opening-Day Roster

    BRADENTON, Fla. — The plan since November was to have Francisco Cervelli and Chris Stewart split catching duties this season, and if all went perfectly perhaps they'd come somewhere ...

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  4. Votto homers early; Reds rally late vs. Giants

    Former Giants farmhand Chris Dominguez slugged a two-run double to highlight the Reds ' five-run ninth inning that pushed them past San Francisco, 6-5, on Friday night.....

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  5. Pittsburgh Pirates: Young Aces and Athletic Nucleus Give Buccos Huge Potential

    After going two decades without making the playoffs, the Pittsburgh Pirates have cracked the postseason in each of the past two seasons...

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  6. Cubs put on power display with 4 HRs in win over White Sox

    GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Arismendy Alcantara's two-run homer in the seventh inning, one of four long balls hit by the Cubs , snapped a tie ballgame and sent the North Siders to a 10-7 victory over the White Sox on Friday at Camelback Ranch...

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  7. Cervelli's Two Blasts Back Solid Cole, Carry Pirates

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  8. Complete Chicago Cubs 2015 Season Preview

    There is an overwhelming hope that the 2015 Chicago Cubs will be a competitive group. That hope comes from the fact the team made several savvy offseason moves and its prospects are finally ready to make an impact at the big league level...

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  9. Finding Rhythm, Braun Hits Go-Ahead Homer vs. D-Backs

    A day after logging his first spring hit, Ryan Braun hit his first home run in Friday's 5-3 Cactus League win over the D-backs at Maryvale Baseball Park.....

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  10. Moore homers among three hits, but Cards fall short

    Mets right fielder Curtis Granderson and Cardinals designated hitter Scott Moore each had three hits Friday, but it was Michael Cuddyer's fourth home run of the spring that lifted ...

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  11. Miguel Montero Brings Outspoken Voice to Cubs Clubhouse

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- So what exactly are the Chicago Cubs getting in new catcher Miguel Montero? First impressions are of an intense player who is passionate about winning and isn't afraid to speak his mind...

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  12. Mark Grace: 'The Cubs Are Coming'

    MESA, Ariz. -- Count former Chicago Cubs all-star Mark Grace among those who think his former team will have a winning run in them once they get a little more experience.....

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  13. Levine: Big Offseason Moves Spice Up Cubs-White Sox Rivalry

    GLENDALE, Ariz. (CBS) — As the two Chicago baseball teams gear up for the regular season, the initial look at this year's crosstown rivalry begins this afternoon when the White Sox host the Cubs in Glendale...

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  14. Castro Trying to Help Baez Gain Confidence

    MESA, Ariz. -- Starlin Castro sees Javier Baez struggling at the plate, so he is trying to help the young infielder get on track so he'll break with the Cubs for the regular season...

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  15. Cardinals' Bullpen Is Taking Shape : Sports

    JUPITER, Fla. • There are several givens about the Cardinals ' bullpen that will be seated, no doubt shivering, along the first-base box seats in Wrigley Field on April 5.....

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  16. Bernie: Buzz About Garcia Is Growing : Sports

    JUPITER, Fla. • The Jaime Garcia comeback tour is gaining Big Mo … as in momentum. And as in Mozeliak.....

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  17. Bernie: Let Carpenter Be Carpenter : Sports

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  18. Reds' Johnny Cueto Leaves Camp, Won't Miss Opening Day

    Reds ' Opening Day starter Johnny Cueto has returned to the Dominican Republic to attend a personal matter, but his absence is not expected to affect his Opening Day start, manager Bryan Price said on Friday...

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  19. Lester (Dead Arm) Scratched for Saturday's Start

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  20. Tony Sanchez: Pittsburgh Pirates Biggest Feel-Good Story This Spring

    Pittsburgh Pirates catcher Tony Sanchez has shown glimpses of stellar play at times with his bat over the last two seasons as one of the Pirates' backups. At other times, he has looked completely lost...

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  21. Final Predictions for Cincinnati Reds' Key Spring Position Battles

    The few position battles that were happening within the Reds spring training camp are just about over. When last we visited this topic , the only true battles happening were for ...

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  22. Braun breaks out of spring slump with first hit

    PHOENIX -- Joe Panik and Brandon Belt homered for the Giants , and Ryan Braun snapped a spring slump for the Brewers in San Francisco's 3-2 victory Thursday at sold-out Maryvale Baseball Park...

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  23. Liz Feels Good After Start Against His Former Team

    Adam Jones hit his first home run of the spring and Henry Urrutia's first-pitch homer in the eighth inning was just enough to give Baltimore a 6-4 win over the Pirates on Thursday afternoon at Ed Smith Stadium...

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  24. Matheny Wants Heyward's Power to Fill Two-Hole

    While manager Mike Matheny's static spring lineups have eliminated any suspense as to where he'll fit right fielder Jason Heyward into the Opening Day batting order, there are still unknowns about the sort of production Heyward will provide from that No..

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  25. Garcia's Pitch Count Is High, but so Is His Strikeout Total

    Thursday's start against the New York Mets may not have been the most efficient by Cardinals lefthander Jaime Garcia, who threw 72 pitches in just four innings...

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