1. Cole Hamels Trade Doesn't Happen Without Carlos Martinez

    The St. Louis Cardinals have been rumored to be connected with the Philadelphia Phillies for left-handed pitcher Cole Hamels...

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  2. Garcia Ready to Resume Starting Role

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  3. Bernie: Mourning Taveras Offers Valuable Lesson : Sports

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  4. Maddon Time: It's Sink or Swim for the Cubs with the Unorthodox New Manager

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  5. Bernie: Venerable Cards Still Vulnerable

    Spring training is supposed to be a haven for optimists, populated by daydream believers and their visions of first place, a league championship and the World Series.....

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  6. Spring Training Preview: Brewers' Season of Redemption Begins

    Phoenix – No major-league team is more anxious to start spring training and turn the page from the 2014 season than the Milwaukee Brewers .....

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  7. 2/19 Cubs to wear No. 14 patches

    The Cubs will wear No. 14 caps for their Spring Training opener on March 5 and a commemorative patch on their home and road uniforms all season to honor Hall of Famer Ernie Banks, who passed away in January...

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  8. Cubs Announce Special Tributes to Ernie Banks

    Cubs announce they'll wear #14 patch on jerseys this yr to honor Ernie Banks and have pregame ceremonies at spring and reg. season openers...

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  9. Jaime Garcia: 1 of 10 St. Louis Cardinals to Watch During Spring Training

    ST. LOUIS — It will be “news” Friday when Jaime Garcia walks onto one of the pitching mounds at the St...

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  10. Cueto Wants to Stay, but It Will Cost Reds

    Reds starting pitcher Johnny Cueto figures while they're throwing around money like they do in baseball, why not asked for the moon - and the stars...

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  11. Filled with 'Pride,' Alvarez Upbeat About Shift to First Base

    BRADENTON, Fla. — The stress fracture in Pedro Alvarez's left foot has completely healed, Alvarez said today, and he is “very positive” about moving to first base...

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  12. Pedro Alvarez Beats Pirates in Arbitration Case

    Pedro Alvarez has defeated the Pirates in his arbitration case and will make $5.75 million next season as a result, Colin Dunlap tweets...

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  13. Alvarez Wins Arbitration Case Against Pirates

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  14. Camp Begins: Time to "Flip the Script"

    It was about a year ago at this time. Pitcher Jason Hammel had barely donned his new Chicago Cubs uniform when the questions started...

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  15. Anthony Rizzo Relishes Greater Expectations with Cubs

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  16. Hammel on Cubs Rotation: We're Going to Be Pretty Freaking Good

    Jason Hammel knew he was getting dealt at the trade deadline last season. But that didn't stop him from tossing some of the best innings of his career during his three-month stint with the Cubs ...

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  17. Spring Surprises, 2015 Edition

    We're really coming down to it now, folks. The final gasp of the offseason. Pitchers and Catchers Report Day, that most holiest of holidays, is tomorrow, and our beloved lads in cardinal ...

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  18. Can the Reds Sign Johnny Cueto?

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  19. Reds' Bryan Price Anxious to Put 2014 Behind Him, Team

    GOODYEAR, Ariz. — The 2015 Reds season is already off to a better start than 2014 — nobody had surgery on Wednesday, the day pitchers and catchers reported...

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  20. Judge Rules in Favor of Cubs on Wrigley Signs

    CHICAGO -- A federal judge has denied a request from rooftop clubs overlooking Chicago's Wrigley Field to temporarily halt installation of signs they say will block their view and violate a contract they have with the Cubs ...

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  21. Judge Rules Cubs Can Keep Building Wrigley Signs

    A federal judge ruled Thursday that the Chicago Cubs can continue with plans to install advertising signs at Wrigley Field that could block views from nearby rooftop businesses, rejecting ...

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  22. Ranking the 4 Most Underrated Cincinnati Reds Prospects Heading into 2015

    Spring training is finally here, and a new season is set to begin. So, to shake off the cobwebs that winter has been so gracious to bless us with (sigh), we're gonna talk Cincinnati Reds ' prospects...

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  23. Joe Maddon's Message to Cubs: 'Bring on the Expectations'

    This is Joe Maddon's smiling “Before” picture, promising to buy everyone a round at The Cubby Bear...

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  24. Ricketts' Commitment to Epstein Changed Everything for Cubs

    MESA, Ariz. -- Three years ago, when Curt Schilling offered his endorsement of Theo Epstein's potential impact on the Cubs , the words practically screamed off the page...

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  25. Goold: Hamels May 'Love' St. Louis, but Cards Really Like Carlos

    Throughout this winter as the Cardinals considered how to fill the opening in their starting rotation, their actions made one thing clear, over and over and over again...

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