1. What Was Different for St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher Lance Lynn in 2014?

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  2. Baseball America's Top Ten St. Louis Cardinals Prospects Unveiled

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch beat writer Derrick Goold unveiled the St. Louis Cardinals Top Prospects list one day before it goes online at Baseball America's website...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 14 days ago 40 reads 0 comments

  3. Brewers Aim to Finish What They Started in 2014

    When the 2014 season was finally over, Brewers general manager Doug Melvin took the deepest of breaths and made about the most difficult decision anyone in his position could make...

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  4. Inbox: More Moves Coming for Brewers?

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  5. Aroldis Chapman Donated a Locker Room to a Volleyball Team

    There's nothing like having an updated home locker room, and a donation by Reds pitcher Aroldis Chapman ensured just that for Mount St. Joseph's men's volleyball team...

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  6. Reds Taking It Slow with Remaining Offseason Tasks

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  7. Reds Eager to Write a New Story in 2015

    Let's suppose the Cincinnati Reds have their main guys back on the field this season and that they get healthy, productive seasons from all of them...

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  8. Kang Takes Shot at Incumbent SS Mercer

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  9. Another Big Deal Could Accelerate Youth Movement for Cubs

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  10. Montero Eager to Reward Cubs Fans' Warm Embrace

    Miguel Montero has always enjoyed playing at Wrigley Field, and he found out just how supportive Cubs fans are when he was traded to the team in December...

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  11. Pirates Notebook: Charlie Morton Takes First Steps Back

    Charlie Morton threw off of a mound Tuesday for the first time since his hip surgery in September, the latest step in his rehabilitation...

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  12. Biggest Winners and Losers from Cincinnati Reds Offseason

    As we move closer to pitchers and catchers reporting, it's time to revisit what's been kind of an awkward Cincinnati Reds offseason...

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  13. Chicago Cubs' Top 10 Prospects for 2015

    The Chicago Cubs graduated former top prospects Javier Baez and Arismendy Alcantara to the major leagues last season, but the organization still houses one of the best collections of young hitters in the game...

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  14. Jon Jay Cleared for Baseball Activities

    Cardinals center fielder Jon Jay spent a few days in St. Louis this week to have his surgically repaired wrist examined and the green light given to workouts that, he said, will make sure he's available when spring training starts next month...

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  15. Reds Have 19 Non-Roster Invites to Camp

    The Reds announced they would have 19 non-roster invites at big league camp in Spring Training when camp opens on Feb. 18 in Goodyear.....

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  16. OF Production Key for Reds' 2015

    Most may believe one reason the Reds ' struggles in 2014 was related to the fact left field was pretty much an empty vessel. With no regular established at the position, left field was viewed as the big wasteland...

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  17. Can Cozart Hit Enough to Be Everyday Shortstop?

    CINCINNATI -- For the past three seasons, Zack Cozart has been secure as the Reds ' everyday shortstop. The club always backed him through streaks and slumps at the plate while he usually provided consistent defensive excellence...

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  18. Starlin Castro, Welington Castillo Among Cubs' Concerns

    With the additions of marquee left-hander Jon Lester and colorful manager Joe Maddon, this weekend's Cubs Convention will provide a more festive atmosphere for Cubs fans than last January, ...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 15 days ago 308 reads 0 comments

  19. Franchise Bests/worsts: Chicago Cubs

    Over the course of the next month, we'll venture through the history of each of the 30 Major League Baseball franchises, discussing some of the best and worst moments, players, teams, etc...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 15 days ago 47 reads 0 comments

  20. Cubs Broadcaster Pat Hughes Named Illinois Sportscaster of the Year

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  21. Would the Cardinals Entertain the Thought of Bringing Back Colby Rasmus?

    Perhaps the better question is: Would Colby Rasmus would consider coming back to the Cardinals ? I think both sides have good reasons to let bygones be bygones...

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  22. How Young Cards Fared This Winter

    ST. LOUIS • Some went to work on a new position. Some went to reclaim innings or at-bats lost to injury this past summer. Some went to play at home, some went to play abroad, and some went just where they knew they would get a chance to play at all...

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  23. St. Louis Cardinals' Top 10 Prospects for 2015

    The once-stocked Cardinals system isn ’t as strong as previous years, though that was to be expected after the team graduated Kolten Wong and Carlos Martinez to the major ...

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  24. Pirates' Voluntary Minicamp Opens Up Without Alvarez

    BRADENTON, Fla. — Pedro Alvarez was not at Pirate City on Monday morning for the start of four days of voluntary workout sessions...

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  25. Lynn Could Potentially Get Record Payday

    ST. LOUIS -- While arbitration hearings won't be scheduled until next month, there is likely to be a wave of agreements this week as unsigned players and their teams file desired salary ...

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