1. Cardinals Agree to Three-Year Deal with Lance Lynn

    The Cardinals have reached a three-year deal with righty Lance Lynn, Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com reports on Twitter. That would buy out his remaining three arbitration-eligible seasons, though it is not yet clear whether St...

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  2. Cubs, Felix Doubront Avoid Arbitration for $1.925million

    Left-hander Felix Doubront and the Cubs have avoided arbitration, with Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com reporting that they agreed to a one-year, $1.95 million deal...

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  3. Pittsburgh Pirates' Top 10 Prospects for 2015

    The Pittsburgh Pirates system took a hit last year with Jameson Taillon ’s Tommy John surgery, but fellow right-handers Tyler Glasnow and Nick Kingham picked up the slack ...

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  4. Milwaukee Brewers' Top 10 Prospects for 2015

    The Milwaukee Brewers’ system has been on a steep decline since the team drafted college pitchers Taylor Jungmann and Jed Bradley with the Nos. 12 and 15 picks, respectively, in 2011...

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  5. Carpenter, Adams Rocks for Cards at the Corners

    A year after moving Matt Carpenter to third base and offering Matt Adams his first chance as an everyday Major League player, the Cardinals prepare to enter 2015 with the two returning as lineup linchpins and corner-infield anchors...

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  6. Cubs Finally See Action After Talking Such a Good Game

    At this time last year, the Chicago Sun-Times anchored its Cubs Convention coverage with the “OWN AND GROAN” back page, calling the Ricketts family the worst group to lead the team in franchise history...

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  7. Brewers Feel Time Right for 'Timeless Tickets'

    Imagine if you could buy a ticket now that would entitle you to use it for any single game in your favorite team's future...

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  8. Kang Gets Big Sendoff, Packs High Expectations

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- The next big thing in America is already huge in South Korea. Jung-ho Kang, packing his hopes and his nation's obvious pride, received a frenzied sendoff Wednesday morning (Tuesday evening our time) as he departed for Pittsburgh ...

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  9. Cubs Convention: What You Might Hear

    CHICAGO -- The 30th annual Cubs Convention is this weekend at the Chicago Sheraton & Towers. Hopes are high for 2015 and optimism is never greater than at the fan convention...

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  10. Years Later, Jon Lester and Anthony Rizzo Become Building Blocks for Cubs

    So Sporting News picked the Cubs to win the World Series this year, which just might be the perfect Internet story when it feels like 30 degrees below zero in Chicago...

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  11. Why It Makes Sense for the St. Louis Cardinals to Add an Ace Pitcher

    Yes, the Cubs will be better in 2015, but that's not why the Cardinals are interested in adding an ace to their rotation...

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  12. Bill Schroeder Named to Miller Park's Wall of Honor

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

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  14. 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 18 days ago 41 reads 0 comments

  15. 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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  16. Inbox: More Moves Coming for Brewers?

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  17. 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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  18. Reds Taking It Slow with Remaining Offseason Tasks

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  19. 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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  20. Kang Takes Shot at Incumbent SS Mercer

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  21. Another Big Deal Could Accelerate Youth Movement for Cubs

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  22. 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...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 18 days ago 61 reads 0 comments

  23. 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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  24. 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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  25. 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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